The rapid application of LEDs is just one of the huge lighting changes that people will see in the home, business and everyday life in the coming years. In fact, interconnected LED lighting systems are about to revolutionize the overall indoor experience of people.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, Americans now spend almost 90% of their time indoors. That is to say, people spend most of their time in artificial light. In the first 140 years since the advent of electrical lighting, people have not been too demanding on lights. When we need it, turn it on and that's it.
Smart LEDs have opened up another journey as a luminaire. Of course, energy efficiency and long service life are the obvious advantages of LEDs, and they also play a big role in their market acceptance. But the luminaires are extremely advanced lighting fixtures, including LEDs and MCUs with integrated RF receivers. Wireless devices connect lights to each other to form a larger network that offers more advantages than energy savings.