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Sustainability
and the second great
lighting revolution

LED technology for illumination was the first great lighting revolution. Connected lighting -- the convergence of digital lighting technology with ICT -- is the second. In practice, connected lighting means enabling LED luminaires with two-way data communications, usually over an IP connection, and deploying them in a building-wide system that includes sensors, location beacons, and wireless communications

Facilities managers and building owners can often make quick but significant progress toward their sustainability goals with connected lighting systems. While the majority of architects and workplace designers agree that space optimization and energy efficiency are two of the most important aspects of sustainability initiatives, most don’t think of looking up, to the ceiling overhead, even though they might find many of the solutions they’re looking for there.

This article describes how connected lighting systems can serve as an enabling platform for IoT applications in smart buildings.

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In this article
 

  • The illuminated IoT
  • Optimally efficient lighting ops
  • New connected applications
  • Social and environmental responsibility
  • How to get there
  • Data for supports ethics and governance
Jonathan Weinert, Philips Lighting

About the author


Jonathan Weinert has been writing about LED lighting, connected lighting, and the Internet of Things for Philips Lighting since 2008.