Lighting Controls Loose their Inferiority Complex

There is a discussion now taking place in the Smart Building business that the transition to LED lighting may trigger a change in the way connectivity is achieved in the Building Automation business as it morphs into the Building Internet of Things. The rationale goes that historically, integrated BAS services have been HVAC centric since that was the element of the building where energy related controls could add significant value and were first applied. The control of lighting was often tagged on to the Building Energy Control System (BECS). This turned out to be an expensive solution. In addition in many situations the Return on Investment for HVAC oriented building automation has not been compelling in medium to small buildings, and so the majority of buildings around the world are still waiting to be converted to “Smart.” Whilst researching for our report Smart Buildings: The Lighting Controls Business we investigated the case for fitting buildings […]

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