Inexpensive Wireless Lighting Could Save Money and Cut Greenhouse Gases

Francis Rubinstein with the transceiver of the WiLight wireless lighting-control
January 2007

WiLight is a new wireless lighting control system that dims or switches overhead lighting according to the occupants' preferences, or in response to building-wide demand. Developed by two EETD researchers, Francis Rubinstein and Dennis DiBartolomeo, WiLight was designed to be low cost, to encourage building owners to retrofit facilities for energy efficiency.

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