Think about it, Lighting is the most underrated infrastructure which has real estate in almost every room, corridor, and walkway in the world. This omnipresent infrastructure offers an easy channel to embed a host of sensors with minimum effort and on the fly – Presence sensors, Thermal sensors, Lux Level sensors, Air Quality sensors, and […]
The lighting industry has undergone significant transformation in recent years, thanks to advancements in technology, growing demand for energy efficiency and sustainability, and changes in public policy. Among the many technological innovations driving this transformation, the Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as a game-changer for the industry, enabling the development of smart, efficient, and customizable lighting systems that provide significant benefits for both consumers and businesses. However, while larger lighting OEMs have been able to capitalize on the power of IoT, smaller companies often face significant barriers, such as high initial costs and technology know-how. That’s where companies like Thingularity come in, offering cost-effective IoT engineering services to democratize the technology and enable smaller businesses to tap into new markets and revenue streams. With IoT-enabled lighting systems expected to expand into new areas such as healthcare, retail, and entertainment, the future of the industry looks bright indeed.