Healthcare 2019-09-16T15:12:52+00:00


Human Centric Lighting 
Light-based regulation of circadian rhythms has the potential to significantly improve human health and wellbeing. Control algorithms based on established circadian dynamics from clinical study-data are instrumental in the implementation of circadian-regulating lighting. LESA research explores opportunities to utilize advanced lighting systems and associated health applications to address issues related to sleep disorders, shift worker fatigue, jet lag, and human health and wellbeing. Research in this capacity continues to address, define, and refine the role of the precise light spectrum, intensity, and timing on patient outcomes.

Patient Safety & Protection System
LESA’s precise pattern recognition methodology led to the development of extremely robust algorithms that enable ‘Indoor LIDAR’ sensors to detect the precise location of occupants instantly and respond to changes with a low-cost integrated sensor platform.
The Indoor LIDAR platform uses the speed of light to measure distances between a sparse network of sensors and objects or occupants in any space at any time. It provides an inexpensive and discrete solution in places where monitoring occupants is an important function of a facility such as hospitals, eldercare facilities, nursing homes, day cares or, and long-term or assisted living centers.

Illuminating Engineering Society
LESA Education Showcase 
Control Systems for Circadian Rhythm video

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