Lighting systems have been transformed by the entry of a new technology, the LED. They are literally changing the way we think about lighting the spaces we live in.
A process that, as far as luminaires are concerned, began in the early 2000s and has not yet stopped.
Light is digital no longer analogue, performance continues to evolve and potential is limitless.
Lighting points have become intelligent objects and are part of micro-networks typical of digital infrastructures.
Thanks to their new nature they can be easily interconnected, they can become active elements of working spaces exchanging data in a bidirectional way.
Interconnected light makes it possible to modernise the lighting system.
Microgrids automatically control, protect and optimise the operation of its interconnected elements to make electricity supply more efficient.
Modernisation is a unique opportunity, in addition to efficiency, it improves the comfort of working environments by ensuring the appropriate amount of light for different tasks, and increases safety by synchronising with different times of use.
The guidelines set out in the Energy Diagnosis put the technological replacement of lighting points at the forefront.
Operators of industrial and non-industrial production facilities are encouraged to reduce their consumption during the operation of their installations and receive financial incentives to do so.
Thanks to digital interconnection, the installation becomes modern, long-lasting and super-performing.
In the next few years, manufacturing companies will face a unique challenge, the watchword: Efficiency, light will definitely play a leading role.