Eaton Lighting demonstrates mindful design with new specification, essential and connected technology solutions for commercial and residential markets

May 21, 2019

Eaton Lighting today announced new technology solutions, mindfully designed to enhance users’ lifestyles by seamlessly integrating into everyday settings. The company will highlight new commercial and residential solutions built in conjunction with companies like Amazon, Microsoft and FilzFelt™ during LIGHTFAIR International, the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting event, being held May 21-23 in Philadelphia.


“Eaton Lighting is continuing to offer world-class lighting performance, with mindfully designed lighting and technology that provide the creative inspiration specifiers need, the technology and functionality that end users want, and the simplicity of installation and commissioning that installers prefer,” said Kraig Kasler, president, Eaton Lighting. “As we step out in a new direction, our combination of proven lighting and business expertise will provide a fresh perspective on the lighting market to allow for continued innovation and industry leadership.”  


During LIGHTFAIR, Eaton Lighting will highlight its solutions for specifiers, distributors, installers and end users – including architects, engineers, facility managers, and homeowners. New technology will be unveiled, including the HALO Home™ Voice downlight which integrates Amazon’s popular Alexa platform on a recessed downlight; the Trellix connected lighting IoT platform, which unlocks the data gathered by intelligent lighting in commercial facilities; and Shaper Sense featuring FilzFelt, offering many creative possibilities for custom designed, acoustically comfortable open spaces. Eaton Lighting will also feature an augmented and virtual reality demonstration at the booth, highlighting how AR and VR technologies can be used to help customers envision how new products will fit in their space.  


At the company’s booth, 901, Eaton Lighting experts will showcase trends and innovations from the Technology Stage and participate in live Q+A sessions after each presentation. Topics presented will include:

  • Mindfully Navigating the Internet of Things – Chief Technology and Engineering Officer Parth Joshi will discuss how Eaton Lighting is future-proofing lighting technology with IoT functionality, augmented and virtual reality capabilities and other advancements at 11:25 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22.
  • The Mindful Design of Trellix – Eric Jerger, general manager, Lighting Systems will highlight Eaton Lighting’s new Trellix advanced connected lighting platform and how it helps unlock the data furnished by connected lighting sensors to improve operational efficiency and occupant experience at 10:45 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22.
  • Asset Tracking – Reduce Costs and Transform Management of Assets in HealthcareVizzia Technologies CEO Andy Halasz will showcase how Vizzia Technologies, a Trellix ecosystem partner, is implementing the Trellix system for asset tracking in healthcare settings to help hospitals streamline costs at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22.
  • Improving Patient Flow in Critical Care and Optimizing Staff Workflow Using Real Time Location Services – Halasz will also present how Vizzia Technologies is utilizing Trellix to implement real time location services in hospitals at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22.


To learn more about Eaton Lighting’s latest technology solutions, visit or visit the Eaton booth at the event, 901.


Eaton Lighting delivers an industry-leading portfolio of innovative lighting solutions for connected buildings, homes and communities, including reliable indoor and outdoor smart lighting and control solutions specifically designed to simplify and personalize lighting for consumers, help solve complex business challenges and leverage data insights to meet customers’ unique needs. Eaton lighting solutions serve a wide range of customers, including architects, engineers, facility managers, municipal leaders, electrical distributors, and contractors in the commercial, industrial, retail, institutional, residential, utility and other markets. For more information, visit