Presentation by Secgen @SMART LIGHTING MILANO

Wednesday May 25th at 14.15hrs. Smart Lighting Conference. Milano, Marriott Hotel.

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The Connected Lighting Alliance is the primary advocate of wireless connectivity in lighting applications.

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SMART LIGHTING SIMPLY CONNECTED @ Lightfair

Visit our booth (#3556) and get more in-depth information on wireless connected lighting

April 26-28, San Diego Convention Center

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And determine the direction of THE CONNECTED LIGHTING ALLIANCE

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CONNECTED LIGHTING

Wireless networks have been installed in many residential and commercial buildings, enabling new value-added functionalities, home and building automation, and reduction of energy consumption. The advent of LED technology brings the potential of exciting new functionality which will require innovative control mechanisms.

CONNECTED LIGHTING AT HOME

Using wireless lighting controls, users will be able to easily switch, dim, change color, make group color settings and much more. Connected lighting enriches the customer experience, in a very simple manner.

CONNECTED LIGHTING IN BUILDINGS

The Connected Lighting Alliance is evaluating the requirements of the professional indoor lighting market, and will make proposals for an open wireless connectivity standard.

WHO WE ARE

The Connected Lighting Alliance is the primary advocate of wireless connectivity in lighting applications. We are a non-profit organization constituted by leading companies in the lighting industry. Our mission is to promote the global adoption and growth of wireless lighting solutions by supporting open standards.

Across the globe industry ecosystems supporting different standards are emerging.
The lighting industry needs a unified approach to enable compatibility and avoid consumer confusion.

The Connected Lighting Alliance aims to provide a clear direction to the lighting industry, stimulates a unified approach, and facilitates the shift towards wireless lighting connectivity.