A trial of connected lighting at a French hypermarket has led to a dramatic increase in sales from customers who used the app.
The world’s smartest university has become a showcase for IoT lighting – and there isn’t a light switch in sight.
Philips Lighting is set to launch a strategy targeting internet-connected and solar-powered lighting and key lamp categories today.
Over a decade on from the arrival of the LED in architectural lighting, luminaire designers are returning to pure forms and simple lines which allow seamless integration into architectural environments. Here Ray Molony previews the key trends in design from this month’s Light + Building exhibition in Frankfurt.
A team of Lux and industry experts have been assembled to give their verdicts on the innovations from next week’s Light + Building exhibition in Frankfurt in a special webcast.
UK broadband and cable TV provider Virgin Media has cut the energy used for lighting at a technical centre by 99 per cent using a combination of LEDs, power line communications and cloud-based management, claims the supplier.
Tracking assets in a building using the lights is taking a major step closer this month as major supplier Osram unveils a simplified version of the technology.
The new TM-30 metric for measuring colour is better than the standard colour rendering index, says the US government.
The owner of a hotel in Yorkshire, England, has been fined over £50,000 for fire safety offences, including a failure to monitor and maintain the emergency lighting.