What Can Smart Lighting Control
Help Users Achieve
The Case to Answer You!


Lighting controls are devices and systems that support visual needs and energy management. On the network, each control point has its own unique address, which can be assigned to control strategies and schedules individually or in groups.

In the project, where an operator can operate the software, centralizing the system at the building level can produce significant additional capabilities such as measuring and monitoring, ongoing management and tuning, location-based services, and a path for building systems integration.

But the most important thing is data collection. By centralizing the system, all sensor and energy data is fed to a server or the Cloud for analysis via software. Measuring and monitoring enables highly detailed energy information, automated system response, automated maintenance alerts, and generation of data beyond lighting, such as occupancy that can be used for new value-added services such as space utilization. By adding Bluetooth nodes to luminaires, we also gain the potential for indoor positioning services such as asset tracking.

While smart indoor lighting controls are usually the easiest to implement, commercial and industrial lighting controls need to be very secure and stable -- You don't want to be without light when you're working.


Lighting control has been shown to reduce energy consumption by an average 47 percent, in contrast with traditional LED lighting. Whether it is in new or retrofitted buildings, it can prove its value through various benefits and energy savings. Despite its value, it becomes more challenging due to the size and cost of the usually commensurate LED load being controlled, unless rebates are available.

SO, HOW DO WE USE lighting control in buildings? HOW TO BENEFIT the vested interests that use it?

--Let's see what lighting controls can do for PARKING LOTS.

Richard is the owner of a large parking facility and has a garage and parking lot. He facilitates parking for people. But he's been plagued by huge problems. The key to Richard's headache is that different functional spaces have the same and single lighting effect:

  • A lane temporarily empty of cars;
  • Public walkways that are temporarily empty;
  • Exit/entrance lighting that cannot automatically adapt to outdoor lighting causing vertigo;
  • Because parking facilities are huge, it takes a lot of time for personnel to patrol and operate the equipment status and maintenance.

He chose the cost-effective Morstar intelligent system for his lighting control. The solution allows him to check the equipment information in real time by logging into the SaaS background or APP, and intelligently control and manage the parking facilities. "Car/people come, 100% light", "Car/people go, 30% light", remove invalid lighting, and can use zoning, timing, induction, scene mode and other settings, in improving the quality of lighting at the same time to achieve energy saving.

You can see the data platters of all the devices, and you can track the building's occupancy and energy use. Richard can change the program on his laptop or iPad to adjust the energy efficiency measures as needed. Meanwhile, Richard wants to ensure that his users never need to think about the lighting, so he wants to be alerted immediately if any lights underperform or malfunction. The system identifies malfunctioning lights and alerts them. The system also identifies when lighting is reaching its end of life and should be replaced.

Being connected to the Cloud (You can also not upload the data, see the gatewayless solution), Richard’s system can work with a variety of manufacturers and any new technology. He can increase his capacity of data by increasing the number of sensors at each building. He can also add new buildings to his system and even duplicate a design from one building to the next.