Lighting used to be something you didn’t notice – as long as it worked. In this era of connectivity, however, it’s assumed new prominence.
Even as Signify has created this SR ecosystem to facilitate the work of its partners, it’s building its own applications for it in parallel. Philips System-ready luminaires, like its DigiStreet products, are ready to pair with existing and upcoming sensor and software applications.
A DigiStreet luminaire come with a universal SR connector on the top and bottom, making it simple to click in controllers or sensors so that you can activate new applications. That means you can install your luminaires today and mount controllers and sensors at a later date, without hassle. When you’re ready for remote light management, for example, you can click in the controller connected to Interact City and the application will start right away. Using state-of-the-art architectures and components, these SR-certified Philips products are compatible with all SR-certified components, and they feature industry-wide standardized sockets (the Zhaga SR socket and the ANSI 7-pin NEMA socket). This ensures you’ll always be ready for the latest innovations, so you can get more out of your lighting infrastructure.
The smart city is an idea whose time has come, a technological step forward that will improve the lives of urban residents, every day. Connected lighting infrastructure will play a huge role in facilitating it, and Signify’s SR partnership is making that infrastructure come to life.