Low Energy Designs are pleased to announce their success in the recent government backed iNets funding competition. The competitions are run to support the innovative use of microelectronics technology in new products and services. They offer support to enable external expertise to be used by a company to innovate, develop and grow.
As a leading UK manufacturer of LED lighting systems, Low Energy Designs are constantly looking towards product development, in line with customer requirements and market changes. Research and development is a key aspect of the business, so entry to the competition seemed a natural step. CEO Alan Parker says, “The award is a great success for the business and will allow us to build on the advanced systems that we already produce”.
Their winning entry is based on a project which will further improve the wireless connectivity of the company’s lighting control systems. Ultimately this will enable greater control and operability of the lighting, which will specifically benefit the end-user. This focus is very much in line with the aim of the business to be both customer and product driven. Alan Parker states, “We firmly believe that innovation is the lifeblood of UK manufacturers like ourselves, and improving technology is what we are all about”.