Singapore Airport’s new Terminal 4 has opened to acclaim for its lighting, which is technical blend of natural and artificial lighting.
HEATHROW AIRPORT is to conduct a major upgrade of the emergency lighting at Terminal 5, less than 10 years after its opening.
THE USE of coloured lighting to deter social ills such as crime, suicides and anti-social behaviour is no magic bullet, says a senior police officer with expertise in the area.
Blue lights appear to cut crime and suicides, but are the lights directly responsible? If so, why? Or does it merely displace the problem? These are the questions the British Transport Police are investigating.
In an innovative Internet of Things project, cyclists in Manchester are collecting information about the city using Internet-connected bike lights.
Decades after the first widespread commercialisation of LEDs, England has finally installed the solid-state light source on a motorway.
The city of Helsinki has installed internet-connected street lights which find motorists a parking place.
It is not always easy to make a major investment in a project, when it is known that it will only show returns in the distant long term. This is made even more of a wrench when you know that you might not be around to see a project pay back. The limited length of a rail franchise means that operators are sometimes wary of making investments in station infrastructure, such as in the lighting, if it is known that a project won’t pay back before the end of a franchise. Are the length of rail franchises in the UK holding back the development of innovative lighting on the nation's rail network?