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.

Lighting cuts energy use at Mövenpick Hotel Doha

Lighting cuts energy use at Mövenpick Hotel Doha

Low-energy lighting and controls have helped the Mövenpick Hotel Doha achieve Green Globe environmental certification for the fourth year running. The hotel achieved an outstanding score of 85% against accredited criteria.

Barclaycard Arena gets lighting revamp

Barclaycard Arena gets lighting revamp

Lighting designer LAPD has devised a lighting scheme for both the interior and exterior lighting at the £26 million redevelopment of the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham.

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.

Hole in one: lighting drives night play at leading golf course

Hole in one: lighting drives night play at leading golf course

Golfers can now play one of the world’s top courses at night thanks to lighting from Philips. The Montgomerie Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort in Antalya, Turkey – home of the Turkish Airlines Open – has installed the latest connected lighting technology to allow play after sunset.

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.