Market Research Report
Connected Lighting Overview: The Evolution of Lighting Controls
|Published by||Navigant Research||Product code||910752|
|Published||Content info||52 Pages; 36 Tables, Charts & Figures
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Connected Lighting Overview: The Evolution of Lighting Controls|
|Published: September 11, 2019||Content info: 52 Pages; 36 Tables, Charts & Figures||
The commercial lighting market is shifting as controls become more sophisticated, progressing from a wall switch with a manual on-off control to more advanced controls that incorporate multi-feature sensors and luminaires embedded with controls. LEDs are naturally more controllable than legacy lighting technologies. They have provided the foundation for increased adoption of lighting controls and generated greater interest and adoption of connected lighting systems. Energy savings, market awareness of Internet of Things (IoT), and voluntary building standards/certification programs are key drivers for investment.
Connected lighting solutions deliver business value and insight by leveraging advanced sensors and analytics that drive efficiency and enable occupant controllability. Connected lighting solutions may also integrate with other automation systems to coordinate operations of HVAC, security and access, facility scheduling, and maintenance systems to deliver even greater financial and business benefits.
This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for connected lighting, including hardware, software, and services within commercial buildings. Hardware forecasts cover occupancy sensors, photosensors, multi-feature sensors, embedded luminaires, relays, and switches within commercial buildings. The market outlook also projects revenue across office, retail, education, healthcare, hotels and restaurants, institutional/assembly, warehouse, and transport segments. The study provides analysis of connected lighting opportunities across major geographic regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of World. Market issues including key drivers and barriers in commercial buildings are also discussed.