Smart Lighting for the Future
11:30 - Thursday 7th October 2021Training
Over the course of the last decade, the lighting industry has seen its objectives drastically change. Where once it was energy efficiency, lifespan and ease of install, the coming of LED made this much simpler. What Facilities Managers need from their lighting system now is control, flexibility and connectivity.
The latest lighting control networks deliver greater flexibility to designers, architects, contractors and end users, allowing enhanced management of their lighting network.
The overall aim is to enhance occupant wellbeing, minimise ongoing costs, and to collate and manage energy data. Whilst energy efficiency and maintenance costs are still of utmost importance, it has been recognised that lighting can, and should, do more. That is the essence of the latest lighting control systems.
Tamlite Vision utilises the latest in occupancy sensing and daylight dimming technology, to light your space the way you want it. Through the use of PIR and microwave sensors, the output of Tamlite luminaires can be managed, to reduce the time of use.
Speaking at this session
Head of Sales and Marketing
Colin Lawson is Tamlite Lighting’s Head of Market Intelligence. With over 30 years lighting experience, he is passionate about communicating the importance of high-performance luminaires that benefit the environment and occupant wellbeing.
Based in the Midlands, Tamlite Lighting has more than 50 years’ experience delivering high quality lighting solutions to architects, designers, specifiers, contractors and installers.