Integrating luminaires with comprehensive management or facility control systems can streamline business activities while saving energy and ensuring employee satisfaction.
In a connected lighting system intelligent luminaires, such as the Philips, EvoKit & FBX, can integrate well with a facility’s IT and power infrastructures to deliver optimum light levels for performing tasks safely and effectively. Because lighting is installed virtually everywhere that people go, the lighting system can serve as a pervasive data communications platform.
Connected lighting systems allow workers in offices and industrial facilities to act as owner and operators of their own spaces. With a specially designed smartphone app and positioning information in the the lighting system you can give office workers control of the lighting at their specific work areas. This allows them to tailor their environment to their individual preferences, even in open-plan offices. By enhancing light quality and comfort and by giving workers more control, connected lighting systems can help make your workplace more pleasing and more productive.
Lighting works better when it plays well with others
Connected lighting can also simplify and streamline workflows for managing a building’s entire lighting system. Philips connected lighting systems can integrate with building automation systems and other systems in a facility. Lighting management becomes one aspect of a system that includes other important services – including HVAC, maintenance, and environmental. This gives you the ability to create flexible solutions that respond to your specific needs. In addition, it enhances the total value of your facility and helps to attract and retain high-value employees or tenants.
Rumsey and Philips systems experts work with you to identify the specific system capabilities that you need, then help you design a system that serves those needs—now and in the future, as your business evolves and changes. Talk to your Rumsey Rep to learn more.