Tridonic, a leading global provider of smart and efficient lighting solutions, will introduce its IP-based, net4more toolkit utilizing IP-based technology that enables open, flexible and scalable connected lighting networks, to the US market at its booth at Lightfair International (LFI) 2017.
The European headquartered company sees the future of solid-state lighting (SSL) as the perfect basis for the Internet of Things (IoT) networks that will create connected buildings, connected commerce and connected cities. Tridonic will also demonstrate its DC-String track lighting system – 48 DC-String – with which miniaturisation of luminaires and tracks can be achieved. Visitors can view through an Augmented Reality demo how the technology works. The lighting technology company will also exhibit its special colour LED modules for spot and downlight applications, and its highly efficient LED modules for general area lighting as well as the corresponding drivers.
net4more connects lighting fixtures to the Internet, provides digital control for energy management and enables IoT-based services
“Tridonic designs the brains for today’s and tomorrow’s lighting systems, making this a very exciting time for our company,” said Guido van Tartwijk, Tridonic’s Chief Executive Officer. “By partnering with other industry specialists, we deliver new and advanced technology solutions that will transform the lighting industry into the backbone of intelligent networks that connect with the cloud and unlock the potential of lighting- and data-enabled services to our customers.”
Tridonic, which entered the North American market in January 2017, will demonstrate its products and solutions at LIGHTFAIR International 2017, in its booth #5703, Hall F, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.