This question has been answered by Stefan Bernards, proposition manager, light controls, at Nedap.
Internet-connected lighting could help parents track children in supermarkets; it could assist jet-lagged travellers adjust quickly to new time zones; it could find meeting rooms, desks and colleagues in large workplaces; it could tell retail assistants and their customers the real-time back-of-house stock; and it could personalise lighting automatically by detecting a user’s smartphone.
The installation of human-centric lighting at the office of the property company CBRE has boosted productivity by 18 per cent, results of an experiment show.
Lux's technical editor, Alan Tulla, offers his advice on the best ways to light a pedestrian street.
Lux technical editor Alan Tulla shares his experiences and learnings from many years of testing lighting equipment for Lux's famous reviews.
The first certified mass-market Li-Fi drivers are set to be introduced to the lighting industry at LuxLive in November, Lux can reveal.