Honeywell and Signify Join Hands to Deploy Integrated Smart Lighting Solutions For Commercial Buildings

Honeywell and Signify Join Hands | SR Bulletin

Honeywell, the world leader in connected buildings partnered with Signify-the globally renowned lighting brand to deploy their integrated, smart lighting solutions for its healthy buildings. The main purpose of the alliance is to improve occupant experience, productivity, and well-being along with reducing energy consumption. Check out SURFACES REPORTER’s  (SR) complete report on this here:

According to the business giants, the integrating of smart LED lighting solutions with building management systems will manage energy consumption in the buildings.

In a media release, the company claimed that the building owners and operators will be able to better manage lighting systems and energy efficiency with smart LED lighting systems.

Pleased with this partnership Vimal Kapur, president and CEO, Honeywell Building Technologies, said, “Increasingly we see lighting systems playing a critical role in buildings to improve occupant comfort, well-being and productivity as well as to help meet energy savings goals. We anticipate this trend will continue to grow.”

The companies are in process of deploying integrated solutions in several global offices of Honeywell.

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