The 'light showers' secret of German ski team's success

How light is contributing to the success of the German national ski team. PLUS: Why GE's Current spent $77 million on an Australian start-up. AND: The dynamic lighting scheme that's wowing a university town. Lux Today newscast for May 3 2016 with Courtney Ferguson.

UAE in massive lighting retrofit of 34,000 buildings

The United Arab Emirates is to install low-energy lighting in 4,000 Government buildings and 30,000 commercial buildings in Dubai. PLUS: Dementia patients get human-centric lighting at a London hospital and we look at Baku's colourful new stadium. Lux Today newscast for April 26 2016 with your host Courtney Ferguson.

Lextar unveils IoT and human-centric lighting innovations

Lextar unveiled a suite of groundbreaking lighting products at Light + Building 2016, including an Internet of Things-connected luminaire, a human-centric lighting system and a fixture with an efficiency of 150 luminaire lm/W. Francis Wong, associate vice president of the lighting business unit, talk us through the developments. A special Lux Report from Light + Building 2016.

Person of the Year revealed in Lux Awards Middle East

The Person of the Year for 2016 has been revealed in the Lux Awards Middle East. PLUS: Featured interview with Lutron chief Michael Pessina. Lux Today newscast for 19 April 2016 is presented by Courtney Ferguson.

Who will buy Philips?

Philips chiefs have a change of heart over sale of historic company. PLUS: In our featured interview, we speak to Land Securities' Iain Trent about why they're betting on connected lighting. Lux Today for Tuesday 12 April is presented by Courtney Ferguson.

Manufacturer's performance claims 'misleading', says court

A court in Germany has ruled that light output claims by a major architectural fixture maker are misleading. PLUS: We preview next week's LuxLive Middle East and interview Lighting Europe chief Diederik de Stoppelaar about data and privacy.

 

Smart lights talk to customers in Dubai supermarket

 

The Middle East's first retail outlet with connected lighting which communicates with customers has been unveiled in Dubai. PLUS: Interview with Nordeon chief Patrick van Rossum. Lux Today newscast for Tuesday 29 March is presented by Courtney Ferguson.

Fagerhult $44m deal to buy LED Linear is 10th in decade

Fagerhult's spending spree continues with a spectacular $44 million swoop on stellar performer LED Linear. PLUS: Philips and Vodafone sign deal which will give telecoms giant access to street lights. Lux Today for Tuesday March 22 with Courtney Ferguson.