A luminaire with built-in 5G has been unveiled by Signify.
Signify – the company formerly known as Philips Lighting – has raised the bar on Li-Fi, increasing the maximum speed of its light-based connectivity products by a factor of more than eight.
Some 5,000 commercial buildings will get Internet of Things-connected lighting in a deal signed this week between technology firm Gooee and Dutch property services giant Croonwolter&dros.
A stunning ‘biophiliac’ office on the twelfth floor of London’s Shard skyscraper boosts productivity by up to 20 per cent, according to a University College London study.
The lighting industry has been cautioned not to put commercial sales ahead of the science when it comes to so-called human-centric or circadian lighting.
Dyson has unveiled a ground-breaking task light which matches the characteristics of local daylight.
The unveiling of a high-speed version of Li-Fi has brought the revolutionary technology closer to widespread adoption.