Connected lighting system integrating smart control and tunable light opens a room for health care applications. Hospitals in Berlin, Germany and Barcelona, Spain, showed the benefits of implementing connected LED lightingsystems.
At Barcelona’s Vall d’Hebron hospital, a human centric lighting system which can tune the lighting spectrum to match natural daylight was installed in the intensive care unit. With seven LED engines and the combination of single-peak LEDs phosphor-converted LEDs, the system enables light emission to match the visible range span without gaps in the spectral power distribution.
The cutting edge caring system also includes smart displays showing information of patients for hospital staffs to monitor their progresses. If one patient is in a critical situation, the door of ICU will open automatically.
Meanwhile in Germany, the LITECOM infinity lighting management system from Zumtobel is enabling optimum control throughout a new section of the Protestant Queen Elisabeth Herzberge Hospital (Evangelisches Krankenhaus Königin Elisabeth Herzberge or, for short, KEH) in Berlin.