Powering Connectivity For Connected Lighting Solutions
If there is one area within the Internet of Things (IoT) with the greatest potential for impact, it’s connected lighting. Lighting and heating currently account for approximately 40% of energy consumption within industrial buildings. As energy costs and concerns about environmental impact continue to rise, finding ways to apply technology and innovation to optimize lighting functionalities and reduce its power demands are becoming more important. Lighting also acts as a foundational network for smart sensors, allowing industrial manufacturers to collect and store insights about the building’s environment (temperature, humidity levels, occupancy, etc.).
By helping industrial manufacturers reduce energy consumption and optimize environmental conditions using collected sensor data, connected lighting has significant potential within the IoT.
In this informative eBook from ON Semiconductor, learn more about the connected lighting and the Connected Lighting Platform — an optimized design that combines the many technologies needed for demanding LED lighting applications.