A start-up industrial lighting company has claimed it can save energy and money for its customers, thanks to a combination of LED fixtures.
Digital Lumens is looking to target appliances such as high-bay lighting, commonly found in warehouses.
A recent case study, using a cold-storage warehouse, found the premises could reduce its energy usage by 95 per cent.
The company's Intelligent Light Engine system will not only use LED fixtures but also sensory technology. With assisting software, warehouse managers will be able to dim or turn off lights in certain areas of a warehouse that may be empty at a given time.
Tom Pincince, the president and chief executive of Digital Lumens, said this development represents an easy and cost-effective tool for businesses and could significantly reduce its carbon footprint.
He added: "The lighting market - driven by demand for radical energy efficiency improvements and the rapid rise of LEDs - is poised for transformation in the decade ahead."