Connected Lighting Systems in India, 2018

Connected Lighting Systems in India, 2018

Connected lighting systems are characterized by optimization, efficiency, and ease of operation, making them the future of lighting

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The study aims to analyze the Indian connected lighting systems market. It highlights the trends in the 4 major user segments:

·     Residential
·     Commercial
·     Industrial
·     Government

This document introduces the 3 categories of connected lighting, namely, basic, intermediate, and advanced and then goes on to explain the advantages offered by intelligent connected lighting systems. It then discusses the penetration and usage of connected lighting in the end segments. The document also mentions some recent developments in this area and concludes by talking about the future applications of the connected lighting segments in India.

The concept of connected lighting solutions is still very new to the Indian market. There has been an uptake of these solutions in some segments like commercial and government, but it is still lagging behind in other segments like industrial and residential. The basic connected lighting systems have found usage in some sectors. However, more complex applications, like connected controlled machines and appliances and data capture by sensors in lights, are yet to see widespread usage in India.

The study discusses the reasons behind the current low penetration rate of connected lighting systems:

1.     It is difficult to quantify the advantages caused by connected lighting systems.
2.     The initial cost is high for connected lighting systems as compared to standalone lighting systems.
3.     Building owners and managers are resistant to the idea of retrofitting an entire space with a new lighting system.

Suppliers and industry participants are taking active steps to make users understand the benefits (that effectively outweigh the reasons for low current acceptability) that connected lighting systems have. Some of the advantages are:

1.     Energy consumption can be monitored and controlled
2.     Personalized spaces can be created for employees
3.     The ambience of the space can be enhanced
4.     The health of the people that inhabit a space can be improved
5.     Occupational stress can be reduced
6.     Customer experience can be enhanced

Currently, the connected lighting segment in India is in the incubation stage, but with rising electricity costs, advanced technology, cheaper products, and changed perspectives, it is expected occupy 14% to 16% of the overall lighting market in India by 2022.

Key Questions this Study will Answer:

1.     How has the connected lighting market evolved?
2.     What are the segments of the connected lighting market?
3.     What are the advantages offered to the end user?
4.     What are the recent developments in the connected lighting market?
5.     What are the future trends in the connected lighting market?

Author: Manu Tiwari

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Connected Lighting Systems in India

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The study aims to analyze the Indian connected lighting systems market. It highlights the trends in the 4 major user segments: · Residential · Commercial · Industrial · Government This document introduces the 3 categories of connected lighting, namely, basic, intermediate, and advanced and then goes on to explain the advantages offered by intelligent connected lighting systems. It then discusses the penetration and usage of connected lighting in the end segments. The document also mentions some recent developments in this area and concludes by talking about the future applications of the connected lighting segments in India. The concept of connected lighting solutions is still very new to the Indian market. There has been an uptake of these solutions in some segments like commercial and government, but it is still lagging behind in other segments like industrial and residential. The basic connected lighting systems have found usage in some sectors. However, more complex applications, like connected controlled machines and appliances and data capture by sensors in lights, are yet to see widespread usage in India. The study discusses the reasons behind the current low penetration rate of connected lighting systems: 1. It is difficult to quantify the advantages caused by connected lighting systems. 2. The initial cost is high for connected lighting systems as compared to standalone lighting systems. 3. Building owners and managers are resistant to the idea of retrofitting an entire space with a new lighting system. Suppliers and industry participants are taking active steps to make users understand the benefits (that effectively outweigh the reasons for low current acceptability) that connected lighting systems have. Some of the advantages are: 1. Energy consumption can be monitored and controlled 2. Personalized spaces can be created for employees 3. The ambience of the space can be enhanced 4. The health of the people that inhabit a space can be improved 5. Occupational stress can be reduced 6. Customer experience can be enhanced Currently, the connected lighting segment in India is in the incubation stage, but with rising electricity costs, advanced technology, cheaper products, and changed perspectives, it is expected occupy 14% to 16% of the overall lighting market in India by 2022. Key Questions this Study will Answer: 1. How has the connected lighting market evolved? 2. What are the segments of the connected lighting market? 3. What are the advantages offered to the end user? 4. What are the recent developments in the connected lighting market? 5. What are the future trends in the connected lighting market? Author: Manu Tiwari
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