Top engineering consultancy Arup has unveiled a new approach to illuminating heritage buildings and landmarks.
A wireless control network encompassing 15,000 luminaires is set to turn the City of London into a ‘smart city’.
UK streetlight controls specialist Telensa has teamed up with Eaton Lighting to work together to deliver connected lighting for so-called ‘smart city’ applications.
A dramatic and innovative lighting installation has been unveiled at Broadgate in the City of London.
A car park project has won an award for eliminating light pollution and improving the environment for the local bat population.
The implementation of the City of London’s lighting strategy is seeing widespread changes to the illumination of the Square Mile, with a blend of aesthetic and technical best practice.
Four of the Thames’s most famous bridges have been transformed with the launch of the first phase of Illuminated River – the ambitious project for London that will eventually see up to 15 bridges lit.
Street lighting columns in a London street have been transformed into living green posts to promote biodiversity, purify the air and provide attractive focal points.
Signify has unveiled what it hopes will become the street light of future – a column bristling with high technology capabilities including Wi-Fi, 5G connectivity and Internet of Things sensors.
The Australian capital Canberra is set to become the country’s largest standalone smart city project when it connects all its street lights to the cloud.