Test Your Interoperability IQ

March 12, 2024
Take this four-question quiz to see how much you know about networked lighting controls and interoperability.

Increasingly, building systems must be able to cooperate and communicate with each other to achieve higher operational efficiencies and energy savings. This ability to exchange actionable information between building systems is known as “interoperability.” For networked lighting controls (NLC), interoperability creates value-added insights and solutions that benefit stakeholders ranging from building owners and operators to lighting contractors, designers, and utilities. 

Take this short quiz to see what you know about this key enabler of energy savings and a myriad of other benefits.

About the Author

Levin Nock

Levin Nock is Senior Technical Manager for the DesignLights Consortium.

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