‘We believe we’re ready to go’ – the words of one of the world’s top scientists about human-centric lighting. But is he right?
The latest technology, standards and protocols for wireless lighting control and IoT connected lighting are set to dominate the conversation at next week’s LuxLive 2019 exhibition as major end users, manufacturers, consultants and designers gather in London.
The University of Oxford has become the latest client to demand ultra low-glare lighting for its latest building project.
A complicated brief to supply luminaires in keeping with the interior of of Grade II* listed City of London building has been achieved.
Leading architectural and building services consultancy Arup has conducted a pilot study at its London office into the behavioural effects of dynamic spectrally-tunable lighting.
The illumination of our workplaces affects occupants much more than we credit, says Simon Thorp of LAPD Lighting Design (https://www.lapd.uk/).
Research which identifies the start of a three-year phase of significant investment in wellbeing across the UK’s built environment sector has been welcomed by the lighting industry.
Pharmaceutical giant Roche is trialling LED connected lighting and IoT sensors at its office in Grenzach-Wyhlen, Germany.