Autani's Lighting Controls Selected for LG's North American Headquarters

Rendering of the new 350,000 square-foot LG North American Headquarters which will feature Autani's Zigbee-based wirelessly networked lighting controls (Image: Autani, LLC )

Autani, LLC, a proven leader in building controls and IoT, has been selected as the official vendor for the lighting control system in LG Electronics' new sustainably-designed North American headquarters located in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

When completed in 2019, the 350,000-square-foot LEED Gold corporate campus will feature Autani's Zigbee-based wirelessly networked lighting controls for outdoor lighting fixtures and indoor room, area and individual fixture controls that support daylight harvesting, switching, and dimming.

"In line with LG's focus on sustainability, Autani's IoT-enabled controls, coupled with LG's own industry-leading LED lighting systems, will help maximize energy efficiency each day," said Scott Metker, COO of Autani.

Autani's lighting controls will provide LG a premise-based solution with remote management capabilities that offers significant energy savings, optimized light levels, and the convenience of secure IoT integration through an LED mesh created using LG LED lighting troffers and down-lights with integrated Zigbee wireless technology.

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