Floodlighting stadiums for the world of televised sports may be glamorous but not many of us are lucky enough to have the opportunity.
Dubai is set to roll out a major installation of Wi-Fi-enabled street lights, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has announced.
Vodafone has announced that it is trialling smart internet-connected lighting in Ireland as part of an upgrade of its base stations.
Decades after the first widespread commercialisation of LEDs, England has finally installed the solid-state light source on a motorway.
Have you noticed that petrol stations are no longer dull? They used to be lit with high pressure sodium lamps and everything looked dark orange. A few petrol stations used metal halide lamps which had the advantage of white light but their life was considerably shorter.
TWO local authorities in London are connecting 28,000 LED street lights to wireless mesh controls based on Internet protocols.
The city of Helsinki has installed internet-connected street lights which find motorists a parking place.
What’s believed to be the world’s first public lighting with white colour tuning has been unveiled in a mid-western US town.
In a lecture in London, the winner of the Illuminated River competition, Leo Villareal, has set out his plans to light 17 of London’s main river and rail bridges.
Australia’s seaside city of Newcastle has launched a massive new smart lighting scheme, which is set to form the spine of the city’s expanding and lavish smart city strategy. It is hoped that the project will help to transform Newcastle from a primarily industrial hub, into a city with a broader range of economic foundations.