Since the establishment of smart homes, there is an increasing demand for smart LED lighting systems that can be connected and remotely controlled by other electronic devices. LED lighting companies combine IoT (Internet of Things) with LED lighting solutions to collect data and record motion patterns. By analysing this data, lighting systems can automatically turn off or reduce the intensity, thus saving high power. One can adjust the lighting programs and control the brightness and color temperature of the LED lights with the help of these intelligent systems.
Many of the world’s leading manufacturers of LED luminaires also offer people-centred lighting solutions. Research has shown that our energy level, mood, and sense of wakefulness or sleepiness are controlled by a circadian rhythm regulated by the brain based on light signals from the environment. Human-centred lighting adapts the color and intensity of light throughout the day to create a circadian harmonious array of lighting, thereby improving mood and improving the individual’s efficiency.