The Philadelphia Convention Center is packed with people attending Lightfair 2013, checking out what’s new in lighting. LEDs blaze coolly on every aisle, and crowds pack the booths. Fulham Lighting Solutions (Booth #2701) is catching attention with its artful trees composed of light fixtures (the artist Chris Bell created the example pictured at left). The company Xeralux has renamed itself Sensity and is debuting its new NetSense platform, which uses sensors and a WiFi network within light products to collect and transmit data. In a parking lot, for example, NetSense can detect empty spaces and direct drivers to them. It can also incorporate security cameras to monitor the space without having a separate system. If you’re in Philly, check it out at Booth #3869. The Expo is open until 6:00 p.m. today and from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. tomorrow.
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