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Bogdan Balaci: Connected lighting, future of the industry

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April 1, 2015

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While these days modern lighting is equivalent to using LED equipment, the technology developments achieved in recent years have brought this concept a step forward: to ’connected lighting’, the future in this industry, according to Bogdan Balaci, Commercial Leader of Philips Lighting for SEE, who presented the company’s innovations in this area, during a media conference.

Hence, besides the energy efficiency improvements resulted from implementing LED technology, connected lighting systems have a major impact on the operational side, be it outdoor or indoor lighting, offering full control on each luminaires, which are uniquely identified and integrated into the IT network in a building or city, and share information about their status and operations.

LED systems combined with this new technology, which is yet to be used widespread, can increase energy savings to up to 50-70 percent.

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