Axis Lighting is an Integrated Solution Partner with Armstrong® Ceiling and Wall Solutions. Together we make it easier for architects, designers and contractors to design and install integrated ceilings using compatible, high-performance components.
From patient-controlled pillow speakers that communicate with nurse call systems, to wall switches controlled by the care providers, Axis has partnered with trusted industry leaders to tie the patient room into the overall healthcare operating system.
Partnering for the future
As an independent luminaire manufacturer, we have no bias when it comes to digital lighting technologies. Our advanced connected lighting expertise covers wireless sensing, PoE, VLC and LiFi. We partner with all types of connected solutions brands – Enlighted, Creston, Igor, Lutron, Molex and others – to support our customers.
Axis Lighting is a proud partner with BIOS Lighting. Its SkyBlue® technology creates environments that improve alertness and promote better sleep, health and well-being. Bios is available in BalancedCare overbed luminaires.
Formed in 1996, the Lighting Industry Resource Council (LIRC) exists to provide a framework within IALD for enhanced communication between professional lighting designers and manufacturers and to create an environment conducive to the collaborative improvement of products, services, business practices and lighting design education.
Illuminating Engineering Society (IES)
Axis Lighting is a Platinum Sponsor of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), the lighting industry’s primary standards organization. IES promotes high-quality, energy-efficient lighting products in collaboration with a variety of industry partners and is an accredited Standards Development Organization (SDO) under American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
The Mount Sinai Light and Health Research Center (LHRC)
Axis Lighting is a member of the Light and Human Health Partnership of the Mount Sinai Light and Health Research Center. This partnership is a collaboration among industry professionals to enable the broad adoption of lighting for human health. Being part of the Icahn School of Medicine affords the LHRC unique opportunities to advance the science of light through research studies, education, and demonstrations that shape future applications.