Integrity in Lighting

  SunTracker is a precision toolmaker.

The tools that SunTracker creates are lighting design software tools for architecture, horticulture, entertainment and health.

These tools have been created and refined over the past 30 years, and have become an industry standard in North America and parts of Europe.



 Healthcare, Architectural, Horticulture
 All Lighting
 All Lighting
Cerise365 and DAYSIM

Cerise365 and DAYSIM

Cerise365™ and DAYSIM are daylighting analysis software programs that perform climate-based annual daylight simulations, including the calculation of annual daylight metrics. This white paper compares their performance in terms of accuracy and calculation times....

Specifying LED Colors for Horticultural Lighting

Specifying LED Colors for Horticultural Lighting

When the first high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps were introduced in the late 1960s, they were quickly adopted by commercial greenhouse operators as a means of providing supplemental electric lighting. This made it economically possible to grow vegetables and flowers...

Our Food Security:

Recent public health events have highlighted the need for food security in local communities. In northern (and less hospitable) climates like Canada long term, year round food growth will depend on indoor facilities such as greenhouses, vertical farms (plant factories), and hybrid facilities. Proper lighting is critical for these facilities to successfully produce the necessary quality and quantity of food to sustain the population at a reasonable cost. SunTracker has developed CAD modelling tools to allow the horticultural industry to assess and specify the most efficient and effective commercial lighting for the horticulture industry, lighting that is critical for the sustainability of food security.

COVID-19 – A Message from SunTracker

The novel Coronavirus COVID-19, the associated health of friends and family is at the forefront of everyone’s thoughts at this time. We are taking efforts to protect our clients, research partners, and our team. Our goal is to ensure a healthy environment for all. As such, our team will continue to work remotely to serve our clients and research partners virtually, and we will continue to operate online and through other media. Technical support will be unchanged as we adopt to the realities of increased self isolation and potential quarantine. You may continue to contact us through email and telephone, and we will respond accordingly. If you have questions please contact our VP Communications and Marketing:

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SunTracker’s Senior Scientist, Ian Ashdown’s

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