A new suspension bridge over China’s famous Yellow River has been illuminated with dynamic colour-changing LED lighting from Philips.
Have you noticed that petrol stations are no longer dull? They used to be lit with high pressure sodium lamps and everything looked dark orange. A few petrol stations used metal halide lamps which had the advantage of white light but their life was considerably shorter.
The port of Nigg – on the north shore of the entrance to the Cromarty Firth in the Scottish Highlands – has over 900 metres of deep water on its quayside and caters for the largest mobile drilling ships in the oil industry.
What’s believed to be the world’s first public lighting with white colour tuning has been unveiled in a mid-western US town.
The London Borough of Camden is to become the first is the UK to trial free public Wi-Fi in a move that is being seen as a step towards it becomng a so-called 'Smart City'.
In a lecture in London, the winner of the Illuminated River competition, Leo Villareal, has set out his plans to light 17 of London’s main river and rail bridges.
Australia’s seaside city of Newcastle has launched a massive new smart lighting scheme, which is set to form the spine of the city’s expanding and lavish smart city strategy. It is hoped that the project will help to transform Newcastle from a primarily industrial hub, into a city with a broader range of economic foundations.
John Bullock, the esteemed chair of Lux's recent Lighting for Horticulture Conference in Eindhoven, takes a look back at the event and considers what was learnt from a day full of discussions.
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.
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.