Lighting

In the Beginning There Was Light… ing Control Standards, Then Things got Complicated

In the Beginning There Was Light -ing controls and then came the Internet of Things (IoT). This means that lighting control standards were never intended or designed to deal with the multi-faceted and data rich uses of lighting infrastructure we see today. Lighting now finds itself at the heart of the IoT in Buildings, lighting-based sensors are driving systems, interconnected through the use of IP communications and a shared data repository. Today, a networked lighting control system has the ability to collect a wide variety of data including presence, ambient light, dimming level, power consumption, user interactions, user preferences and device, to name a few. All these data streams can be utilized to offer a wide range of benefits including; energy management, space optimization, demand response, trend analysis, user comfort maintenance, automatic fault detection and diagnosis, predictive maintenance, and other advanced applications and services. This new role of lighting creates an issue of lighting control […]

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