Two North London landlords have been fined over £30,000 for an absence of emergency lighting and other fire equipment at property they rented in Golders Green.
A fully autonomous wireless Bluetooth mesh technology is being used to control the lighting at a third-level college in Poland.
A Luton property company has been slapped with fine of almost £67,000 for a lack of emergency lighting and other fire safety measures at three properties in the town.
One of the lighting industry’s principal lamp and lamp and luminaire recycling bodies has pleaded guilty to failing to meet its obligations under the law.
Street lighting columns in a London street have been transformed into living green posts to promote biodiversity, purify the air and provide attractive focal points.
Pharmaceutical giant Roche is trialling LED connected lighting and IoT sensors at its office in Grenzach-Wyhlen, Germany.
The organisers of the LuxLive 2019 exhibition and leading lighting manufacturer Signify have unveiled an ambitious new feature for this year’s event to drive adoption of the exciting Sensor Ready (SR) standard.
A state-of-the-art intensive care unit in a Barcelona hospital features lighting whose spectral output can be tuned to exactly match natural daylight.
A park in Seville, Spain is one fo the first in the world to install Signify’s all-in-one solar street lights.
Supermarket lighting with the specially designed ‘light recipes’ can extend the shelf life of cheese by 50 per cent, says Signify.