The Swiss city of Davos has upgraded its street lighting to wirelessly-controlled LED lighting in time for the arrival of the world business and political leaders, including Donald Trump and Greta Thunberg.
A pioneering national park is offering grants to local residents and businesses to improve their lighting and cut light pollution.
The city of Rotterdam is to install a multifunctional ‘street light of the future’ which includes options for electric charging, 5G, cameras and a variety of sensors like air and sound.
A wireless control network encompassing 15,000 luminaires is set to turn the City of London into a ‘smart city’.
DW Windsor, the British designer and manufacturer of outdoor lighting, has secured exclusive UK distribution rights for Ligman’s range of luminaires.
A faulty floodlight which electrocuted a five-a-side footballer in Portsmouth had been repaired with Sellotape, an inquest heard.
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.