As building owners, energy companies, tenants, regulators, and others look to improve building performance and appeal, Network Lighting Control (NLC) will be at the vanguard of many smart building projects.

ABI Research says shipments of connected luminaires and related equipment into a new generation of smart buildings will grow to nearly 220 million units by 2030, a CAGR of 22.6%.

NLC delivers intelligent automation and management of lighting across a property and promises additional benefits available to LED lighting systems. By integrating lighting control with light level and occupancy sensors, energy efficiency is improved and can be leveraged for occupant comfort/safety, space utilisation, and, ultimately, building appeal.

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