Engineers believe they have found a ‘killer application’ for Li-fi: aeroplanes.
The next generation of private aeroplane is set to feature ‘the most advanced circadian lighting system in aviation’, says its maker Gulfstream.
In what’s believed to be a first for the railways in the UK, Leeds City Station has unveiled a new concourse featuring circadian lighting.
A car park project has won an award for eliminating light pollution and improving the environment for the local bat population.
More details have emerged this month of the central lighting concept of the new £15 billion Crossrail project in London, a powerful 58,000 lumen uplight on a totem pole.
Lighting engineers are investigating how one of the UK’s busiest railway stations was plunged into darkness last night when the main concourse luminaires failed.
North America’s biggest roll-out of smart LED street lights is set to turn Montréal into a so-called ‘smart city’ with potential applications such as snow and flood detection, pollution monitoring and waste management.
The sheer size, scale and complexity of the new Istanbul airport, both architecturally and in terms of its lighting design, was set out at LuxLive by Jonathan Rush, partner at Hoare Lea.
The winner of the contract to illuminate London’s iconic bridges as part of the ambitious Illuminated River project, has been revealed.
Here we’re focusing on light fittings which are used for residential roads, as opposed to other locations such as traffic routes, town centres, main roads, freeways and motorways.