Smart lighting is more and more a common good in offices. It isn’t only energy efficient; it also has its advantages for the productivity and the wellbeing of the employees.
Light adapted to the daylight
You know it, a day with changing weather. The one moment there’s a clear sky with a lot of sunlight, the other moment clouds. Wouldn’t it be great if the light in the offices adapts to the weather? With a smart lighting system, it can. The light adapts automatically. It’s finished with the unnecessary consumption of energy because the staff doesn’t want to switch constantly the lights on and off.
Not only the amount of light is adapted to the sunlight, also the lighting colour can be adjusted to the moment of the day. On peaking hours, the light is a bit colder which enhances the productivity. Later on, the light is a bit warmer again which makes the employee feel better for going home. When the lighting colours change with the natural change, the wellbeing of the employee is improving.
Light adapted to the people in the office
In cell offices it happens sometimes that everyone is in a meeting. Off course, we are all human, we forget to turn off the lights. Also, in meeting rooms it sometimes slips the mind of the last person in the room. With a smart lighting system, this problem is solved. There’s no light when there’s no one in the room. When the sensor detects that there’s no one left, the lights go out.
Also, for landscape offices, smart lighting offers energy efficient solutions. You don’t need to turn on the lights in the complete space. With smart lighting, the lights go only on in the zones where people are sitting or walking.
Light adapted to personal preferences.
Give your employers (limited) access to the system. When they are sitting at their desk and they want more or less light, warmer or colder light, they can adapt it to their personal preferences. Happy employees are more motivated, work harder and become better and better.