Lighting Science Exhibits Commercial and Biological Lighting Solutions at LIGHTFAIR International
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Lighting Science brings a complete suite of commercial LED lighting solutions to LIGHTFAIR International in Las Vegas, June 3-5. Lighting Science will showcase new products that emphasize the technological and biological advantages made possible with LED technology.

Adding to the expertise in the Lighting Science booth, NASA astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria, commander of the International Space Station Expedition 14, will be present to discuss the impact of artificial light on space missions and the value of biologically-corrected lighting to regulate sleep and increase performance – important factors for astronauts whose circadian rhythms must conform to a 24-hour cycle while experiencing sunrise and sunset every 90 minutes. Lighting Science is the leader in circadian lighting solutions and the innovators of the world’s first line of biologically corrected lamps that help the body to better focus or prepare the body for sleep naturally.

Lighting Science will display a Dynamic Biological lamp that supports healthy living with intelligent lighting that adapts to its environment. Controlled via a mobile app, the lamp delivers tailored spectrums that automatically adjust to naturally enhance sleep or wakefulness, depending on the user’s schedule. In addition, the soon-to-be-released Sleepy Baby? LED lamp will be on display. The Sleepy Baby LED light uses patented technology that fosters naturally the circadian rhythms of newborns and infants who are still developing their internal sleep cycle.

These products join the recently launched Awake & Alert? energy-boosting, performance-enhancing light and Good Night? sleep-enhancing lamp. These lamps allow office workers to be more productive; healthcare institutions to accelerate patient wellness; shift workers to foster safer working conditions; and hospitality facilities to improve guest experience, along with additional opportunities for energy savings with a superior quality of light.

“Light is essential to the existence and ongoing health of all living things. We’re excited to showcase some of our industry leading innovation at LIGHTFAIR,” said Fred Maxik, Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Lighting Science. “Our mission is to improve life by applying light in novel ways – accessible to all – that positively impact health and wellbeing of humans, animals and plants, within a sustainable, environmentally responsible manner.”

Lighting Science is also committed to bringing a diversity of LED innovations to market. With its recently expanded line of 90+CRI lamps, these products comply with the newest and most stringent lighting regulations in the country.

Furthermore, Lighting Science will display the PixelView? Control system, which utilizes image sensing and video processing to accurately detect and characterize motion. Unlike Passive Infrared (PIR) technology, PixelView Control is not affected by ambient conditions and detects movement of any object within its field of view, accurately triggering the luminaire to smoothly move into full brightness.

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