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[뉴스] Smart Lighting IoT Newsletter by LEDs Magazine 8 October 2018
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Smart Lighting & IoT 
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Welcome to the LEDs Magazine Smart Lighting and Internet of Things (IoT) Newsletter for Oct. 8, 2018. Our October issue is now available in our digital platform and has a very interesting article on an IoT installation in a Singapore hotel on page 19. The hotel is using connectivity to minimize the amount of energy that guests use, and to allow guests to select a preferred lighting scene with a single button push. All subscribers can seamlessly access that October digital edition and all of our archives with a magazine-style user interface.

When this newsletter deploys, much of our staff will be en route to Portland, OR for our Horticultural Lighting Conference on Tuesday. There will be several presentations that discuss how smart lighting is being applied to horticulture.

Interest in smart lighting is high and the potential is fantastic. But the word potential is important. The solid-state lighting (SSL) sector continues to battle to get building owners and facility managers to invest in IoT platforms. And part of the problem is the fear of what's not known about the technology. We have an excellent industry insight piece written by Chuck Piccirillo of Osram Digital Systems that provides simple yet informative answers to questions and decisions that lighting buyers must understand in considering connected SSL.

Also in the area of outdoor connected lighting, we recently wrote about the work of the TALQ Consortium and its effort to enable interoperability between control systems from different vendors. The organization has published a whitepaper that describes an architectural approach that standardizes the way data and messages are conveyed between management systems and luminaires or sensors.

The deadline is looming for our LEDs Magazine Sapphire Awards. Entries are due Oct. 19. Make sure to enter innovative new products brought to market in the past year and also nominate someone from your organization for our prestigious Illumineer of the Year award. We are planning a fabulous Gala to be held during Strategies in Light next year. And speaking of Strategies in Light, Early Bird registration is open for the Feb. 27-Mar. 1 event at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.

We have two webcasts upcoming that you will want to consider attending. On Oct. 30, Wirepas will present on wireless mesh approaches to large-scale IoT networks. And next week on Oct. 11 we will have a presentation on commercial office lighting trends and avenues that companies have to invest in their workforce through better SSL.

We have links to other recent smart lighting content down below.

TOP STORY
 

$subtitles.get($x)Capitalize on the intersection of commercial lighting and IoT 
As the IoT establishes itself as the next adaptation in hardware and software applications, Osram Digital Systems' Chuck Piccirillo outlines how enabling technology and lighting providers must shift to a new conceptual and development model to ensure their businesses will thrive in the connected spaces market. 

 

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Increase your lighting IQ with these additional resources 
Register for a webcast on how to optimize a large-scale wireless mesh network for lighting
On our blog: The progress of outdoor LED lighting has been slow but controlled
Five things to know about the Sapphire Awards to propel your entries to the top 

 

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IN THE INDUSTRY
 

$subtitles.get($x)Seek smart strategies across all SSL applications 
In this issue, we feature three articles that attempt to light the way to successful product and system development - as well as end-user satisfaction - in three areas of smart lighting. First up is approaching the smart home market with the user in mind, with an insider viewpoint from Aaron Ganick, global head of smart business at LEDvance. 

 

Bluetooth Mesh paves the way to IoT smart lighting 
As building owners and operators consider lighting control networks, the SSL industry has built support around the open Bluetooth Mesh standard. Russ Sharer explains how interoperability and other features are driving the momentum for mesh-based lighting in smart buildings. 

TALQ publishes guidance on interoperable smart-city LED lighting networks 
The Smart City Protocol whitepaper describes the basics of how municipalities can adopt a standardized abstraction layer above proprietary SSL-based network protocols enabling smart-city applications to operate across products and systems from multiple vendors.