Capitalize on the Intersection of Commercial Lighting and IoT by Chuck Piccirillo, Osram Digital Systems

Lighting is ubiquitous — it’s in every space within a building. It is the perfect conduit for collecting information on what is happening in a building at any given time, because it is ideally located in the space and is

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Global LED Indoor Commercial Lighting Market Will Reach USD 15.87 Billion in 2018

According to the latest report from LEDinside, a division of the market research firm TrendForce, 2018 Commercial Lighting, Smart Lighting and Panel Light Market Report, the global LED indoor commercial lighting market will reach USD 15.87 billion in 2018, accounting

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Samsung Unveils Cob LED Packages Optimized For Commercial Lighting

Samsung Electronics announced a new family of chip-on-board LED lighting packages, labeled the “Samsung D-series Special Color.” The packages are engineered to bring out the most desirable color tones of objects whose viewing is particularly color-sensitive, making them optimal for

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Controls Specialist Introduces IoT Node for Any Luminaire

Commercial lighting users have gained yet another means for collecting valuable data from luminaires and for controlling lighting scenes, as Dutch controls specialist Nedap introduced a small node that adds Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities to fixtures. The electronic device

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Light-Emitting Disruption: How LEDs are Changing Commercial Lighting by Doug Chandler

In just a few short years, solid-state technology has erupted in the commercial lighting market, threatening to change the balance of power on lighting’s bucolic hillsides and reshaping the terrain for generations to come. It’s not so much the technology

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News Updates for the Week of Jan. 17

1. Energy Efficient Lighting for Commercial Markets – Lighting currently represents about 17.5% of all global electricity consumption. The U.S. alone accounts for approximately 20% of this amount at an annual cost of over $40 billion. As energy efficiency becomes

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