One of the most common problems in building operations is the use of outdated technology. From automation to security, upgrades are currently available that can immensely improve productivity, enhance services, and save money.
Lighting accounts for about 10 percent of the country’s energy usage, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Choosing the right lighting system is crucial when it comes to saving energy and reducing the carbon footprint of a building or campus. Thus, there has been a shift in developing technology that can integrate into the infrastructure of both ‘smart buildings’ and ‘smart cities.’
North American museums are among the world’s leaders in creating immersive and educational exhibition experiences. The technical solutions behind these multimedia environments combine expertise and creativity, and sometimes require complex electrical and lighting methods rooted in theatrical technology.
Lighting systems are becoming more sophisticated to meet the requirements of building owners. Through innovative and advanced capability, lighting and controls provide code-compliant energy savings while also reducing maintenance and increasing adaptability for future needs.