This comprehensive technology and supplier selection guide can simplify the selection process for implementing Smart Lighting Systems.
The four main pillars of building automation systems are HVAC, lighting, security, and life safety. A typical lighting control system consists of software platforms and applications plus a network of functionally and/or geographically distributed intelligent devices used for automated control of light fixtures. Software includes light management platforms, embedded control software, thin client applications, and a wide range of software typically sold bundled with a system.
Lights are ubiquitous and are found in building interiors and on exteriors, as well as illuminating infrastructure such as bridges, tunnels, parks, and streets. To properly manage all the various aspects to the illumination infrastructure, a comprehensive approach is required so that organizations can start implementing smart lighting.
One of the key learnings is that technology is an enabler for smart lighting, but not an end in itself. For building owners/managers, the key challenge is often organizational, this means that building staff need to be motivated, business processes adopted, responsible persons identified, and wage structure and incentives adjusted.
If you’re thinking about implementing smart lighting or enlarging your current system, this comprehensive selection guide can simplify the technology and supplier selection process. The guide is based on years of research, extensive surveys, and interviews with global experts.
Smart Lighting System Selection Strategic Issues
Many infrastructure organizations face similar problems when it comes to energy management. This report addresses the most common challenges, including:
- Developing a comprehensive lighting control strategy
- Identifying appropriate selection criteria
- Cybersecurity implications
- Setting the right milestones and targets
- Implementation organizational adjustments
Smart Lighting Systems Selection Table of Contents
- Topline Summary
- Major Trends
- Regional Markets
Strategies for Buyers
Scope of Research
- BEMS Classification by Facility Type
Technology and Supplier Selection Criteria
- Key Criteria Analysis
- Fact-based Selection Process
- Consider Best Practices by Suppliers
- Selection Process Tools Available
- Selection Criteria Table/List
Market Shares Analysis
- Top Suppliers by Region
- Top Suppliers by Facility Type
- Top Suppliers by Hardware, Software, and Services
Market Share Figures
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