Blue Iris Labs™ is a pioneer in the precise measurement and control of spectral, biological, and circadian lighting systems in real places. Our dual mission is to use lighting to improve health, and increase efficiency in environments.
Blue Iris Labs is the first and only company to provide a system to precisely measure spectral intensity in order to report on photopic, biological and circadian light levels with easy-to-install in-room spectral sensors.
Now researchers have a new tool to explore how light spectrum can impact real-world environments.
Our products are:
Secure, cloud-connected sensors stream real-time data analytics.
Measure full spectral power distribution (SPD) and key lighting metrics (lux, CCT, CRI, CS, EML, and more).
Less costly than a spectrometer.
Each sensor contains a mini-spectrometer.
Battery powered, Thread or Zigbee connected.
See a sample of our Data Dashboard
Blue Iris Labs’ has been funded by the NIH (National Institutes of Health) to develop these systems and conduct clinical trials with them.
Additional trials are being conducted by the Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine (OHSU), the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).
“Over the past years, we have worked on several research scopes with the Blue Iris team as they have refined their technology. I think the latest wireless sensor, with added spectral data, a form factor, and communication strategy that makes it easy to deploy, could be a very useful research tool for lighting measurements in conjunction with costlier lab-grade photometric meters.”
– Jordan Shackelford, Senior Scientific Engineering Associate, FLEXLAB at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Soon, you will be able to order a demo kit to evaluate how easily, accurately and affordably you can measure key lighting metrics in your spaces. Each demo kit comes with: