Designing for a Brighter Tomorrow
Why Your Commercial Lighting Infrastructure Needs to be Smart and Connected
Lighting has always been an important part of our lives - from the invention of oil and gas lamps to incandescent bulbs, and in recent years, LED-based lighting. As long as lights have existed and continue to exist, they serve us by bringing light to the darkness. But in the age of the IoT, our lighting infrastructure has an opportunity to become something more valuable, whether it's helping us conserve energy, collecting data about our environment, helping us use our space more efficiently, or even helping find the things we lose.
Read the article to learn more about the driving factors and benefits of integrating smart lighting into your current infrastructure.
In this article, you’ll learn about:
- External factors, including government regulations, energy consumption, and sensor adoption, that are driving the need for smart lighting in the commercial sector
- Additional value-add opportunities available with a wireless lighting infrastructure
- How wireless connectivity offers flexibility, simplification, and additional deployments within the commercial space