British technology company amBX is to use this month’s LUX Live exhibition at Excel London to demonstrate lighting control software that meets the technical requirements of intelligent lighting, delivers to energy efficiency expectations and, most importantly, provides a true people-centric lighting system in your building.
amBX software is groundbreaking, proven and cost-effective technology that operates at the heart of modern connected lighting systems. It provides sophisticated control that is simple to use as well as delivering the data required for intelligent analysis of modern building use.
It is multi-protocol software that enables users to simply and automatically manage the colour and location of light in any 3D space. The exponential sensor data that the software provides can help users continually adjust and improve the lighting experience of people in their building.
It delivers a dynamic, real time control option without the need for rules-based programming. Intelligent lighting systems need this combination of factors to provide genuine connected lighting in your building. With amBX, any system can enjoy the benefits of future-proofing: a wide choice of lights and lighting types can be used, any installation can be easily re-configured in the amBX software platform, which itself can be upgraded and adapted for future lighting needs.
“Modern intelligent lighting systems are only as effective as the software that controls them,” explains David Eves, Chief Technology Officer, amBX.
“The benefits of better lighting on connected networks – with amBX software at its heart – is redefining how the world uses light. Building operators, platform providers and suppliers of connected lighting devices that incorporate amBX software will make their own propositions more effective; building owners and facility managers who use amBX to interface with existing building management systems will also be future-proofing their building’s lighting system.”
Because amBX software delivers optimum lighting control for different conditions and environments without the need for intricate, time consuming and expensive programming, initial set-up costs can be cut by up to 80%. Later changes to the lighting installation can be easily configured.
“Designers of contemporary public or commercial buildings that are intelligent in the way they enable occupants to use and function productively in the space increasingly want to include connected lighting in their schemes,” continues Eves.
“amBX software can help deliver optimum lighting experiences in changing conditions and environments without the need for intricate, time consuming and expensive programming.”
At the event, amBX will explain that, whether your business is in power over ethernet, wireless, IoT connected devices or DMX/DALI lighting, partnering with amBX will provide access to proven control software that will enable your connected lighting system and enhance your commercial offering.
“As a software solution, amBX helps deliver human-centric lighting more effectively and efficiently than other control systems, harnessing the positive effects of lighting to improve performance, productivity and well-being associated with bio-adaptive lighting. And because amBX is a software-based solution, it is easily and cost-effectively scalable from just a few lights to hundreds or even thousands of lights,” concludes Eves.