Lighting is becoming connected. A dashboard, you can give you unique benefits:
- Show how to personalize light in their workspace
- Help make significant savings in energy
- Gather data which establishes you as a trusted advisor and long-term partner
Connected lighting technology has already made its mark in larger corporations. But why should only they get all the benefits? Small and medium enterprises can now motivate employees and boost productivity by creating a better working environment.
Lights can dim or go off automatically when they’re not needed. Employees can personalize lighting settings. And business owners can pick up a whole stream of information on how much energy the are using and the amount it’s costing them.
Better lighting, happier workers
First and foremost, staff get to control their own lighting. They can easily adjust it for the task at hand. Better working conditions mean improved morale and productivity and make it easier to attract and retain the best employees.
The next benefit? That’s energy savings. Lighting sensors work with the fixtures to figure out if a particular area is in use or not. And if it isn’t, the lights automatically dim or turn off. That’s less manual switching and more energy. The system can even sense the level of ambient daylight and adjust the lighting accordingly. This helps businesses meet regulatory targets and qualify for green business subsidies. It also contributes to the company image, in terms of commitment to social responsibility.
Valuable data insights
Last, but not least, there’s data. To ensure businesses get full value from their lighting, they can gather and interpret data. With the dashboard, you can interpret a wealth of information, such as energy usage, light settings and automation. And that way, you can take on the role of a trusted advisor.