Smart Lighting

There are a number of problems facing lighting engineers that can be solved by the latest connected technology. Energy efficiency, compliant emergency lighting and ensuring that projects are carried out to the required quality and without disruption to productivity, to name a few. While wired connected systems are going some way to improve this, the additional advantages of a wireless network are plain to see. Colin Lawson of Tamlite Lighting goes through the real benefits of wireless connected lighting systems to consultants, contractors, engineers and end users. Facility managers can expect to monitor their energy consumption to minute detail, manage their emergency lighting with greater control, achieving all of this with no additional wiring or cabling to endure.


Colin Lawson, Head of Sales and Marketing at Tamlite Lighting

D1 Training 11:30

Colin Lawson is in his 30th year within the UK lighting industry, having started as a specialist in exterior lighting. Throughout his time in the industry, and at Tamlite Lighting in Product Development, Colin has overseen the development of wireless technology within building services, and particularly the convergence of wireless solutions and lighting.
Currently, Colin is the Head of Sales and Marketing, managing a 25 strong sales force delivering the latest lighting solutions to customers across a wide range of sectors including office, industrial, education and sports, in the trade and specification markets.