Personalized Approaches Works Wonders for Global Smart Lighting Market

Published By : 29 Dec 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Smart lighting has truly bridged the gap between the luxury of aesthetic lighting and need for energy-efficient lighting solutions. The smart lighting market has been continuously working towards designing solutions that are viable for the “green” architecture and for replacing lighting installations in the old buildings. This method of lighting uses automated controls and high quality of light fixtures to achieve a lighting style that adjusts to the occupancy in the room or the ambient lighting. Smart lighting is commonly being seen in general lighting, accent lighting, and task lighting.

Need to Cut Down Greenhouse Emissions Drives Global Smart Lighting Market

In the recent times, the global smart lighting market has been growing at a breakneck pace due to several reasons. Technological advancements, strict environmental regulations, innovative lighting solutions, rising disposable incomes, emerging economies, and the dire need to cut down on greenhouse emissions. This market is also being complemented by the recent boom in the LED sector.

Philips Wins the Tag of Most Successful Smart Lighting Solution with Hue LED

The most successful player in the smart lighting market is Philips, with its Philips Hue system winning hearts of million reviewers and users across the globe. The remarkable Hue LED consumes a maximum of 9W of electricity and comes with a promise of lighting up your space for about 15,000 hours. These lights can be controlled through Zigbee networking system, which can be upgraded. This incredible lighting system offers all shades of white light that can be manipulated to dim from 100% to 5% or switched off. The incredible innovation shown by Hue LED has made it a favorite amongst users.

In addition to these innovative approaches, companies are trying to make their lighting solutions compatible with phone software, which is augmenting the market. In the coming years, personalization of lighting solutions and cheaper bills for end users will define the shape of the global smart lighting market.

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