Sacramento, Calif. August 22, 2022—McWong International, a leading innovator in Bluetooth® mesh technology, has been recognized by the Integrated Lighting Campaign, along with project partners MRA Group and Luminosity Lighting Associates and technology partner Silvair, for Advanced Use of Lighting and Controls for the Spring House Innovation Park project located just outside Philadelphia.
The ILC is a collaborative effort between DesignLights Consortium (DLC), International Facility Management Association (IFMA), Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), Lighting Controls Association (LCA), interNational Association of Lighting Management Companies® (NALMCO®), and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), which provides participants with guidance, technical assistance, and access to resources, as well as recognition for innovative lighting projects. The recognition was announced at the IES Annual Conference on August 20, 2022.
Blane Goettle, Executive Vice President, notes, “The Spring House Innovation Park project is the first large-scale application of Bluetooth wireless mesh lighting controls in an outdoor setting. The project presented numerous challenges, with the mesh network encompassing outdoor lighting for the entire 133-acre campus. We were extremely fortunate to work with such professional partners as L2A and MRA Group to implement a successful solution and are honored to receive recognition from the ILC for this work.”
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For 35+ years, McWong has produced superior lighting controls and related electrical power and protection components. Today, McWong has engineered IoT solutions for today’s rapidly changing marketplace. With advanced design and manufacturing facilities, McWong offers extensive component choices for OEMs as well as robust solutions for contractors, ESCOs and facility managers. More information about McWong can be found at www.mcwonginc.com.