CytexOne Transforms Miami Hotels with Cost-cutting Solutions
The first light-emitting diode was invented in 1962, but it took many years before the improved lighting technology hit mainstream use. Now, the global LED market has hit $4.8 billion, and it shows no sign of stopping such growth-rate in the future. The largest adoption of LEDs has been in commercial spaces such as office buildings and factories, but recently, hotels have begun to take advantage of the benefits of LED lighting. Is it time for your Florida hotel to embrace the energy efficiency and design versatility of hotel lighting control? Continue reading to find out.