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  • progressivegrocer
Connected Lighting Enhances High-Tech Grocery Store Experiences

Technology is being adopted by grocery stores at a rapid rate. Customers can place orders online and pick them up without ever setting foot inside. There are scanners they can use to ring up their items while shopping, speeding up the checkout process. Some stores are becoming neighborhood hubs, with bars and restaurants where customers hangout and shop. As the shopping experience evolves to fit our high-tech, on-demand society, so does store lighting.
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5 Smart Lighting Benefits You Never Thought About

Automated lighting features are becoming more prevalent in buildings, especially green structures striving to reduce environmental impact. But reduced energy use is not the only value factor to consider when upgrading to smart lighting.

Here are five benefits you may not have thought about:

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  • ccr
Fixture vs. Area-Based Control The Pros and Cons

If you’re considering a move to networked lighting control, or you’ve already begun roughing in the project scope, you may be wondering: Is fixture-level control or area-based control the best choice?

This question is important for anyone who manages the lighting design of a building, as well as for utility efficiency program managers who are planning energy efficiency programs for commercial buildings.

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  • solidstate
Fixture vs. Area-Based Control: The Pros and Cons

If you’re considering a move to networked lighting control, or you’ve already begun roughing in the project scope, you may be wondering: Is fixture-level control or area-based control the best choice?

This question is important for anyone who manages the lighting design of a building, as well as for utility efficiency program managers who are planning energy efficiency programs for commercial buildings.

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  • Architects Newspaper
Integrate building systems with new smart building technologies

Create nearly seamless integration between the machinery that makes buildings habitable. These smart technologies link HVAC systems, appliances, lighting, and plumbing to one portal, making it easier to adjust settings and monitor a building’s energy output, both remotely and in situ.
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