A team of six engineers conduct round-the-clock tests on some 450 LED panels at Gooee's test centre in Florida, measuring 3,400 individual data points. This year alone, they’ve taken 150,000,000 readings
IN AN UNMARKED concrete warehouse on a dusty industrial zone by the side of Interstate 275 in Florida lurks one of the lighting industry’s most remarkable facilities.
Inside, six white robots continuously patrol the cavernous black space, monotonously and mesmerisingly following white lines painted on the floor. Mounted above them are 450 of what look like ordinary LED light panels.
But these lights, mounted on 50 two-and-half metre high test rigs, are probably the most analysed fixtures on the planet.
A team of six engineers conduct round-the-clock tests on the units, measuring 3,400 individual data points. This year alone, they’ve taken 150,000,000 readings.
This extraordinary building, at an undisclosed address, is where the internet-connected future of lighting is being created.
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