Nowadays, lighting can be much smarter, responsive to the surrounding conditions (presence of people, daylight), and more flexible to support changing functions, layouts, and individual choices for better lighting. Smart lighting controls add to the well-being of people and enable further energy savings.
As lighting design itself becomes more and more entangled in the technology, and as human-centric lighting takes the lead in future projects, the responsibility on the lighting designer is not only on the visual but on the function as well.
With a focus on quality of light, enhanced efficiency, and data-driven insights, connected lighting brings LED lighting and information technology together to take lighting application to a new level.
ERCO Beamer New projectors are precision tools for the most demanding outdoor lighting tasks – technically on a par with the best museum spotlights.
Deploying smart LEDs lays the foundation to transform the lighting network for other Internet of Things (IOT) applications. A follow-me lighting approach utilising sensors illuminates when movement is detected.