Asia Pacific Smart Lighting Market is projected to exhibit fastest growth between 2018 and 2024 due to increasing awareness regarding the benefits of energy efficient lighting systems among the countries in the region to achieve energy security and sustainability objectives. Also, favorable government initiatives to encourage the adoption of energy-efficient LED lights is also expected to accelerate the growth of Asia Pacific connected lighting market.
Europe is projected to dominate the smart lighting market by 2024 due to the rapid deployment of smart lighting systems in residential, commercial, and government sectors, large-scale smart city projects undertaken in the region supported by favorable government initiatives. Due to the consistent emphasis by the European Union (EU) on accelerated development of smart cities through its funding instrument, The European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC), industry leaders are focusing on providing more integrated and sustainable lighting solutions to the customers.
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The growing popularity of smart cities one of the major contributing factors for smart lighting market growth. Developing a city-wide intelligent lighting network is becoming one of the key areas of interest while designing and developing smart city infrastructure around the world. With the increasing government emphasis on developing more smart cities to enable better city planning and development, faster delivery of e-government services, energy sustainability and improved local economic development, the deployment of connected lighting systems in smart city projects is likely to increase substantially during the forecast timeline.
As the lighting industry progresses from incandescent bulbs to CFLs and LEDs, smart lighting market has made its way as the next trending vertical. The vast expanse of this sphere can be aptly demonstrated by an incidence that occurred in Toronto a couple of years ago. A newly constructed building that nearly became a feather in the crown for the Toronto financial district, the EY Tower, made it to the headlines for offering IP addressable LED lights that tenants can control with internet-based building automation. The instance of EY Tower is of particular interest to the smart lighting industry as it demonstrates the steady presence of one of the most important forces, the real estate sector, into the smart cosmos.
Speaking of which, Legrand, one of the foremost specialists in smart lighting market, has launched a new collection of lighting controls at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show, 2018. The latest range, named as Radiant Collection, comprises a wide variety of lighting and scene controllers, wall plates, dimmers, plug-in modules, and light switches. It is quite prudent to mention that these devices integrate seamlessly with smart home platforms such as Samsung’s SmartThings cloud, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant, given that they work on Open Connectivity Foundation 1.3.1 security standard.
Philips also exhibited that increasing the rate of energy efficiency to 3% can unlock significant economic benefits – close to 6 million new jobs can be created by 2020, fuel costs can be reduced by €2300 billion by 2030 and household energy bills be reduced by one-third. These estimates are evidence enough to testify the robust latitude of smart lighting market.
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Smart Lighting Market in outdoor lighting application is projected to register a fast growth over the forecast period due to the increasing popularity of intelligent street lighting systems in the smart city infrastructure. With embedded sensors and digital networks, these systems collect and transmit information that helps city administrators to monitor and respond to any circumstances related to air quality, traffic levels, and noise levels on the streets. Also, by intelligently controlling the operating period of lights, substantial cost savings can be realized by minimizing the energy wastage.
The energy efficiency that smart lighting systems can afford is a major factor driving smart lighting market size. In 2016, in the UN Climate Change Conference, Philips Lighting demonstrated how smart energy solutions work and can make a real difference to climate change. The event showcased the profoundly transforming capabilities of the smart lighting industry, including demonstrations that depicted the energy and greenhouse gas saving potential of this one single technology. Indeed, the technology is equipped with the potential to reduce energy demand from lighting by half.
Some of the key payers operating in the smart lighting market are, Bridgelux, Cree, Digital Lumens, Echelon, Schneider Electric, Acuity Brands, Honeywell, GE Lighting, Secil, Cooper Industries (Eaton), OSRAM, Lutron, Hubbell, Philips Lighting, Silver Spring Networks, Legrand, Tvilight, and Zumtobel.
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