CES 2020: Smart home lighting that learns, senses and reacts to users

03 January 2020
The unified light panels will debut at CES 2020. Source: Nanoleaf

Smart lighting vendor Nanoleaf is set to demonstrate its intelligent lighting system for homes at the upcoming CES 2020.

The Learning series is smart home lighting that learns, senses and reacts to users’ needs, minimizing any need for adjustments and manual controls. The modular light panels are connected to a network of sensors and intelligent learning algorithms that allow the system to learn from a homeowner’s behavior to set the right light.

The U-IQ algorithms allow the system to shift, adapt and grow as schedules and preferences change.

Nanoleaf said it plans to introduce a line of interoperable unified light panels, which are modular smart lights with shape interconnectivity. The first of this line will feature a touch-reactive unified hexagon with interconnectivity capabilities that allow users to create different configurations from geometric layouts to replicas of shapes or characters.

The six-sided hexagon lighting is slated to launch later this year.

CES 2020 takes place Jan. 7-10 in Las Vegas.

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