Engineers believe they have found a ‘killer application’ for Li-fi: aeroplanes.
London-based Teucer is a well-established company specialising in LED strip and extrusions. It offers a wide range of high-quality LEDs in a variety of colours, tunable whites and various wattages to commercial and high-end residential customers.
A comprehensive lighting control system at the recently-opened Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College in London has increased energy efficiency and allowed the maintenance team to monitor and change the lighting using just a smartphone.
This year’s LuxLive 2019 exhibition will feature a raft of new and regular exhibitors, including familiar names and challenger brands, many with exciting and innovative technologies.
Prolonged exposure to blue light, such as from LED lighting and devices such as mobile phones, could be affecting your longevity, even if it’s not shining in your eyes, new research shows.
A Bluetooth lighting system designed by Star Wars cinematographer Peter Suschitzky is illuminating works by Rembrandt at a leading London gallery.
The Rembrandt’s Light exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery features 35 of the Old Master’s greatest paintings, etchings and drawings and marks the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death in 1669.
The ability of wireless control platforms and protocols to work seamlessly between different suppliers and manufacturers is set to be top of the agenda when industry experts and technologist meet at next month’s LuxLive 2019 in London.
UK streetlight controls specialist Telensa has teamed up with Eaton Lighting to work together to deliver connected lighting for so-called ‘smart city’ applications.