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REPORT # Nano-455 PUBLISHED January 26, 2012
Smart Lighting 2012
  • Emerging Electronics
  • Smart Technology

    This report provides an analysis of the worldwide smart lighting market and builds on NanoMarkets’ extensive six-year experience of analyzing the solid-state lighting industry. The report shows how new value is being created in the lighting market by adding enhanced electronics and intelligent luminaires and how such product strategies will be able to build on the massive trend towards introducing CFLs, LEDs, OLEDs and other forms of energy efficient lighting.

    But while energy efficiency is the major current driver for smart lighting, this report also discusses how NanoMarkets foresees the smart lighting market transcending energy efficiency and generating new revenues from improved aesthetics, and more comfortable and healthy lighting.  The report focuses, in particular, on how also these opportunities will emerge within the OLED and LED lighting paradigms.  But it also identifies the opportunities that smart lighting will create as it adopts more effective networking strategies and becomes part of a future “Internet of things” and Smart Grid.

    Also included in this new report is an analysis of the smart lighting strategies of the firms that NanoMarkets expects to see as major players in the smart lighting space.  This includes the major lighting and building automation firms, as well as the slew of new lighting control start-ups that have emerged in the past few years. 

    In adddition, this report provides an insider’s view on rapidly developing opportunities throughout the entire smart lighting supply chain including developments in the luminaire sector all the way down to the components level.  For example, the report includes detailed coverage of where chip makers and sensor manufacturers will be able to derive the most benefit from the smart lighting “revolution.” 

    Also included in the report is a discussion of the likely evolution of smart lighting standards and their importance to smart lighting market development.  In addition, there is an eight-year market forecast with breakouts by type of product and end user market segment. 


    Executive Summary
    E.1 Opportunities and Strategies for Smart Lighting Systems/Luminaire Manufacturers
    E.1.1 The Shifting Meaning of Smart Lighting
    E.1.2 Prospects for Immediate Opportunities:  Why It's Time to Treat Smart Lighting Seriously
    E.1.3 How (and Where) New Markets and New Value are Being Created by Smart Lighting
    E.1.4  Some Risks to Consider for Smart Lighting Manufacturers
    E.1.5 Smart Lighting Systems Marketing Strategies
    E.2 The Making of the Smart Lighting Industry:  Firms and Sectors to Watch
    E.2.1 Smart Lighting Start-Up Strategies
    E.3 Summary of Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Lighting Systems

    Chapter One: Introduction
    1.1 Background to this Report
    1.1.1 Some Embarrassing Questions for Smart Lighting Vendors
    1.1.2 How Smart Lighting Will Overcome the Burden of its History
    1.1.3 Smart Lighting in Search of a Champion
    1.2 Objective and Scope of this Report
    1.3 Methodology of this Report
    1.4 Plan of this Report

    Chapter Two: Smart Lighting Systems
    2.1 Marketable Features and Functions of Smart Lighting Systems:   Now and in the Future
    2.1.1 Energy Efficiency
    2.1.2 Smart Lighting, Communications and Smart Metering:  ZigBee, DALI and Demand Response
    2.2 Smart Lighting Software
    2.3  Smart Lighting Device Evolution, Strategies and Companies
    2.3.1 Acuity Brands Controls
    2.3.2 Adura Systems
    2.3.3 Cavet Technologies
    2.3.4 Daintree Networks
    2.3.5 Digital Lumens
    2.3.6 Easylite
    2.3.7 Eaton
    2.3.8 Encelium Technologies/Osram
    2.3.9 Energy Automation Systems (EASI)
    2.3.10 Echoflex Solutions
    2.3.11 Enlighted
    2.3.12 ETC/Electronic Theatre Controls
    2.3.13 Fifth Light Technologies
    2.3.14 GE Total Lighting Control
    2.3.15 Honeywell Lighting Controls and Ex-Or
    2.3.16 Hubbell Building Automation
    2.3.17 Leviton
    2.3.18 Lumenergi
    2.3.19 Lumetric
    2.3.20 Lutron
    2.3.21 OSRAM Lighting Controls
    2.3.22 Philips/Dynalite/Lightolier
    2.3.23 Redwood Systems
    2.3.24 Schneider Electric
    2.3.25 Starfield Controls
    2.3.26 Universal Lighting Technologies/Panasonic
    2.3.27 WattStopper/Legrand
    2.4 Component Level Developments
    2.4.1 Smart Lighting Sensors
    2.4.2 Smart Lighting Chips
    2.5 Key Points from this Chapter

    Chapter Three: Markets for Smart Lighting
    3.1 Key Drivers for Smart Lighting Markets
    3.1.1 Energy Efficiency
    3.1.2 Health and Mood
    3.2 Addressable Markets for Smart Lighting Systems
    3.2.1 Commercial and Industrial Markets
    3.2.2 Public and Government Buildings
    3.2.3 Residential Markets
    3.2.4 Outdoor Lighting
    3.2.5 Smart Lighting Systems for Automobiles and Other Forms of Transportation
    3.3 The Importance of the Retrofit Market for Smart Lighting
    3.4 United States Markets for Energy Efficient Lighting Systems
    3.4.1 Uncertainties about the Phasing Out of Incandescent Bulbs
    3.4.2 Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
    3.4.3 Energy Policy Act of 2005
    3.4.4 Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007
    3.4.5 Other Factors
    3.5 Japanese Markets for Energy Efficient Lighting Systems
    3.5.1 Regulatory and Legal Environment
    3.6 Chinese Markets for Energy Efficient Lighting Systems
    3.6.1 Impact of Environmental and Energy Legislation and Regulation
    3.6.2 Phasing out of Traditional Light Bulbs in China
    3.7 Korea Markets for Energy Efficient Lighting Systems
    3.7.1 Energy Legislation and the Phasing out of Traditional Light Bulbs
    3.7.2 Impact of Environmental Legislation and Regulation
    3.8 Taiwanese Markets for Energy Efficient Lighting Systems
    3.9 Energy-Efficient Lighting Other Asian Countries
    3.9.1 India
    3.9.2 Other Nations
    3.10 European Markets for Energy-Efficient Lighting
    3.10.1 Rules for Phasing Out Incandescent Bulbs in the EU
    3.10.2 A Note on the U.K. Markets
    3.11 Key Points from this Chapter

    Chapter Four:  Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Lighting Systems
    4.1 Methodology of this Forecast
    4.1.1 Definitions
    4.1.2 Data Sources and Assumptions about Market Size and Penetration
    4.2 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Lighting System Type of End User
    4.3 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Lighting System Modules by End User
    4.4 Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Lighting System Central Controllers by End User
    4.5 Summary of Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Lighting Systems Revenue by End User and Type of Product
    4.6 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Lighting Systems Revenues by Generation of System
    Abbreviations and Acronyms Used In this Report
    About the Author

    List of Exhibits


    Exhibit E-1:  Forecast of Smart Lighting Systems by End User Market ($ Millions) 
    Exhibit 2-1:  Lutron Lighting Control Systems 
    Exhibit 4-1:  Forecast of Lights Controlled by Smart Lighting Systems by End-User Market Type 
    Exhibit 4-2:  Forecast of Local Intelligence in Smart Lighting Systems (Sensors and Intelligent Ballast) by End User Type 
    Exhibit 4-3:  Forecast of Intelligent Switches for Smart Lighting Systems by End User Type 
    Exhibit 4-4:  Forecast of Central Controllers for Smart Lighting Systems by End User Type 
    Exhibit 4-5:  Forecast of Smart Lighting System Revenues by Product Type and End User ($ Million) 


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