Buildings, Health and Efficiency: How Lighting Controls Bring It All Together

As we build back from the pandemic, the building industry is rethinking how we approach health in commercial spaces. With sensors in every fixture, LLLC systems save significant energy (on average up to 63%) and also offer buildings a distributed mesh-network throughout a space. This has the potential to revolutionize how we monitor and respond to environmental factors that impact human health. Learn how LLLC could be used in countless ways to improve health and efficiency, including:
- Space utilization and optimization
- Asset tracking
- Security and safety
- Ventilation and thermal comfort
- Visual comfort and circadian dosing

Moderator: Chris Meek, AIA, IES, Associate Professor of Architecture, Director of the Center for Integrated Design at the University’s College of Built Environments, University of Washington
Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg
, Ph.D., Director, Energy Studies in Building Lab, University of Oregon
Alen Mahic
, Research Associate, Energy Studies in Building Lab, University of Oregon

Be among the first to learn about innovative applications for LLLC technology and get your questions answered directly by the experts as they discuss implications for the future of buildings and health.

Day & Time

  • Day & Time: May 19, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


  • BetterBricks and University of Oregon's Energy Studies in Building Lab


  • Register here: https://bit.ly/3xNDmA8

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