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Human-centric lighting: are you ready to ride the wave?

With connected lighting rapidly becoming the linchpin for smart buildings, cities and the Internet of Things, many in the industry are asking: where’s the next opportunity? Look no further than human-centric lighting (HCL), a market estimated to reach $3.91 billion by 2024. With tunable white light now defined as part of the Sensor Ready (SR) standard, we’re at the tipping point for HCL to go mainstream.
Evolving DALI into the sensor-ready (SR) standard

Sensor-Ready (SR) driving the (r)evolution of DALI into the IoT

Commercial lighting’s support for wireless communications is propelling it into the spotlight as an infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT). To make this happen, the Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) protocol had to evolve. Enter the sensor-ready (SR) interface and the SR standard, a new set of specifications approved just this month by Digital Illumination Interface Alliance (DiiA). They standardize how DALI drivers report data and make it easier to turn luminaires into communication nodes, paving the way for new IoT applications for lighting.

Is a Hue moment approaching for smart commercial lighting?

With smart commercial lighting in the early stage of adoption, the connected lighting industry is working hard to define use cases, bring down cost and complexity and establish a future-proof foundation in the Sensor Ready (SR) standard. In trying to create new value in a mature industry, we’re following in the footsteps of Philips Hue, the LED light bulb that helped to spark consumer interest in the smart home. So what can we learn from Hue?