An enthusiastic group in your bar? An intimate moment in your restaurant? Wouldn’t it be great if you could adapt the light to the occasion?
Large windows with a view on the patio or the beautiful landscape around the restaurant? Would it come in handy if the light automatically could adapt to the incoming daylight?
Do you notice in your hotel that clients often forget to turn of the light in the room? It would save you a lot of energy if the lights go out by itself when the client closes its door after him.
Do you have specific spaces where there aren’t always people present? Or spaces where you need less light in certain moments. Wouldn’t it be advantageous if the light automatically adapts to the movement in the space and the working hours?
A smart lighting system aligns the light automatically to the situation. But you can also choose to adapt the light manually according to the opportunities that presents itself.
What does smart lighting mean for hospitality?
The use of smart lighting has a lot of advantages for the hospitality sector:
An adapted ambiance for every moment:
Adapt the lighting according to the occasion: a small party, a congress, a business lunch, a mourning meal, … Set up the lighting in line with the public.
An energy saving:
Set up the light according to certain hours. Before or after opening hours there’s e.g. no need to have ambient lighting, only sufficient light to work.
No unnecessary light that are on.
Let the light automatically adapt to the incoming daylight.
Let the lights go on when there’s movement in the room. If there aren’t people present, the lights are off.
The wellbeing of the staff enhances. Lighting gives certain stimuli in the brain and the staff feels better and happier when working in adapted light.
An improvement of the productivity. With the right light, the staff has more energy and are more in the mood to work