With a focus on quality of light, enhanced efficiency and data-driven insights, connected lighting brings LED lighting and information technology together to take light beyond illumination. And with the ability to collect and share data, it has the power to transform how we live.
Quality of light when and where it’s needed
Personalizing the experience
Deliver quality of light across different applications with LED light recipes that meet the requirements of the space and task. Personalize the lighting solution with software apps and controls to ensure a unique, customized experience.
Energy savings up to 80%
For a sustainable future
Maximize efficiency and improve operations with energy-efficient LED lighting and the Internet of Things. Data from connected lighting systems provides insight into activity patterns while remote monitoring and controls allow for the adjustment of lighting levels and schedules.
Data-driven insights inform decision-making
With knowledge comes power
Harness the power of the Internet of Things with connected LED lighting that monitors for outages and measures usage to help plan maintenance and increase operational efficiency. Add sensors to the lighting system to collect data for greater insight and to support additional value-added applications.
Take a two-minute tour of the possibilities
Can lighting go beyond illumination?
Can it gather information?
Change our mood?
React to our presence?
Make business more efficient?
Take a look and discover.
How connected lighting works
LED luminaires are digital devices, essentially like small computers. With the right electronics on board, they can be connected to data networks to create a connected lighting system.
Connected lighting systems connect to networks and people using standard wired and wireless communications technologies – or a combination of both.
Connected lighting systems continuously report data on their operation, including energy consumption, hours of operation, internal temperature, faults and the location and specifications of the light point.
Sensors can be added to connected lighting systems to gather intelligence. As lighting is already installed indoors and in urban environments, connected lighting systems offer the perfect means for creating extensive sensor networks.
With cloud storage, data analytics and software dashboards, it’s possible to use data gathered from the lighting system to gain new insight into activities and operations, allowing us to unlock the enormous potential of the Internet of Things.
With connected lighting you're connected everywhere
Philips partners in innovation
In this rapidly changing landscape, collaborating with the right partners is the key to success.
Philips Lighting is powering smarter cities, more efficient buildings and innovative retail experiences by providing real-time data insights from secure connected lighting systems and the Internet of Things.