Reports show how lighting needs vary widely by sector

Reports show how lighting needs vary widely by sector

A series of three reports from analyst IHS has found that the needs for lighting vary greatly by sector. Security is key in transportation, increasing sales is important in retail and the upfront and lifetime costs of installation, energy and maintenance is critical in office environments.

LED lighting at heart of greener Knesset in Israel

LED lighting at heart of greener Knesset in Israel

Israel’s Knesset wants to be the greenest parliament in the world and is busy installing LED lighting, solar photovoltaics, new air conditioning equipment and presence detectors to reduce energy consumption.

School pioneers circadian lighting

Lux Today newscast 9 September 2015: A school in Norway has become the first in the world to pioneer tuneable light that changes to boost wellbeing and improve academic performance

Kosnic Kurve

Kosnic Kurve

Kosnic's Kurve modular luminaire is the company's first UK-designed and manufactured LED fitting, and part of its brand new LED luminaire range. The three lay-in, recessed design is a  retrofit recessed 600x600mm solution, and is ideal for commercial and retail fit-outs.

REVIEWED  LED tape

LED tape

LED tape solves a multitude of lighting problems. Lux's technical editor Alan Tulla tests out four examples.

Cheap LEDs: buyer beware

Cheap LEDs: buyer beware

Potentially fatal LED lamps have been seized at UK borders as authorities try to protect consumers from hazardous products. Emma-Lily Pendleton reports on the real cost of cheap LEDs.

Three ways to light a lift lobby

Three ways to light a lift lobby

Lift lobbies are one of the key public areas in hotels, and it’s worth making a good impression. Alan Tulla explains how.