World Innovation and Technology day celebrated
ISLAMABAD: The World Innovation and Technology Day celebrated across the globe including Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Special demonstrations on connected lighting, the Internet of Things (IoT) and human centric lighting were created to allow visitors a glimpse into how lighting is turning Sci-fi into reality.
The event was organised by Philips that was attended by media persons from around the globe, said a message received on Monday.
The event featured extraordinary displays and new products which will transform how we use lighting and its role in quality of life in age where IoT has changed the way we consume data.
With a global focus on sustainable development and better use of resources, communities throughout the world are now undergoing a shift in trends dictated by the need forgreater, more efficient and digitally connected lighting.
The integration of IoT with lighting systems in homes, offices and cities allows seamless integration of real time and sensor data as well as easier data sharing. Philips Lighting CEO Eric Rondolat and other prominent company executives addressed reporters to discuss how the company is making use of its expertise for over 100 years to
lead consumers into the future of lighting technology which will take light beyond illumination.
While expressing views on Philips’ rapid advancement in lighting technology, Philips Pakistan CEO Asad Jafar said, “Philips has completely changed the way lighting solutions are used by taking the next step in understanding what modern lighting can do for us. “Our aim is to bring the revolution in lighting technology and Philips is already leading globally to Pakistan and also address the need for energy efficiency in the country through our products and solutions,” he added.