As the company name suggests, Lighting Science Group Corporation is a group of businesses that continues to harness the science of lighting, not just to provide illumination, but also to work with the environment and our bodies. The company is one of the leading providers of light emitting diode (LED) lighting technology and continues to diversify its offerings by innovating its current products.
The business is based in Melbourne, Floria and trades publicly on the Over-the-Counter Markets, using the ticker symbol LSCG. Incorporated in June 1988, the business operates several subsidiaries with strong presence across the United States, the Netherlands and in Asia. The offerings of the company are categorized under three major products, namely replacement lamps, luminaires and biological lighting. These products are used both indoors and outdoors and are installed for residential, industrial, commercial and for public infrastructure applications.
The LED replacement lamps of the business are created to fit into existing light fixtures and are intended to replace compact fluorescent, incandescent and halogen lamps. These products shine brighter than the traditional bulbs and lamps that we have been using. Despite the level of its luminance, these lamps remain cost efficient and energy saving. Their products also come with a limited warranty and are tested to survive hundreds of hours of use. Luminaires are mainly used for street lighting, manufacturing areas, warehouses and in other outdoor areas. The company also offers luminaires that make use of solar energy as its power source. Biological lighting is the best innovation of Lighting Science Group. This type of LED lamps allows our bodies to get a restful sleep by syncing with our circadian rhythm. It helps our bodies get into a deep sleep that would greatly aid in our bodies means of rejuvenating after a long day.
For years, the company has been innovating its products to provide the world the best lighting items that would make a difference in how we lead our lives today.