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The market for lighting controls in commercial buildings has transformed dramatically in recent years. Demand for local controls such as occupancy sensors and photo sensors, as well as networked controls, is on the rise as adoption rates of LED lighting begin to climb and controls technology improves and becomes less expensive. The traditional lighting companies have begun offering a complete range of lighting control products, from local sensors to building-wide software. Navigant Research forecasts that global revenue from networked lighting control equipment within commercial buildings will grow from $1.7 billion in 2013 to $5.3 billion in 2020.