The world we live in is changing as a result of the Internet of Things (IoT). In order to understand precisely how we interact with products, services, and our environments, we are currently connecting and monitoring complex streams of data.


One major advantage is that having access to such powerful technology can enable improved safety standards because people can now remotely install, manage, and operate entire emergency lighting systems with the click of a button, or the touch of a screen.


Emergency lighting is crucial in both residential and commercial structures for a safe exit during an unplanned emergency. Such fittings serve as a vital fail-safe and guaranteed source of safe lighting in situations where an emergency evacuation may be necessary.


Let's look at the top 3 benefits of implementing smart Emergency Lighting into your workplace below:


1. Improved safety


In the commercial and industrial sectors, emergency lighting plays a crucial and life-saving part of safeguarding your workplace. Emergency lighting will offer illumination in the event of a main power supply breakdown for whatever cause, allowing occupants to safely exit the building by providing clear directions to the nearest safety exit route..


Therefore, any emergency lighting employed for serious situations must be efficient and fit for purpose. Emergency lighting must be properly maintained and tested on a regular basis in order to be effective too. Intelligent or "smart" emergency lighting can offer even more reliability and clarity as they can identify whether the issue is with the battery, light source, or charger from the dashboard overview.


2. Self charging capabilities


With any smart emergency lighting there will, in most cases, be a rechargeable battery that is included within. This meaning that outlets are able to charge when the main power source is there, and lighting turns on automatically when the main power supply is not present.


An excellent self-charging feature on intelligent emergency lighting systems makes sure the battery doesn't overcharge while still providing an adequate illumination source.


3. Self testing capabilities


An autonomous self-testing function is a characteristic of an intelligent emergency lighting system. They have a microprocessor chip inside that can be configured to carry out several tests to ensure that the backup battery and bulb are operating as they should.


This function eliminates the requirement for manual testing of an emergency lighting system, reducing the possibility of human error greatly. Although normal site upkeep is still necessary, this reduces the amount of time needed to carry out routine testing.




If you are interested in the implementation of smart emergency lighting in your workplace, get your FREE consultation now with Promptus Ltd, by visiting our homepage or contacting us via email at: info@promptusltd.com.


Even prior to the pandemic, there was a consistent trend toward IoT-enabled workspace design and smart buildings. Widespread office closures and lockdowns, which made workplace operations more remote than ever and forced meetings to be held online, using Zoom and Microsoft Teams.


It has been plainly evident ever since the first widespread lockdowns that work and the workplace will never be quite the same again. Now more than ever, the importance of linked systems and the IoT applications that allow companies to achieve workplace flexibility, safety, efficiency, and differentiation, however, is unquestionable.


The pandemic and the necessity to adapt to a post-pandemic reality have not invalidated the patterns that were anticipated before March 2020. Instead, some have been accelerated since businesses can no longer put off implementing the smart workplace features in their building.


The objective of an IoT solution is to connect assets, processes, and environments in a building using capabilities such as sensor networks. Building managers can utilize that understanding to adjust the system automatically or to send out notifications depending on operational occurrences or environmental measures.



If you'd like us to support you on your journey to making your workplace a "smart" one, get your FREE consultation now with Promptus Ltd, by visiting our homepage or contacting us via email at: info@promptusltd.com.


A system of sophisticated and powerful wireless sensors and more, developed by our R&D experts, have enabled us to deploy a diverse and innovative range of solutions for businesses.

As well as this, we've listed below some use cases for the workplace, that when implemented, turn your regular building into a smart building, transforming how you operate.


Here are some examples of how our technology can be applied to create smarter, more environmentally friendly buildings:


Energy efficiency


Quick energy consumption optimization is possible with complete visibility into temperature, occupancy, open doors and windows, building use, and water waste. Buildings can easily become more sustainable when minor operational and behavioural improvements are made.


Remote monitoring


Our sensors provide comprehensive remote monitoring of structures and assets and more. Our sensors can do almost any type of informative monitoring that you desire. Whether it be tracking assets, regulating water temperature, humidity, and more. All of this will then result in the sending of data alerts before any issues have the chance to arise.


Safe water systems


Our method eliminates the need for an engineer to travel to multiple locations, manually flushing each faucet and checking the temperature to avoid legionella. Save energy used, time while driving, and water consumption with our Legionella Management services.


Cold storage


Our sensors can be used in refrigeration machines, chiller room doors, and supermarket shelf shutters too. With the information collected, this will help you save on energy loss overnight, whilst lowering food wastage.


Occupancy sensors


Employers and office managers may effectively estimate and assign space capacity by understanding employee working behaviours. This frequently results in downsizing and improved space utilisation, which can reduce an office's carbon footprint by as much as 30% or more.


All of the above solutions are huge for businessses that are looking to reach their net zero goals.




If you'd like us to help support you in your goal of becoming more sustainable as a business using the power of IoT, get your FREE consultation now with Promptus Ltd, by visiting our homepage or contacting us via email at: info@promptusltd.com.