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The past few years have seen a massive boom in lighting projects in facilities across the globe. Examples include Hilton upgrading its marquees and rooms to become more efficient, and the Indian government ordering LED street lights to be installed in 100 cities to protect the environment and the safety of its citizens alike.

Now, with smart lighting becoming more affordable and accessible, facilities managers are presented with an ever-increasing set of opportunities to make built environments more occupant-friendly.



"COMPANIES COULD SEE BIG GAINS IN EMPLOYEE WELLNESS AND PRODUCTIVITY"


Intelligent lighting systems let you tailor the visual realm of a work environment to employee needs, and this has a measurable impact on wellness and individual productivity. Even small gains lead to big results. Electrical Contractor magazine suggests that if a good lighting system adds even 1% to productivity, that’s a significant improvement across the business.


For instance, do you have huge windows with direct sunlight entering the office at certain times of day? Smart lighting can be programmed to adjust on the basis of how much natural light your employees are getting and to adjust based on employees’ use of computers. While you will likely save on energy costs, the bigger takeaway here is that smart lighting can directly impact employee satisfaction and productivity, and in turn, your bottom line.


“This is why LED smart lighting is becoming the center of focus,” the team writes. “LEDs are revolutionary for the fact that they have much more control capabilities. With controls, we can measure how much light is emitted, and whether a light needs to be turned on or dimmed, depending on activity. This would solve two issues: updating sodium-based lighting to LEDs, saving millions in lighting energy expenses, and gradually reducing light pollution.”


OUR SOLUTION : CONTROL LIGHTS REMOTELY AND AUTOMATICALLY, INSIDE AND OUT.


With a Control Solutions system, lights can be controlled on-site or remote, so you’re always in control. Our lighting solutions are customizable to most appropriately fit the needs of your staff and building. You can implement the following practices with our lighting systems:

  • Exterior lighting control according to sunrise and sunset schedules

  • Interior lighting control according to building and occupant scheduling

  • Special event schedules per building or section of the building

  • Turn lights on or off remotely to conserve energy

Our automated lighting systems including both control and occupancy sensors help to better manage your facilities, increase safety for your occupants and reduce energy cost.



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