The UK’s leading ethical hacker has warned that the lighting industry needs to ‘wake up’ when it comes to Internet of Things (IoT) security, or risk the technology being turned into a Trojan Horse for hackers.
We have seen yet more lurid headlines in the press, reporting that hospital projects built under Private Finance Initiative (PFI) contracts have been condemned as unsafe following inspections of fire protection measures. The stories are being spun as a stick to beat the PFI programme with, but there is a very real issue here for the lighting specifier, contractor and manufacturer.
This year’s Lux Awards will take place at The Intercontinental London: The O2, which opened in January this year. Located on the Greenwich Peninsula, next door to the iconic O2 arena, the nautical themed hotel, which brings to mind the elegant ocean liners of the Twenties and the novels of F.Scott Fitzgerald, boasts five restaurants and bars
The Olympic Games always offer an international stage for lighting manufacturers to show off their wares and this year’s event in Rio was noteworthy for the rise in the use of products from China.
In Lux's latest Design Clinic, technical editor Alan Tulla sets out three alternative ways to light a gymnasium.
The technology behind hit app Pokemon Go looks set to revolutionise the lighting industry. PLUS: Pioneering new smart street lights are able to detect snowfall. AND: New York City gives go ahead for first underground park. Lux Today July 26th 2016.
The Li-fi Centre is to install Li-fi technology at the California Golden State Warriors' new hi-tech sporting home.
Augmented reality, the technology responsible for the hit Pokémon Go app, could be about to change the lighting industry for the better.
This Value Proposition looks at the likely benefits between the popular GU10 halgen lamp and the latest generation of LED GU10 lamps from V-TAC
Summer is here an Design Clinic is going for a swim. But, this being the UK, we visited an indoor pool.