Lux Awards 2015: the winners!

Lux Awards 2015: the winners!

The lighting world's top manufacturers, boldest clients, coolest technologies and most awe-inspiring installations have been honoured at the Lux Awards 2015.

Are you ready for Li-Fi?

Are you ready for Li-Fi?

In the office of the future, the luminaires won’t just provide light, they’ll also provide your internet connection.

Los Angeles boosts mobile network via streetlights

Los Angeles boosts mobile network via streetlights

Los Angeles is the world’s first city to deploy Philips’ SmartPole streetlighting with built-in 4G LTE wireless technology from Ericsson. The move will see 100 SmartPoles used to improve network performance in dense urban areas.

Three ways to control lighting in offices

Three ways to control lighting in offices

Buildings change. Open-plan offices become cellular or a new tenant wants to change the office layout and lighting. Controls can be used to get the most out of the lighting in a building throughout its life.

Are LEDs ready for road tunnel lighting?

At a special Lux Review conference on road tunnel lighting in association with Holophane and Carandini, experts explored issues including LEDs, controls and driver safety in tunnels

Farraway on board as ambitious Cree targets European growth

Farraway on board as ambitious Cree targets European growth

Lux catches up with Nick Farraway in his first month in the newly-created post of vice president and general manager for Cree Lighting in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Expect new products as Cree sets sights on expansion beyond US.

Three ways to light a furniture store

Three ways to light a furniture store

Furniture shops and other out-of-town retail outlets are large spaces, often with high ceilings, sometimes with roof lights. Conventional spotlights or under-shelf lighting just won’t do because they don’t have sufficient light output. The challenge is to light a large space, to a decent level of illumination, and still make it attractive.

Munich subway lighting is just the ticket

Munich subway lighting is just the ticket

An innovative LED solution is at the heart of a renovated mezzanine floor at Marienplatz subway and metro station in Munich, Germany. The newly-designed intermediate storey of the station opened this Monday.

LuxLive: Hot topics up for debate

LuxLive: Hot topics up for debate

The panel discussions at LuxLive are always one of the highlights of the show. This year is no exception, with top experts on hand to thrash out the big issues of the day. Don’t miss out, register to attend LuxLive at luxlive.co.uk/register - it's FREE!

‘Dual use’ causing WEEE confusion

‘Dual use’ causing WEEE confusion

New rules in the WEEE Regulations are causing confusion among the lighting industry. The Environment Agency has written to lamp producers, insisting that recycling data is correctly reported.