Connected lighting:

beyond illumination

Welcome to the future of light  

Imagine . . .


a world of beautifully illuminated indoor and outdoor spaces . . .


where every light point is connected to an intelligent system that delivers high-quality, reliable illumination . . .


and that serves as a pathway for information and services . . .


to deliver extraordinary value beyond illumination to the users and managers of spaces.


Connected lighting:

illumination + beyond

Illumination and beyond
Save energy

Save energy  

Up to 80% savings over conventional lighting


Personalize spaces

Personalize spaces

Enhance user comfort, productivity, and safety


Transform environments

Transform environments  

Create ambience and spectacle with targeted, dynamic light
track performance

Track performance  

Get real-time data on lighting system status and operations
optimize management

Optimize management

Remote, point-by-point lighting control, indoors and outdoors
connect with customers

Connect with customers  

Use online experiences to encourage in-store sales


streamline operations

Streamline operations

Simplify workflows with end-to-end system integration
guide and inform

Guide and inform  

Deliver in-context information and services to people in illuminated spaces
gain deep insight

Gain deep insight  

Use historical data and analysis to continually improve operations and experiences
integrate with other systems

Integrate with other systems  

Make your lighting system part of the digital ecology in your building or city

What makes a lighting system connected?  

Connected luminaires

Connected luminaires


Luminaires are uniquely identified and seamlessly integrated into the IT network in a building or city, and share information about their status and operations.


Connected spaces

Connected spaces

Outfitted with integrated sensors, each luminaire becomes a point of intelligence that can share information on occupancy, activity patterns, changes in temperature or humidity, and daylight levels.
Connected people

Connected people


By integrating wireless communications into the lighting system, you can deliver location-based services and in-context information via mobile apps to people in illuminated spaces.


Connected lighting gives you greater customer insight, lets you deliver superior customer experience, creates personalized workspaces, and adds a layer of intelligence to the environment which responds and adapts to people’s preferences and needs.

Connected software

Connected software

With our sophisticated lighting management software, operators of spaces can monitor and manage the lighting system in real time.


You can store, visualize, and analyze historical information about luminaire performance.


One such system used for public outdoor spaces is CityTouch.

Connected landscape

Connected landscape

Connected lighting systems can integrate with other systems in a building or city, creating new synergies and efficiencies, and making lighting an integral part of the new digital ecology.

See what lighting systems can do...

Choosing the system that’s right for you

No one-size-fits all offerings

Specifying Philips lighting systems begins with you—your business, your organization, your goals.


Philips systems experts work with you to identify the specific system capabilities that you need, then help you design a system that serves those needs—now and in the future, as your business evolves and changes.


Find your local Philips systems expert

Designing your lighting system

luminaires + controls + services + support


OSUM – Ontario Small Urban Municipalities

Blue Mountains, ON

May 03-05, 2017

AQME Annual Conference

Laval, QC

May 31 - June 1, 2017


UMQ - Union des municipalités du Québec

Montréal, QC

May 20-23, 2017


IOT Big data summit

Toronto, ON

May 23-24, 2017


AQME Annual Conference

St. Lawrence 

May 31 - June 1, 2017


ADGMQ Congress, Quebec 

Laval, QC

Jun 7-9, 2017

FCM – Federation of Canadian Municipalities

Ottawa, ON

Jun 01-04, 2017


AMO – Association of Municipalities of Ontario

Ottawa, ON

Aug 13-16, 2017


ATPA Annual Conference

Rimousk, QC

Sep 05-08, 2017


OEMC - Ontario East Municipal Conference

Kingston, ON

Sep 13-15, 2017


FQM (Fédération québécoises des municipalités)

Québec, QC

Sep 24-25, 2017


Union of British Columbia Municipalities

Vancouver, BC

Sep 25-29, 2017


ITS world Congress 2017 - smart city


Oct 29 - Nov 02, 2017


LED LightSavers - Road & Street

Toronto, ON

Oct 21, 2017


Alberta Urban Municipalities Association 

Calgary, AB

Nov 22-24, 2017


Association of Manitoba Municipalities


Nov 27-29, 2017







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