Intelligent Lighting vs. Traditional Lighting


Our world has changed dramatically over the years, and these changes marked the beginning or end of several phases. By "revolution" we understand a sudden and complete change. As explained by German economist and businessman Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum.


All these changes began in the second half of the 18th century:


  • Mechanization: Around 1760 to 1840, we witnessed the development of the railway and the invention of the steam engine.
  • Electricity: At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, electricity became possible.
  • Informatics: Known as the "computer revolution" since 1960; the development of semiconductors and the beginning of the Internet.
  • Digitisation: begun at the beginning of this century and based on the digital age, we now see the connection between the Internet and everyday physical objects, whose uses are virtually unlimited.


Did you know that by the end of 2020 there will be more than 30 billion internet-connected devices?

With this potential market in mind, smart lighting seems to be one of the fastest growing segments.

Still, we've seen great progress since we went from Edison-type lamps to fluorescent lamps and LED technology, which is now an alternative to "traditional" lighting. The next step is smart bulbs.


But what is smart lighting?

In a moment, our lamps, in addition to LED technology, provide us with light whenever and wherever we want or need it. The mere fact that they are LED means they consume less energy and, in addition to being able to control lighting, we can save about 90% of our electricity bill.

We don't need special installations, we just need our smart lighting fixtures and projectors, the applications they will be integrated into and the Internet we have at home. Besides, they're extensible, what does that mean? We can add as many devices as we want at any time, which allows us to easily unbalance up our pockets as it doesn't require a big investment.


Taking care of sustainability: a responsibility.

One of the drivers of intelligent lighting is the environmental sector. We live in sustainability every day, and when we use technology we have an obligation to go hand in hand with care for the environment. That's why we integrate technology to improve our daily lives and make them extraordinary.


Can you imagine being able to control intelligent lighting the way you want?

It can now be operated through a variety of options: through an application, a remote control, the traditional switches we have in our homes and even through a smart voice assistant. This really increases our productivity.

In addition, one of the main features is that we have remote access, that is: no matter where we are, we can change the smart lights in our house, create scenes and times to turn them on or off at specific times.

The main advantage of smart lighting is that we can have a more dynamic home, making the very experience of the house more enjoyable. Come to think of it, how about replacing all the lights in the armchairs in our living room?

In addition to being able to adapt the power needed at home, we achieve savings using only the energy we need in each case.


Smart lighting


How does the light affect you?

The lighting of our house has the power to affect the furniture itself, the décor, the architecture and even our way of life and ourselves.

With 16 million colors and 64,000 shades of white, we can have great versatility as well as control the intensity to create the perfect environment for every room and every moment.

Like smart lights, they have a micro-memory that learns about us every day, which can alert us to strange beings; When we leave home late and arrive late home, we can activate a "vacation" mode that allows our lights to simulate when we are not home Our presence morning, afternoon and night.

Another great advantage: the perfect alarm clock, we program the intelligent lighting at certain times, and our lights turn on little by little, so that we wake up quietly and in the most pleasant way possible. Or on the other hand, if we have difficulty falling asleep at night, we can program the smart lights to gradually turn off until they turn off completely, helping us to have longer rest periods.

In this way, we get significant light savings as well as adapting lighting to our needs.


Working light or rest light?

If we talk about hot lighting, it is the most ideal living space and even comfort itself. Neutral lighting is suitable for activities that require concentration at home: cooking, reading, working from home, etc. If we talk about cold light, which usually illuminates spaces like laundries, this type of lighting is excellent for detecting stains on clothes that are often more difficult to remove.

It allows us to create spaces and scenes, even in the same room. Imagine changing the lights in a room to do more than one activity: from work and study to our home cinema, then to a boardroom on Saturday night; with intelligent lighting, we can make any light change.

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