Locations are new lighting control zone areas you create within your specific site or building.
Locations can be large spaces, like floors in a building, mid-size areas like conference rooms and office spaces, or small spaces like individual desks. Locations can be created for individual fixtures or light groupings.
You can also add sublocations for smaller spaces or more customization. For example, you can configure occupancy and daylight harvesting specific to sublocation.
Devices in sublocations are always considered to be inside the parent location and cannot be tagged into two sublocations. However, a device can be configured to act as if it is in two sublocations with motion linking, which enables users to adopt the motion group from an adjacent location to optimize the use of sensors and/or improve fault tolerance.