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Smart LED lighting moves from home to agriculture and business

Time: 2024-06-11    Author: 超级管理员    Source: 本站    Views: 5

The rapid adoption of LEDs is just one of the huge lighting changes people will see in homes, businesses and everyday life in the coming years. In fact, connected LED lighting systems are about to revolutionise the whole indoor experience.

OSRAM

OSRAM has three major business segments: optoelectronic semiconductors, speciality lighting, and lighting system solutions, and automotive lighting (which is part of the speciality lighting business) is a core business for OSRAM.

In April 2018, OSRAM and Continental successfully completed agreement discussions, and the two parties will officially launch their jointly established joint venture Osram Continental GmbH in the second half of 2018.The products of this joint venture include LED modules for headlights and taillights. This is another major move by Osram to integrate resources in the automotive lighting industry.

Previously, Osram had purchased a partial stake in LeddarTech, a LiDAR company, in 2017 to boost its position in the autonomous driving sector.

LG Electronics.

Smart LEDs are starting another journey as lamps. Of course, energy efficiency and long lifespan are obvious advantages of LEDs and have played a big role in their market acceptance. But luminaires are extremely advanced lighting fixtures that include LEDs and MCUs with integrated RF receivers. wireless devices connect the lights to each other to form a larger network, offering additional benefits beyond energy efficiency.

With the advent of connected lighting systems, an overabundance of lamps will soon be a thing of the past. People will no longer need lampshades, wall sconces, and other household fixtures to diffuse unwanted light. the small size of LEDs allows the fixtures to be integrated into their surroundings in an unnoticeable and unobtrusive way - when the light is off, it is almost invisible.

For example, a bedside table surface glows instead of using a table lamp. Since the LEDs are equipped with wireless connectivity and sensors, we are actually installing a small computer network at home. Imagine getting out of bed in the middle of the night for a glass of water. You don't have to go looking for the bedside lamp to switch it on, the light in the corridor gradually comes on to light up the way. When you walk into the kitchen, the corridor lights dim and the kitchen lights come on gradually, illuminating the path ahead of time, so users don't have to fumble for a switch in the dark.

The home experience clearly benefits from LED lighting. Of course, LEDs also bring other conveniences, such as lights that come on automatically when you get home from work, or lights that turn on and off periodically when you're on holiday. Residential users can also benefit from simple voice control and zoning automation. For example, you can speak into a light bulb to extend Alexa's availability to every room.

Perhaps one of the biggest benefits of connected lighting in the home is a good night's sleep. Connected LEDs can constantly adjust during the day, replicating the sun's natural path and changing colour temperatures. When our internal biological clocks can become accustomed to natural light signals that mimic light and dark/circadian rhythms, our bodies can adjust to the time of day. Studies have shown that getting the right amount of light at the right time can add up to 45 minutes of sleep per night with fewer disturbances. Instead of setting an alarm, you can program a command to have your bedroom light gradually brighten as the designated wake-up time approaches. The light will begin to suppress melatonin and wake you up on time. Exposure to natural light promotes sleep, increases productivity and improves mood. Natural light can even have a positive impact on patient recovery when used in healthcare. Installing the right lighting system in your home can prevent disruption to the circadian cycle, which can also have a huge impact on one's overall health.

In addition to home applications, many industries have benefited greatly from connected lighting systems. Indoor growing is an emerging industry that has already benefited from connected lighting systems, generating 4,000 times more revenue than traditional outdoor growing. By programming lighting schemes for the specific requirements of production, growers can maximise yields and minimise energy consumption.LEDs don't generate as much heat as traditional fixtures, so they can be placed close to plants for even coverage. Indoor farms are also increasingly popular as they use less water and electricity than traditional farms and minimise the use of herbicides, pesticides or preservatives. Another advantage is the ability to build indoor growing facilities close to markets, which allows products to be transported shorter distances, saving fuel and providing fresher products.

In retail and commercial environments, location-based services and personalised beacons are possible thanks to the integration of analytics tools and cloud services. High-end luminaires in buildings and retail environments include temperature and light sensors that dynamically regulate the drive current and control the amount of energy used to light the lamp over its entire life cycle. This feature ensures consistent brightness and maintains quality perception while extending the life of the LED. External or internal light sensors provide a means of harvesting daylight by sampling and measuring ambient light, resulting in daily illumination that is dimmable and can be dynamically adjusted throughout the day. In addition to saving energy, mimicking the natural light cycle is beneficial in providing a comfortable experience.

As more and more smart LEDs are deployed where people live and work, these new massively interconnected lighting platforms will dramatically improve our indoor lives.With energy savings, agricultural gains and important health benefits, as well as many other untapped advantages, LED lighting technology is sure to transform our indoor experience.


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