The first long-awaited standard for internet-connect lighting has been unveiled.
Two of the biggest names from the lighting and cellular networking industries — Osram and Nokia — have teamed up to explore the possibility of equipping LED ceiling luminaires with 5G radio chips to transmit data inside commercial building.
Entrepreneur Elon Musk has given the green light to a Bluetooth controlled LED high-bay lighting installation at the Tesla electric car factory.
Draft European regulations will see the effective banning of both tungsten halogen and compact fluorescent as light sources by 2020.
Draft European regulations seen by Lux have raised the possibility of a return to the days of lighting fixtures with replaceable lamps.
A top court has rejected key elements of one of Philips Lighting’s patents on LEDs as ‘unpatentable’.
The jet-lagged lighting designer whose idea for a new app for connected lighting won a top prize at LuxLive has begun work on the concept with top software engineers.