The Next Generation Lighting Systems (NGLS) program evaluates today’s connected lighting systems in real-world installations, in order to identify challenges in installation and operation, reveal needed product improvements, and articulate principles and best practices that will reduce configuration complexity and enable system performance to meet expectations. LEARN MORE.
A total of 14 indoor connected lighting systems are installed in working classrooms at The New School, Parsons School of Design in New York City. Ongoing evaluations in a “living lab” offer insights from installers, evaluators, and classroom users.
Presence Detection in Connected Lighting Systems (Report, February 2022)
Characterizing Connected Lighting Systems (Report, January 2022)
The Influence of Communication on the Complexity of Connected Lighting Systems (Report, July 2021)
An Observational Understanding of Connected Lighting Systems (Report, May 2021)
The Impact of Wall Control Performance on Connected Lighting Systems (Report, March 2021)