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A new white paper on Bluetooth mesh networking models

Bluetooth mesh networking technology allows for building flexible smart lighting networks that use sensors to drive efficiencies. Its specification outlines a number of mesh models defining basic functionalities of network nodes. The most recent white paper from Silvair explains which… Continue Reading →

EnOcean and Silvair team up to deliver wireless switches and sensors with Bluetooth mesh connectivity [press release]

Hamburg, May 30, 2017 – Silvair, a pioneer in Bluetooth-based smart lighting solutions for professional applications, and EnOcean, world leader in energy harvesting wireless technologies for building automation, today announced a collaboration to develop self- powered lighting controls and multifunctional… Continue Reading →

“Adaptive lighting systems in the era of smart luminaires” – free ebook available for download

While proven and effective, advanced lighting control strategies haven’t really made their way to commercial buildings the world over. The increasingly stringent building energy codes are trying to change that, but it is technological innovation that has a major role… Continue Reading →

Adaptive lighting systems: Daylight harvesting

Continuing our review of advanced lighting control strategies enabling smart and adaptive lighting systems, this time we’ll look at what is known as daylight harvesting. While not as widely used as occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting is one of the most… Continue Reading →

Adaptive lighting systems: Occupancy sensing

One of the major benefits delivered by a smart lighting system is its ability to provide enormous energy savings. This can be achieved by granting luminaires a certain degree of autonomy. While it might seem that the occupants of a… Continue Reading →

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