Applications editor John Bullock assesses the refurbishment of the lighting at the Argos headquarters in Milton Keynes.
High street stalwart Debenhams has installed colour-tuneable lighting in the changing rooms at one of its latest stores.
The high street retailer Claire’s is cutting its energy by a staggering 96 per cent by controlling smart lights over standard cables.
The extremely low light levels in Hollister stores appear to have a solid basis in science and could be a factor in the US teen fashion brand’s success, according to a new report.
A trial of connected lighting at a French hypermarket has led to a dramatic increase in sales from customers who used the app.
Allan Murray is engineering project manager at upmarket supermarket Waitrose, part of Britain's largest employee-owned retailer, the John Lewis Partnership. The brand has 352 branches across the country and a 5 per cent share of the grocery market, making it the sixth-largest grocery retailer in the UK.
Internet-connected lighting could help parents track children in supermarkets; it could assist jet-lagged travellers adjust quickly to new time zones; it could find meeting rooms, desks and colleagues in large workplaces; it could tell retail assistants and their customers the real-time back-of-house stock; and it could personalise lighting automatically by detecting a user’s smartphone.
American retail giant Target has rolled out its lighting-based indoor-positioning technology to 27 million users of its app.
Sales at stores of the American fashion brand Guess in Switzerland have been boosted by its connected lighting, the suppliers have claimed.
In the run-up to the first Lux connected lighting conference, a Lux team took a stroll down Oxford Street to assess the state of UK retail lighting.