In this blog post at Cooper Lighting Solution’s website, Soroush Amidi, Director, Product Management walks you through the cybersecurity standards affecting implementation of intelligent lighting controls and smart buildings.
This month, we explore a robust lighting controls installation at the Ford Foundation in New York City.
Leviton recently announced the expanded VerifEye™ Building Manager Online (BMO) web-based energy information software for submetering applications. The BMO platform is well suited for submetering applications in multi dwelling units (MDUs), commercial offices, multi-facility operations, education campuses, industrial/manufacturing plants, and more.
At 1:00 PM ET on Tuesday, August 10, 2021, Acuity Brands will present a one-hour webinar, “The Value of Embedded Lighting Controls.”
To ensure a superb lighting control experience, Lutron Electronics recently announced additions to its service and support offering.
Lighting control design continues to evolve toward smaller control zones for flexibility, energy savings, and responsiveness. This is the topic of the most recent controls column that Charles Knuffke, Systems Vice President and Evangelist for Wattstopper and Chair of the Lighting Controls Association, contributed to LD+A Magazine.
Cooper Lighting Solutions, a business unit of Signify, recently announced the addition of a new 1200W Low-Voltage Power Module to its WaveLinx Wireless system. With the introduction of the module, WaveLinx now features a hybrid solution that combines the benefits of both wireless connected lighting technology with a class 2 low-voltage microgrid.
Leviton recently announced a new partnership with the electrical training ALLIANCE (etA), the nation’s largest electrical training organization. The five-year agreement will bring funding, training kits, instruction, and technical expertise through traditional and digital training curriculum platforms.
MaxLite recently introduced the next generation of FlatMax LED Flat Panels with field-selectable CCTs, wattages and field-installable controls as a flexible and future ready lighting solution for offices, schools, health care facilities, and other commercial spaces.
In an article recently published by NEMA, Martin Mercier, Strategic Marketing Manager, Cooper Lighting Solutions talks about the ways in which lighting can contribute to the smart city. Lighting provides infrastructure for data collection, he notes. Standardization and an open ecosystem for partnerships will be key to realizing this opportunity.