Bill Lacey was named the new President and CEO of GE Lighting earlier this year. Bill said that GE lighting can't just be satisfied with the service market, but must also lead the market, which means we must focus on innovation and innovation. In view of this, the company has made several major strategic decisions that will strengthen GE Lighting's business in LED and related technologies, laying the foundation for the future.

To take advantage of the opportunities in the current industry shift, Bill announced a second statement to build a new incubation lab, accelerate LED innovation, and create a leading product line. According to the statement, the lab will focus on developing and testing home connectivity technologies, including the creation of GE Lighting Intelligent Nodes, which will begin pilot projects in the second half of this year. The lab will also work with new ecosystem partners to develop intelligent lighting solutions that are both creative and flexible. The lab will be supported by resources from around the world, including GE Lighting's China technical team.

When the LED replacement tide came, the traditional lighting giants had to actively explore the road of transformation, divesting the traditional lighting business, and launching the LED segmentation field to move toward the high end of the LED value chain. Some time ago, GE Lighting announced that it will close two traditional lighting production plants in Lexington, Kentucky, USA in August 2017. In February, GE Lighting decided to phase out CFL (compact fluorescent) bulbs sold in the United States in the next year, replacing them with LED bulbs. The company's spokesperson said in a statement: "In the future, GE Lighting will be fully focused on innovation and LED technology. By 2020, LED lights will account for half of the US market and 80% of global lighting revenue will come from LEDs."

As can be seen from the above statement, similar to Philips Lighting, which is also an international giant, GE Lighting pays more attention to the development of smart internet technology while improving the penetration rate of LED market, and gathers more resources in the industry chain in the process of business transformation. The high-end part of the smart lighting. As one of the key drivers of intelligent lighting, GE Lighting has never stopped exploring intelligent lighting solutions. Whether it is intelligent building lighting or intelligent LED street light network, GE lighting has never stopped in recent years. For example, the intelligent system is integrated into the product, and the remote control of the luminaire is realized through the wireless gateway. With the GE Industrial Internet platform--Predix, the data is collected through components such as sensors, controllers, wireless transmitters and microprocessors. analysis.

And this statement can not help but think of Samsung Electronics, Samsung Electronics announced in 2014 to stop the LED lighting business outside of Korea, in order to achieve a more effective and centralized operating strategy. In recent years, China's LED lighting industry chain enterprises have risen rapidly, and the withdrawal or compression of some major international manufacturers can also provide a better competitive environment for the remaining Chinese LED lighting companies.

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