Lux caught up with Michael Messenger and Jon Potter of Philips Technology to take a look at their newest innovations.
This month in Named and Shamed, we take a look at outdoor lights burning when they don't need to be.
Manual testing might seem like the safe option – until you lose the key for the test switch. ICEL’s Bernard Pratley makes the case for systems that test themselves.
Furniture giant Ikea will eliminate halogen and fluorescent from its shelves across the world. This and more in the latest edition of our Lux Today newscast.
In our latest Lux Today newscast, the Paris Metro is looking into transmitting internet via its LED lights; and find out what happened when lighting was improved on crime-ridden New York housing projects - you'll be surprised.
Shakespeare’s First Folio and the Gutenberg Bible are among the literary treasures lit by tiny bespoke LED spotlights in this newly refurbished library at Oxford University.
Lux's technical editor Alan Tulla shows three different ways you can save energy in an existing corridor without compromising on the quality of the lighting.
Will cooperation between lighting companies be harnessed for the common good? Or will commercial self-interest kill it off? We talk to Nils Erkamp, a leading proponent of collaborative development.
With NHS budgets under growing pressure, it is becoming increasingly important to reduce costs in non-clinical areas so that funding can be channelled into patient care.