This month, we explore a detailed lighting control solution installed at IMEG Corp.’s new offices in Chicago.
This month, we explore an intensely detailed control application at the new FUSE building in St. Petersburg, FL, which earned a 2021 Sapphire Design Excellence in Networked Lighting Control Award for Automation.
This month, we explore a highly energy-saving application of networked lighting controls at the Ontario Association of Architects Headquarters, which earned a 2021 Design Excellence in Networked Lighting Control Award for Energy Management. Lighting control design by Gottesman Associates. Lighting control system by Lutron Electronics.
The real challenge for Carbon Lighthouse was to identify a solution that could interface successfully with the wide range of protocols commonly employed by the BMS, and transfer the high volume of detailed information generated, in real-time, to Carbon Lighthouse’s proprietary, patented, cloud-based software platform, CLUES. Any new approach would need to be more economical and efficient.
This month, we explore a large-scale application of Bluetooth Mesh lighting control at a Class A office building in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, which earned a Design Excellence in Networked Lighting Control Award for LLLC, sponsored by the Lighting Controls Association.
This month, we explore a highly integrated lighting controls installation at the United Technologies Center for Intelligent Buildings, a LEED Platinum Certified project in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
This month, we explore a flexible lighting controls installation at a versatile conference room in Los Altos, CA.
This month, we explore a robust lighting controls installation at the Ford Foundation in New York City.
With 17 stories and nearly a half million square feet of commercial real estate space, this project demonstrates the flexibility and scalability of Bluetooth mesh networking and showcases the power of the collaboration such an open standard fosters. McWong International, its technology partner Silvair, and lighting contractor EMC (Energy Management Collaborative) teamed for design and deployment of an LLLC (luminaire level lighting control) solution that will serve the owners and tenants alike for years to come.
This month, we explore a dynamic lighting controls installation at an automated distribution center in Ontario. Lighting control design by Hammerschlag and Joffe Inc. Photography by Terri Nowik, Light Monkeys.