Motion sensor lighting solutions for Offices
Office sensors help companies improve the overall efficiency of spaces and processes by capturing and measuring usage and occupancy data such as the number of people in a given room, how much time workers spend at their desks, and how frequently employees pass through spaces. With the right information at hand, companies can re-engineer under-utilized spaces to be more accommodating to the demands of employees.
Let’s say your office has three large conference rooms designed for 10 people with a large table and single projector. But those spaces are constantly booked by smaller groups of two to four people, and teams are regularly struggling to reserve a time. Motion sensor solutions for Offices let you know how many people are in a room at any given time and for how long. You can then use that information to determine that perhaps six smaller meeting rooms designed for up to four employees, all outfitted with AV equipment, is the solution.
Motion sensor lighting solutions for car parking
Lighting in parking lots can be expensive, especially when used 24/7. Octiot is a wireless LED car park lighting system that detects people and vehicle presence to provide lighting as needed, saving energy and reducing costs by up to 80%. Presence detection, flexible dimming and long-life, low-maintenance LED lights enable you to create more sustainable car park lighting while keeping visitors safe and comfortable.
Intuitive wireless controls make this plug-and-play solution easy to install and program in both new and existing car parks. Octiot offers a variety of application-specific motion sensor solutions as well as maximum efficiency for companies and operators of car parks and basement garages: sensor-controlled light management systems ensure standard lighting in accordance with external conditions, such as time of day or weather.
Motion sensor lighting solutions for educational & healthcare institutions
Typically, educational and healthcare facilities can be occupied up to 24 hours per day, thereby creating massive energy consumption and associated costs. The lighting solution provided in these areas should be bright, low maintenance, cost-effective and flicker-free, and most importantly, have a long life.
The most overlooked benefit of implementing smart sensor LED lighting is safety. A major consideration when it comes to lighting solution, is the emission of heat. Motion sensor LED bulb emit almost no forward heat, while traditional fluorescent bulbs convert up to 90% of their total energy, directly into heat.
Upgrading to a smart sensor lighting solution can provide you with up to 70% saving on your electricity costs, as well as playing a major role in decarbonization, plus drastically reducing your ongoing maintenance costs.
Motion sensor lighting solutions for
high rise buildings
Our motion sensor solutions for residential buildings combine a well-lit and pleasant living environment with high energy savings. When you opt for our premium products, you are assured of lighting that matches the look of your building and incorporates the latest energy-efficient lighting technology.
By 2050, the entire built environment is expected to be energy-neutral. Making homes more sustainable is the key to achieving energy-neutral housing. Lighting plays an important role in this. Installing smart LED lighting from Octiot generates substantial energy savings and is the fastest way to reduce costs and CO₂ emissions. Electricity usage and costs can be further reduced with Smart Lighting features, motion sensors, twilight switches and connectivity.
Motion sensor lighting solutions for warehouses
Now that the old high-intensity discharge lights in many warehouses have been replaced by fluorescents and LEDs, facility managers are taking their energy-savings efforts to the next level and installing motion sensor solutions. You could have the most energy-efficient lights on the market, but if they are burning brightly in unoccupied areas, or in rooms fully lit by natural daylight, you are wasting energy and missing out on significant utility savings.
One of the most common types of controls is occupancy sensors, which turn lights on automatically when they detect motion and then turn them off when the area is vacated. Along the same lines, “vacancy sensors” require occupants to manually switch on the lights when they enter into the warehouse, but as soon as they leave, the lights automatically switch off.
Sensors detect occupants in several different ways. PIR sensors are designed to respond to infrared light radiating from a person (or any other heat-emitting source) in their line of sight. Ultrasound sensors produce low-intensity, inaudible sound and detect changes in sound waves caused by motion. Because they are not line-of-sight dependant, these sensors are useful in enclosed hallways and bathrooms with stalls.