Lighting influences productivity, and directly impacts a building’s overall energy consumption. Elevate interior spaces with some of the latest innovations in lighting.
The Inflation Reduction Act should push commercial building facility managers to include lighting controls in all or most projects.
New equipment and control systems installed by Ameresco are expected to save the Massachusetts College Of Arts And Design up to $436,385 per year.
HEERF is helping the Community College of Allegheny County create a healthy, safe, and sustainable campus for more than 40,000 faculty and students.
In distribution centers, LED lighting can help reduce energy costs and lead to better control and flexibility over operations.
New research explores how sensor-based luminaire level lighting controls (LLLC) provide facility managers insight beyond energy management goals.
Legrand announces its Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management (DLM) product family of networked lighting control systems is certified through the ioXt Alliance Certification Program.
Home of the Green Bay Packers, the iconic NFL stadium selected Crestron to replace and upgrade lighting controls to create an advanced lighting automation system across the facility.
A recent study examines current costs to install luminaire level lighting controls in facilities.
Tivoli Lighting introduced its redesigned website featuring a sleek new design and color scheme, improved functionality, and enhanced lighting and controls content for architectural, auditorium, amphitheater, and commercial lighting applications.
For the lighting industry and the commercial sector in particular, will this pandemic accelerate the adoption of connected lighting systems?
The Cadiant Dynamic Lighting Experience from Cree Lightig is a daylighting solution that recreates the sensation of natural sunlight and a blue sky in interior spaces.
The new draft Networked Lighting Control System Technical Requirements 5 (NLC5) is focused on enhanced requirements for listing systems on the DLC's NLC Qualified Products List (QPL).
The LED lighting and advanced controls retrofit at the Rhode Island college’s library qualified for a $250,000 subsidy through National Grid’s incentive program.
Bluetooth motion sensor for outdoor lighting and indoor high bay lighting applications allows the use of mobile devices to program and manage new LSI luminaires.
Analysis by Alliance to Save Energy and DesignLights Consortium shines light on potential of lighting upgrades, including networked lighting controls, to reap bigger energy efficiency program savings.
Douglas Lighting Controls introduced Tunable White Lighting control solutions to their Dialog networked lighting controls.
Designing to code and considering future needs help to minimize obstacles and maximize investment.
This server-based solution provides facility managers scalability for a cost-effective alternative to full-scale building management systems.