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IES - LP-12

LIGHTING PRACTICE: IOT CONNECTED LIGHTING

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Organization: IES
Publication Date: 22 March 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 55
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The focus of this document is on specific solutions and related outcomes rather than simply an exhaustive list of potential technologies. Therefore, specific technologies have been referenced but only to provide contextual support or necessary background to aid in the comprehension and increased competency of a given solution. In this context, specific interest is paid to aspects such as cybersecurity, data privacy, and system maintenance. New terms have also been introduced, such as those related to the design, development, implementation, and maintenance stages of connected lighting solutions, which often have software-related dependencies. While these terms may seem unfamiliar to some lighting professionals, they are a necessary addition to the lighting vernacular to support the goals of this document.

Document History

LP-12
March 22, 2021
LIGHTING PRACTICE: IOT CONNECTED LIGHTING
The focus of this document is on specific solutions and related outcomes rather than simply an exhaustive list of potential technologies. Therefore, specific technologies have been referenced but...

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