This year marks the final curtain call for Urbis's ZX luminaire, a mainstay of streetlighting for more than 30 years.
Travis Perkins’ giant new warehouse outside Warrington needed lighting that would not dazzle workers, pollute the surroundings or distract drivers on the nearby motorway.
Lux Today reports on Cooper Lighting's massive fluorescent recall in the US. The sector's major stories in a three-minute news wrap.
Plus: the underground farm that uses LED lighting to grow salad for London's top restaurants, and spy lights: cool or creepy?
The people speak: 'Visible light communication' in retail stores like Carrefour and Target is our friend not our foe.
As an electrical engineer at London Underground, Ivan Perre is the man in charge of the Tube's lighting. Lux sat down with Perre to talk LED testing and plans for the future of the Underground.
Lux meets Alexandra Hammond, the woman in charge of environmental impact at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London.
Most luminaire failures can be attributed to the driver. But in the race to reduce costs, driver lifetime is often misrepresented, says Will Gilbert of Solid State Supplies.
All this talk of connected lighting is very exciting. But there's still no mainstream application that's compelling enough to make it a must.