Smart lighting systems allow your home's lighting to be centrally controlled remotely from any room - or even when you're away from home. Lights can be turned on and off or automated to come on or switch
off at set times. They can be synced to your home's light levels, for example, turning off at sunrise and coming back on at dusk.
Some smart lighting symptoms are even capable of detecting motion and altering the lighting in your home accordingly - switching lights off after you leave a room. Light systems can also be customised for
different moods and activities, for example, you might have one light setting for working during the day and another for relaxing in the evening.
Smart lighting isn't just a futuristic gimmick. Giving people total control over their lighting needs can actually help to significantly
reduce a household's energy consumption
and lower its electricity bills.