The Irish lighting-as-a-service pioneer UrbanVolt is to start supplying solar panels on a monthly-fee basis.
The prospect of a new generation of ultra efficient luminaires was held out today as a new technical barrier was broken.
State-of-the-art internet-connected lighting is rejuvenating a set of priceless medieval frescoes by the artist Giotto.
The European Union is to spend £4m (€4.3m, US$5.27m) designing a light fitting made up of component parts which can be easily manufactured and disassembled.
The arrival of Bluetooth mesh will transform lighting into part of the IT network and effectively kill the traditional lighting control box, its proponents have claimed.
A German metals company has become one of the first firms in the industrial sector to pay for the replacement of its lighting with LEDs with a monthly fee in a so-called ‘lighting as a service’ contract.
LED iBond, the Danish manufacturer of ultra-minimalistic luminaire LED units, has appointed Light on Line as its London and South East distributor in the UK.
THE BUSINESS case for internet-connected lighting has now been established, the chief of CBRE Global Workplace Solutions Rick Jacobs has stated.
The leading emergency lighting specialist P4 has announced that its founder, Peter Warner, died suddenly on Monday 8 January following a suspected heart attack.
A DANISH hospital is experimenting with saturated colour in its operating theatre in a bid to reduce the fatigue of surgeons and nurses and improve visual comfort during critical medical procedures.