Do I need emergency lighting?

Do I need emergency lighting?

In advance of our upcoming Emergency Lighting Conference, Lux's applications editor, John Bullock, tackles the biggest emergency lighting question of all. 

LED strips take aim at dire pedestrian safety in Singapore

LED strips take aim at dire pedestrian safety in Singapore

Each year there are more than 10,000 traffic accidents in Singapore, many of them involving pedestrians. In response to these figures the Singaporean Land Transport Authority (LTA) has launched a six-month trial to see if LED light strips can improve safety at pedestrian crossings.

Venture launches new lighting catalogue

Venture launches new lighting catalogue

The launch of a new catalogue is always a time for celebration. After all, it’s a statement of intent by the manufacturer that they are promising a wealth of new product and we’re all invited to join in the fun.

Belgian lettuce growers invest in LED to boost production

Belgian lettuce growers invest in LED to boost production

It is increasingly well known that growing crops under LED light can speed up crop production and change, and even improve, the taste and make-up of a plant. But today, as lighting technology impoves, fewer LED lights are required to create the needed light levels, meaning the technology, for the first time, is becoming an increasingly affordable option for farmers.

Lux to analyse the accelerating rail lighting revolution

Lux to analyse the accelerating rail lighting revolution

The railways are changing and lighting is at the forefront of the revolution, at this year’s Lux Lighting for Rail Conference, we intend to tell you the best ways to stay ahead of the curve. From the responsibilities of drivers to the standards that govern the industry, nothing is what it used to be. The challenges that rail operators face are different too. Light pollution, suicide prevention, energy reduction and easing the pressures on drivers are all issues that need to be tackled.

How do I prepare a lighting specification for an international roll-out programme?

How do I prepare a lighting specification for an international roll-out programme?

Our high streets are changing, and this is happening all around the world. The change is being driven by adventurous retailers, their outlets being of all and any size, wishing to create a common visual appearance and a common customer experience from the streets of New York to the streets of Mumbai. If you walk into a store you can feel The Brand. Driven by Brand Managers and Marketers, it falls to the Design team to create a global identity, capable of overcoming the challenges of making the approved design ‘fit’ into physical space all over the world.