Lighting company Osram has announced the launch of the Digital Lighting Systems blog to facilitate discussions on the latest trends and technologies in the smart lighting and smart building applications market, which Osram predicted will grow to over US$48 billion by 2022.
The Digital Lighting Systems blog will share the latest technology and application insights from Osram as well as commercial real estate subject matters including smart lighting, space optimization, asset tracking, proximity marketing.
The blog will also discuss the latest technologies and characteristics defining the Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure, and showcase examples of how technology solutions can add value in office, medical, education, warehouse and retail facilities.
“As an industry leader, we want to share with customers and others our expertise, as well as timely insights into the latest trends and technologies in the rapidly evolving smart building market,” said Tom Shottes, Head of Digital Lighting Systems, Osram Americas Region.
“We are in frequent conversations with both current and potential customers as they explore IoT and connected building technologies, so we know what questions they’re asking, what their needs are,” Shottes explained.
“As we continue to build out solutions to meet those needs, we also will continue to provide valuable information on this blog, which will serve as a meaningful resource to help further educate our partners and customers as they approach the adoption of new technologies and trends,” Shottes added.
Among the subjects mentioned in the website so far include 2018 commercial lighting trends, commercial wireless lighting, personalized lighting in the workplace and how smart lighting may solve real-world problems.
OSRAM SYLVANIA is part of OSRAM Americas, a group of OSRAM companies located in North and South America. The company has lighting solutions and services that feature innovative design and energy saving, and sells products under the brand names OSRAM, Traxon, ENCELIUM and SYLVANIA. The service portfolio ranges from high-tech applications based on semiconductor technology, such as infrared or laser lighting, to smart and connected lighting solutions in buildings and cities.