After a busy first day, LuxLive opened for its second and last day in London.
Expert speakers, top designers and lighting manufacturers from around the world have been gathering in London ahead of tomorrow’s opening of this year’s LuxLive 2018 exhibition and conference.
Luxbox has announced its LiFePO4 pledge: by 2020, it will no longer use NiCd batteries for emergency lighting. Instead, it will use LiFePO4 batteries.
LUG Lighting is a leading European designer and manufacturer of architectural and infrastructural lighting solutions. It’s the market leader in Poland and is now growing strongly in over 60 international markets, including a new operation in the UK.
The team behind the radical LED relighting of London’s venerable Royal Academy of Arts are gathering at this year’s LuxLive event to share their insights, learnings and challenges from the project.
An innovative photoluminescent emergency lighting product that is self-charging, initially emitting a white light then a wayfinding system for 12-plus hours, has been launched by an Australian research and development company.