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An Innovation Journey Resulting in Frost & Sullivan's Recognition
When Acuity Brands embarked upon the innovation journey to create the Atrius brand, we were driven initially by customer insight. A customer needed a solution ...
Read Our White Paper … on Future-Proofing Your Building’s Lighting
Our latest white paper asks – and answers – key questions Facility Managers have to make the “smartest” smart building decisions.
nLight AIR – A Modern Wireless Lighting Controls Network
nLight AIR is a future-proof control platform that start with simple stand-alone networks that aid in meeting code compliance while saving money on deployment costs. It’s upgradable as needs change, u
Acuity Brands - Lighting Connects the Internet of Things
Learn how Acuity Brands is exploring the way we interact with our lights in new ways.
Building a Smarter Atlanta: How Acuity Brands is Weaving Technology Into Building Spaces
That’s one reason why Acuity Brands has turned their focus to connecting building spaces, weaving technology into the existing architecture and built environment. The other reason ...
How Acuity Brands is Driving Innovation for Grocers
Innovators need an incubator, somewhere where they can ideate and envision their future building spaces. That’s what drove us to create the Grocery Store Innovation Center.
Enhancing Loyalty Mobile Apps with Indoor Positioning
Using indoor positioning to enrich loyalty mobile apps and guide customers
Delivering the Vision for a Single, Unified View of Commercial Building Portfolios
Building efficiency has always been a multibillion-dollar opportunity and a common focus for colleges, cities, building owners and others who operate commercial buildings. The hard part has been consi
The Evolving Definition of Retail and Robot
Part one of a reflection from ShopTalk 2018 Tech Talk: The sentiment from ShopTalk 2018 attendees was the following – that Retail in ten years will be vividly different from the past ten.
The Evolving Definition of Retail and Robot - Part Two, Sense
Robot’s sensing abilities pertaining to a physical environment are its abilities to see things, hear different types of broadcasts, and move around objects.
The Evolving Definition of Retail and Robot - Part Three, Think & Act
What does it mean for a robot to think? In the ‘store as robot’ analogy, the amassing of data in the sensory network initiates a pathway for thinking. This leads us to the sensory network.
nLight – Lighting Control Platform
The lighting controls system you specify today should grow as your business grows, giving you the power to do more when you need it. nLight connects light fixtures, sensors, and other control devices
Illuminating Perspective – Unified Building Controls
Lighting and HVAC represent over 50% of your building’s energy spend* and are the biggest source of comfort complaints. Wouldn’t it be EASIER if your lighting and HVAC systems worked together, in harm
Are your lights part of the internet of things?
Over the next few years, millions of lights will be converted to LED technology and with an average lifespan of more than 10 years, your choice of luminaires carries a long-lasting impact. Luminaires
[WHITE PAPER] Illuminating the In-Store Experience
Download this whitepaper to learn more about how the technology of LED-based indoor positioning stacks up and the benefits for retailers.
ECLYPSE™ controllers’ RESTful API opens buildings to web services
Beyond establishing an open network facilitating building management solutions, and distributing IP throughout the building, the controllers’ RESTful API allows for exchange of data. Utilising data re
Lighting Based Indoor Positioning Revolutionises US Stores
Article in Lux on how LED Lighting is transforming retail spaces
Sometimes Kids Say the Brightest Things…
Lighting for Pupils essay contest received 135 student submissions from across the country and we named eight winners. Read their most practical and poignant comments on “What Lighting Means to Me.”