Breakthrough LED tech unveiled

Quantum dot technology set to be commercialised...European lamp ban goes ahead...and a new lighting show for the Middle East. Lux Today Oct 13 2015 presented by Courtney Ferguson.

Wireless office retrofit cut costs and adds circadian control

Wireless office retrofit cut costs and adds circadian control

A multi-tenant office has become one of the first to be retrofitted with IoT wireless lighting control. The 500 node system - installed in a three storey building in Surrey, England - also features white colour tuning, enabling so-called circadian lighting.

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