Lighting control systems have a great potential to reduce energy consumption in outdoor public areas. But the balance between energy savings and functionality are crucial.
”The easiest and most traditional way is to simply switch the lights off completely when nobody’s around. Though, in urban areas with parks and other public spaces, this is hardly a good idea as people then stop visiting the area after dark. The trick is to design a lighting control system that can optimize lighting levels but with regard to energy savings as well as visual comfort and safety”, explains Mats Wernberg, Technical Product Manager at Fagerhult.
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