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Wipro Lightning Goes the Smart Way, Launches Internet of Lighting

siliconreview Wipro Lightning Goes the Smart Way, Launches Internet of Lighting

Wipro Lighting, last week, launched digital lighting solutions using IoT and Big Data – Internet of Lighting – for what it called “smart and connected” indoor and outdoor lighting, The Economic Times reported.

“Internet of Lighting (IoL) is our step in the direction of offering our customers best in class solutions in Lighting and beyond. It is the ideal confluence of lighting and technology,” Vineet Agrawal, CEO, Wipro Consumer Care & Lighting said.

Wipro Lighting has collaborated with leading global technology companies like Cisco and pureLi-Fi, Scotland. It has collaborated with Cisco for Power over Ethernet (PoE) based lighting solutions and is also offering human-centric lighting solutions for new-age workspaces. It has tied up with pureLi-Fi, Scotland to deliver high speed and secure data transmission through LED luminaires, Dailyhunt reported.

“These collaborations enhance user experience and deliver the desired outcome for customers – be it energy saving or improving workspace productivity and enhanced employee well-being,” The CEO added.

Armed with smart and connected outdoor lighting solutions, Wipro Lighting provides lighting infrastructure for smart cities. The company also claimed that its connected and intelligent outdoor lighting has demonstrated its capabilities of improved public safety, efficiency, and comfort.

At the event – Light Show 2018 – it also showcased its range of smart and connected lighting solutions for indoor and outdoor applications with a live demonstration of the latest technology benefits using an Interactive Wall.

With the emergence of the IoT and big data, smart and connected digital lighting is the way forward as it will bring intelligence and functionality into lighting systems, according to Anuj Dhir, VP and Business Head, Wipro Lighting, The Hindu reported.