Shops could be leaning on a lamppost for savvy sales insights as part of a smart city initiative.
Furniture giant Ikea will eliminate halogen and fluorescent from its shelves across the world. This and more in the latest edition of our Lux Today newscast.
Lux Today reports on Cooper Lighting's massive fluorescent recall in the US. The sector's major stories in a three-minute news wrap.
Plus: the underground farm that uses LED lighting to grow salad for London's top restaurants, and spy lights: cool or creepy?
The country's buildings cost $200 billion a year to power. DOE aims to slash that and the carbon emissions.
Home country CEO wants to spruce up the look. With 4,500 stores in the US alone, that's a lot of spruce. Could data via LED lights be part of the plan?
Picks up ByteLight to help pursue the next big thing in retail as Target and others start using smart lights to transmit key material to shoppers based on their location in the aisles. 'Visible light communication' poised for takeoff.
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.