Driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) and LED technolo […]
Driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) and LED technology, smart lighting has become one of the most popular applications, different from traditional traditional lamps, intelligent lighting integrated sensors, automatic control, wireless communication technology, with high luminous efficiency, reduced power consumption, etc. Features, but also create a green environment that saves energy and reduces carbon. In view of this, Philips has developed lighting equipment and intelligent solutions to actively seize the market.
According to the new data of research institute IHS Markit, due to the maturity of IoT and optoelectronic technology, global smart home and lighting products have entered a period of rapid development. By 2023, the market size reached 2.8 billion US dollars, nearly 10 times that of 2017's 242 million US dollars. .
In order to provide users with an unprecedented lighting experience, the original Huihui (Signify) of Philips Lighting launched the intelligent networked lighting system "Hue" in April 2019. The lamps can be based on the content of music, movies or games. Synchronously adjust brightness and color and various lighting effects, and change color temperature in line with human health.
Blake Kozak, IHS Markit's smart home and security technology analyst, said that in recent years, the lighting industry has undergone repeated innovations, and now more smart products allow consumers to rethink the convenience, entertainment and health of lighting, Philips Hue allows users to experience an immersive atmosphere while special lighting effects create a new sensory experience.
In addition, Philips Hue can be used with games or streaming media platforms, and may be distracted by lighting at first, but the smart lighting system can be changed according to personal mode and appropriate environment, so that users will not be watched when watching movies. disturb.