Lighting

Identifying Winners in the Smart Lighting Controls Business

Memoori’s latest market research report - Smart Wireless Lighting Controls 2014 to 2018 - carefully analyzes both the demand and supply side considerations to arrive at a realistic assessment of market potential for the lighting wireless controls market from 2014 to 2018. The report shows that there can be no doubt about the enormous demand for retrofitting wireless controls to LED based lighting systems but that the supply structure and channels of distribution need shaking up. Currently the supply side structure of the smart lighting controls business is broken down into 3 groups with some overlap between them. The traditional major lighting companies including GE, Osram, Philips and Zumtobel have since the mid 1990s offered smart lighting controls and since LEDs was introduced their interest in this business has grown. The 2nd group are best known for wired lighting controls, including Cooper Lighting (now part of Eaton Corp), Honeywell, Lutron and Schneider; some of these […]

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