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Could smart lighting drive even an extra 1% in energy savings—savings that may seem miniscule on paper but that translate into tangible, real-world benefits? As the “Smart Everything” age continues to unfold in an era of hyper-connected phones, cars, homes, offices and cities, next-generation lighting solutions are expected to play a vital role in the smart revolution. The promise of smart lighting goes beyond the often-discussed benefits associated with machine-to-machine connectivity and Big Data intelligence. The wider-scale adoption, in fact, could usher in significant reductions in energy use and related energy costs.
Complimentary white paper
IHS’ leading team of lighting and LED analysts has recently developed a white paper entitled, Smart lighting and other new technologies: Illuminating the path ahead. The white paper delves into the market opportunities and challenges for LED in residential and street lighting. It also discusses other technologies influencing the lighting sector including: the conversion of mainstream AC-generated power to DC power supply systems; laser lighting, field emission lighting and carbon nanotube-based lighting development, and the maturation of the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) market.