Intelligent Lighting: Friend or Foe

Published: 11-Apr-2016

Building owners & managers now have unparalleled opportunity to control their lighting, receive data on the performance and achieve energy savings that were previously not considered possible.

I recently presented a paper at Total Facilities in Melbourne which outlined what is possible & how to navigate between useful data & noise.

As CEO and head of R&D of a lighting innovations company, I am fortunate to be able to travel globally to learn of technology developments in intelligent lighting. My talk helps customers to critically examine what level of data they need to help in lighting project specification.

Presentation Overview

Delivered at  2016 Total Facilities Exhibition, Australia's largest event for facilities & workplace professionals,  6-7 April, 2016, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, South Wharf.

Key learnings

  • LED technology development – costs, efficiencies, client benefits
  • Lighting controls & sensors – where have we come from, where are we now & where are we going?
  • Why should lights talk to you?
  • What is useful data?
  • How intelligent lights can save you time & money

Download presentation

Intelligent lighting: friend or foe? Intelligent lighting: friend or foe?(1018 KB)

Thanks for visiting us

The new award winning Chamaeleon III emergency light's maintenance saving features such as the externally accessible battery drawer, smart connect base and monthly self test without having to isolate power were well received by maintenance managers who could see the time & cost saving opportunities. The enlighten AFL ball giveaways were also a hit.

Photo Gallery

Click on an image to view

The enLighten stand - B30Facility Managers Krystall Johnson & Gareth Coleman of Eureka Towers poses in front of the building's photoThere was a great level on interest in the expanded enLIghten product rangeThe seminar theatre audience for CEO Steve Cahill's presentation
List of speakers over the 2 daysOur AFL ball giveaway was a hitA-Line Technology Solutions' Gerrit O'Brien takes the AFL challengeDeakin University's Leigh Moncrieff take the AFL challenge
Steve Cahill asks the question: Intelligent Lighting Friend or FoeSteve's presentation stimulated good discussion

Latest Tweets