Bios Lighting

Natural light is the essence of life itself, a biological necessity for the growth and well-being of plants and humans alike. At BIOS, we create biological lighting solutions that bring the natural brilliance of the outdoors where it’s needed most—for human health, plant growth, and beyond.

Easy-To-Install and Clean: BIOS Icarus® LED lighting solutions come fully assembled and feature industrial grade construction and durability. They are also easily cleaned for optimal (maximum) light output over time.

Spectrally Optimized: Scientifically optimized broad spectrum that maximizes photosynthesis and plant growth while also providing for a very comfortable visual experience that allows for ideal conditions for crop assessment.

Energy Efficient: The Icarus® LED family is spectrally optimized to improve overall plant health and increase yield while providing a high output, energy efficient solution for all your lighting needs.


Icarus® Li 8 bar

The Icarus® Li LED Grow Light has an optimized broad spectrum that maximizes photosynthesis and plant growth while also providing the ideal conditions for a comfortable visual experience, superior PAR efficacy, and accurate crop assessment.

Icarus® Ti2

The BIOS Icarus® Ti2 LED grow lights offer maximum light output in a minimal footprint and durable form factor to boost crop production for greenhouse or indoor top light growing environments. The BIOS biology first approach allows for a scientifically engineered spectrum that maximizes photosynthesis and growth.


Engineered for science, this unique industrial grade fixture fills the need for a small footprint, high output, energy-efficient, and cost-competitive option for either sole-source lighting for indoor farms or sunlight supplementation for greenhouse production.

Icarus® Gi2

Engineered for science, this optimized industrial grade LED fixture is unique in that it meets the demanding requirements for commercial crop production with superior performance, energy efficiency, durability, and competitive cost that is lacking in the LED grow light market today.


Sean Tegart, President

An experienced global executive, Sean Tegart has participated and presented in numerous panels and events regarding business strategy, marketing trends and global expansion. Sean has worked with several Fortune 100 companies including Anheuser-Busch, Robert Bosch GmbH, Weber-Stephen Products and at equity-backed Lighting Science Group. He holds an MBA in Management, Strategy and Marketing from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and a BSBA from the University of Denver. Passionate and pragmatic, Sean understands what it takes to create products and services benefiting the environment while also providing significant business-growth opportunities.

Robert Soler, VP Biological Technologies and Research

Robert Soler leads the Human Biological Technologies and Research at BIOS. Prior to his work with BIOS, his most prominent work was with Kennedy Space Center, where he helped design and build the first LED light for use on the International Space Station (ISS) and collaborated with scientists to use LED light for photo biological purposes in space. Robert’s years of experience as an electrical and lighting engineer have led him to become an inventor of 73 issued patents in the U.S. He has authored several published papers on light and its use for air and water disinfection and for human health benefits, with an emphasis on its use in spaceflight applications. After his work at NASA and before joining BIOS, he led the research team in the development of the ISS photobiologically corrected white light that is responsible for circadian entrainment of astronauts and the spectrally tunable adaptable light that manipulates spectrum based on its surrounding environment. He holds a Master of Science degree from the Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the premier master’s level graduate degree offered in the lighting field and is finishing a PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of California, San Diego.