A wireless control network encompassing 15,000 luminaires is set to turn the City of London into a ‘smart city’.
UK streetlight controls specialist Telensa has teamed up with Eaton Lighting to work together to deliver connected lighting for so-called ‘smart city’ applications.
Lighting is set to play in crucial role in the passenger experience at Beijing’s new £9 billion airport, which opens this month.
The installed lighting load at Liverpool Street railway station in the City of London has been halved after the metal halide high bay luminaires were replaced.
More details have emerged this month of the central lighting concept of the new £15 billion Crossrail project in London, a powerful 58,000 lumen uplight on a totem pole.
Network Rail is poised to undertake innovative research into how platform and station lighting can be used to help deter people from committing suicide on the railways, a panel discussion heard at LuxLive 2018.
North America’s biggest roll-out of smart LED street lights is set to turn Montréal into a so-called ‘smart city’ with potential applications such as snow and flood detection, pollution monitoring and waste management.
Eight 100-year-old street lights in central London are set to enter the 21st century when they are fitted with LED light sources in the coming weeks.
The winner of the contract to illuminate London’s iconic bridges as part of the ambitious Illuminated River project, has been revealed.