At this year’s show, Lutron will showcase two new residential products entering the European market:
• Sivoia QS Triathlon WIDR roller shades – large, battery-powered, wirelessly-controlled shades available from 0.5m wide x 0.3m tall, up to 3.65m wide x 3.65m tall, providing smooth, quiet, precise and convenient daylight control for large windows – without any wiring.
These shades offer industry-leading long-lasting battery performance and clean, elegant aesthetics. These shades can be part of a HomeWorks QS system, operated by keypads or using the Lutron iOS/Android app, or they can form a simple stand-alone system controlled by a simple remote control.
• Lutron Connect App and Lutron Connect Bridge cloud-based hardware – compatible with the HomeWorks QS and Grafik RA 2 systems, these provide home control from any iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, offering remote access, geofencing, widget support and more.
Lutron will also demonstrate its latest commercial and hospitality solutions, including new features designed to meet the evolving needs of customers:
• Commercial: Lutron will unveil new features of its Quantum Vue facility management software, enabling remote monitoring, control and optimization of lighting in a commercial building from a tablet, PC or a smartphone.
Lutron will also showcase its flagship Quantum total light management system including Hyperion software for automated control of blinds for commercial buildings.
• Hospitality: Lutron will showcase new accessories for its Palladiom keypads, such as aesthetically compatible power receptacles, along with USB and Ethernet sockets. Lutron will display its new guestroom solution, myRoom, in a real-life scenario set up.
During the event, Sam Woodward, customer education leader for Europe & Africa at Lutron, will be speaking at seminars dedicated to the latest advancements in total light management.
Visitors are invited to listen to expert presentations on topics including: the LED revolution, ClearConnect and wireless control, optimizing the experience for guest rooms and designing good user-interfaces.
- Achieving Exceptional Hotel Guestroom Experiences with Integrated Systems (Feb. 9)
- Getting in a Tangle Without Wires? (Feb. 9)
- The LED Revolution (Feb. 9)
- Simplifying Control – How Not to Annoy the Users (Feb. 10)
- Integrating Natural and Artificial Light (Feb. 10)
- InfoComm MasterClass: LED Lighting Control and the Internet of Things (Feb. 11)
“2016 will be a landmark year for the lighting control industry,” comments David Ribbons, director of sales Europe and Africa at Lutron. “Increasingly more intuitive and elegant user interface of controls, advancements in LED light sources and deeper integration with other systems and the Internet of Things will all change the way we live and work.
“These new opportunities create the need for professionals in the industry to upskill and adapt to the evolving market environment,” Ribbons continues. “At ISE 2016, Lutron will showcase solutions that build on these trends and give the designers and technicians the tools that they need to meet evolving customer demands.”