In your daily life, I wonder if you have paid attention […]
In your daily life, I wonder if you have paid attention to the lights in your home. Is it warm or cold? Is it dazzling or gentle? Some studies have suggested that too bright light may induce obesity; incorrect color temperature will affect personal emotions and work efficiency; if the light flicker is severe, eyes may be easily injured ...
With the start of the Internet era, the development of smart homes is in full swing: maybe people can turn on the air conditioner with a mobile phone app before they get home, or you can set the opening time of the curtains in the morning to let people wake up with natural light ... The lighting era is transitioning to the intelligent lighting era, and technologies such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have emerged.
Intelligent lighting not only means that the regulation of the light is more convenient, but also means that the light can provide more intimate services for people and meet the lighting needs of people in various scenarios. For example, the voice control can automatically switch and adjust the brightness to meet your various light requirements.
According to statistics, the size of China's intelligent lighting market has increased from 1.9 billion yuan in 2005 to nearly 15 billion yuan in 2017, with an annual growth rate of nearly 25%. According to the forecast of China Commercial Industry Research Institute, the market size of China's intelligent lighting industry is expected to exceed 27 billion yuan in 2020.