Smart Lighting leading the way ahead

Smart Lighting leading the way ahead

Smart Lighting is a heterogeneous and multi-disciplinary lighting technology area, integrating a.o. sensor and control technology, as well as information…

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Smart lighting generating more safety & security

Smart lighting generating more safety & security

People can be more relaxed once they know their personal safety and personal properties are secured by advanced interactive surveillance  systems.…

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Smart lighting contributing to health & wellness

Smart lighting contributing to health & wellness

Light is essential to people’s health conditions. Dynamic and adaptive lighting could considerably complement the positive effects of sunlight in…

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Smart lighting to become emphatic & intuitive

Smart lighting to become emphatic & intuitive

The user interface of lighting is most important and to become people centered. Control & management systems whitering away and…

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Smart lighting controlling & managing energy efficiency

Smart lighting controlling & managing energy efficiency

Apart from energy saving conditions through conventional lighting systems, smart lighting could add up another 40% of saving electrical energy…

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Smart Lighting benefits to the horticulture industry

Smart Lighting benefits to the horticulture industry

Solid-state LED lighting offers a number of benefits to the horticulture industry, including increased yields, earlier flowering, faster root growth/germination, better…

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Smart lighting adding well-being to the ambient environment

Smart lighting adding well-being to the ambient environment

The impact of smart lighting on the society at large is yet to be seen. However it is already clearly…

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Quotes from our speakers:

Prof. Dr. Robert F. Karlicek
"Smart Lighting technology is expanding the capabilities of lighting design with dynamic spectral control and integrated sensing capability. As lighting systems get smarter, a vision of autonomous, self-commissioning illumination systems is emerging where illumination plays an active role in managing human health and well-being, improving worker productivity, providing wireless communications,…

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 Prof. Tigran Galstian MSc.
"LensVector and Laval university firmly think that lighting must be adjustable to optimize energy consumption, support adequately human activities and wast as little as possible (including light "pollution"). To make this happen a real time adaptation capacity is necessary. Legacy mechanical interventions are costly, occupy additional space and are not…

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Mr. Rob Timmer
"At Innr Lighting, we believe that in the near future networked ‘’’things” will talk to each other without direct human interference. They will intelligently cooperate in ways never seen before to assist mankind and perform tasks far beyond their stand-alone capabilities. The home, the workplace, leisure accommodations: eventually they will…

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Professor Dr. Emile Aarts
"Over the past centuries mankind has created extensive artificial environments in which we live, work, rest, and recreate. Many of these environments have contributed to our social wellbeing, but along the way we lost the use of natural (day)light, thus falling short on the beneficial qualities that can go with…

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Mr. Dan Ryan
"Just as no one buys a smartphone based on its ability to make phone calls, future buyers of smart-lighting will not be buying lights for their ability to produce illumination. They will be buying into an ecosystem of applications and services that have absolutely nothing to do with light. You…

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Mr. Markus Laner MSc.
"Bartenbach faces today the challenge of seamless borders between lighting design, luminaire design and electrical design. Before the strong market impact through LEDs it was well defined who is in charge of optical design and who is working on the electrical layout. While LEDs become the market dominating light source,…

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Mr. Markku Markkula MSc.
"Espoo Innovation Garden & ENIGMA: Purchasing something that is not available on the market yet Usually, lighting design in urban outdoor environments is based on lighting criteria and recommendations. The lighting design obeys the rules and often only a little – if any – thought is put into the actual…

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Dr. Michael Höge
"Digitization is pervading all areas of life. People and things are networking with each other online, more and more data are being exchanged from mobile devices, and access to information is becoming both more comprehensive and more personalized. Networked intelligent lighting systems analyze data, making it easier to service and…

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Mr. Michael W. Pessina
"Over the last decade, we have seen smart lighting evolve from the basic motion sensor, to playing a major role in whole-home and total building management systems. Some of the strategies used include daylighting as part of an overall energy-savings strategy, controlling lights remotely from smart devices, and analyzing a…

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Zoltán Vámos
"The Connected Lighting Alliance foresees that open wireless standards are a key enabler of smart lighting technology. The advent of LED technology has brought exciting new functionalities which require innovative control mechanisms. With wireless lighting controls, users can easily switch, dim, change color, and make group color settings. In addition,…

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Mr. Bryan Lawrence
"Smart lighting technology is on the edge of a transformational era that will shape how we illuminate our homes, our offices and outdoor spaces. The future of lighting will be a truly smart system that will have integrated sensor technology, wireless communications and smart intelligence running on small low power…

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Ms. Cheryl English MBA BS
"Smart lighting technology moves the current state of lighting, which focuses primarily on visibility, safety and security to a broader dimension. Smart lighting opens the future to solutions that respond and even predict the needs of people within a space. For lighting solutions to be “efficient”, they must also be…

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