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Ensure Compliance of Emergency Lighting Fixtures with IoT Verification

Ensuring the health and safety of your facility has never been more important.

How can you verify your systems are safe and functioning properly while improving compliance and reducing costs? Emergency light testing provides an efficient and cost-effective way to confirm that exit signs will illuminate during emergencies and while reducing facility compliance burdens. In this session, learn more about the latest Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled lighting verification solutions and how they can be automated with your building management systems.

 

Watch this webinar to learn about the latest in smart environments and IoT lighting technology from industry experts to include:

  • Smart environments and the evolution of these technologies
  • Technologies available for implementation: Emergency Light Testing
  • Fund your Projects with Efficiency as a Service (EaaS)
 

 

Presenter
Aakash Chandarana, General Manager, IoT Solutions, EMC

As general manager of the IoT Solutions business unit, Aakash leads product development and delivery capabilities to help customers realize the value of their existing investments and understand, navigate and implement smart building and IoT technologies. He holds degrees in business management and biology as well as a law degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Presenter
Ben Wright, Product Manager, IoT Solutions, EMC

Ben Wright is a product manager with the IoT Solutions business unit for LED Lighting + Technology conversion systems and services provider EMC. Ben and his team are focused on driving value through emerging lighting technologies, as well as developing new products for the market. Ben has a bachelor’s degree in environmental design from Montana State University School of Architecture.

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