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12.12.2016, 16:50

UK Intelligent Lighting Systems Partnership

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Litenow, a specialist low-energy lighting company focused on reducing the carbon footprint and energy costs for commercial and manufacturing premises, based in Berkshire, are partnering with Digital Lumens, the leader in intelligent lighting systems. Litenow customers can now take full advantage of the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) across a wide variety of building environments by utilising Digital Lumens’ sensor-based connected lighting and next-generation analytics suite.

 

Steve Hiscox, Managing Director, Litenow “This partnership greatly enhances our ability to offer our customers the opportunity to monitor how their facilities really work by analyzing and reporting on energy usage.”

 

Digital Lumens’ systems collect data to help companies become more productive, utilise space more effectively and manage costs. By making buildings intelligent, it requires a simple instillation and start-up, is easy to configure and runs off intuitive web-based software; enabling facility managers to manage and change their lighting profiles from anywhere.

 

By incorporating as many energy-savings measures as possible, intelligent lighting means that light is only on when and where it’s needed – using lighting and lighting energy as efficiently as possible.

 

An ultra-efficient use of light over the course of the lighting system lifetime delivers the lowest total cost of ownership over a 5 or 10 year period empowering facility managers to run their buildings more efficiently, saving both time and money.

 

Coca-Cola Enterprise deploys the Digital Lumens Intelligent LED Lighting System in France, giving a customer view on the effectiveness of the system and the seamless integration into their facility (https://vimeo.com/digitallumens/coca-cola-en).

 

For more information on Litenow, please visit: www.litenow.co.uk.

 

 

About Digital Lumens

Digital Lumens is the market leader in enterprise-scale intelligent LED lighting systems. The company’s connected systems not only deliver up to 90% energy savings with over 2B kWh in aggregate energy savings, but also make buildings smart by generating data that can help customers be more productive, use their space more efficiently and manage energy costs across their entire enterprise. With deployments of more than 300 million square feet across more than 45 countries, Digital Lumens has the largest installed base of intelligent lighting solutions on the market, bringing the tangible benefits of Internet of Things (IoT) to commercial and industrial lighting environments worldwide.  Additional information is available at www.digitallumens.com.

 

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