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The IoT of Lighting - Digital and Wireless Lighting



The Internet of Things (IoT) impacts aspects of our personal and work environments. In the home, office or even our cars, we are becoming connected to the internet by our computers, smartphones and wearable devices. Lighting is no exception with products that are connected and part of the IoT. This presentation will highlight capabilities of wireless and digital connected and cloud based lighting, including the use of lighting as a communication medium. Venerability of networks to hacking, via wireless lighting systems and security aspects are will be discussed. Design requirements for installations using wireless and digital lighting that provide the performance, function and security required are detailed.


Learning Objectives:
1. Review the latest developments and capabilities of wireless and digital lighting systems
2. Discuss the advantages of controlling lighting using WIFI and other wireless protocols, including the evolving use of lighting as a communication medium (LIFI)
3. Understand the security aspects and issues with the potential venerability of hacking into computer networks via wireless lighting systems
4. Summarize the cost, return on investment and functional advantage associated with wireless and digital addressable lighting

Start Time: 11/1/2016 10:00:00 AM
End Time: 11/1/2016 10:50:00 AM

Presented by:

Chris Yorgey
Senior Design and Development Engineer
Lutron Electronics

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Room Number: Montego C

Audience: Intermediate

CEU: 0.1

Track:

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