The system, which is officially being launched at LuxLive at Earls Court on 20th and 21st November, means users will be able to completely configure, control and monitor their own indoor lighting.
With EyeNut users can implement appropriate indoor lighting strategies to suit the activities taking place in specific areas of a building or across multiple buildings or sites, as well as to save energy and cut carbon emissions, through the solution’s intuitive graphic user interface (GUI).
Russell Fletcher, sales and marketing director at Harvard Engineering, commented, ‘The launch of EyeNut is a significant milestone for Harvard. The system will simplify the management of indoor lighting installations, bringing a large number of benefits to the user.’
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