Quality initiative aims to end spec-breaking

Quality initiative aims to end spec-breaking

A new solution to spec-breaking on building projects is being trialled in the UK, which it is hoped can help prevent quality lighting products from being rejected in favour of cheap alternatives.

Danish lighting boss jailed for seven years for £42m fraud

Danish lighting boss jailed for seven years for £42m fraud

The former chief executive of a Danish lighting business that was once feted by the country’s prime minister has been sentenced to seven years in prison for defrauding investors of more than 350 million Danish krone (£42 million, €47 million).

Sensor standard paves way for internet-connected lights

Sensor standard paves way for internet-connected lights

The sharing of Signify’s Sensor Ready standard with the industry will drive adoption of internet-connected lighting and the exciting possibilities and applications it opens up, a senior executive in the company has declared.

Workplace lighting – time to change the rules

Workplace lighting – time to change the rules

Workplaces are changing. They’re becoming more dynamic, more attractive, more in tune with the people that use them. But let’s take a look at how we have previously been lighting our workplaces and see if we can justify this particular change.

How to light a curling rink

How to light a curling rink

Curling rinks may not be in the SLL Code for Lighting 2019, but one UK firm had to come up with a design that would give players perfect lighting, minimise energy and deliver TV broadcast standard illumination when necessary. And all with simple wireless control...