More granular control over light in public and private spaces.
Colour control and intensity control over lights to actually have an more inviting or hostile environment. Cueing using the lights to drive specific user behaviour and tie them to specific events.
More important than ever to listen to user data as more control and feedback is possible for desired outcomes:
Learning lights as more flexible interfaces allow users to provide input. Lights with wireless, sound input, temperature and intensity sensors to provide feedback and for the system to learn.
Reaching across the business model and changing the business model:
Lights in public spaces and private areas are frequently the victim of business models, in which actual users of the system have no or only a limited voice in the design and use of these systems, but are still key to long term success. Smart lighting can actually help you reach over the walls of the business models and even change the business model to ensure long term success for your lighting systems.
David Edwin, Nordic semiconductor on behalf of Rutronik