Itron, Electrix, and Transport Canberra and City Services will create an IIoT network to support smart city and energy solutions in Canberra.
Darwin will replace close to 10,000 streetlights and Palmerston will replace 5000 streetlights with wirelessly connected LEDs.
The Atom Lighting range of LED Bunkers offers contemporary designs with corridor lighting sensor and emergency driver technologies available on selected models.
A survey found that 56% of Europeans would like better workplace lighting, with suggestions for improvements including personalisation, automation and adjustability.
Willoughby City Council has announced it will replace 1799 streetlights with LED lights and signed a 12-year renewable energy agreement.
The enLighten Zorro Unplugged has an integrated solar panel, LED array, microwave sensor and battery all within one standalone system.
The process for the development of the National Construction Code is woefully inadequate and veiled in an unnecessary level of secrecy, explains Lighting Council Australia CEO Richard Mulcahy.
The Tempest Nova weatherproof batten from Energetic Lighting provides a wide range of options for external IP65 lighting requirements.
Retailite, part of Gerard Lighting Group, was recently engaged to deliver a lighting design plan for fashion designer Carla Zampatti's new signature store.
The R.STAHL 6036 series LED-based tubular light fittings can be used in Ex zones 1/21 and 2/22 and provide an alternative to typical linear luminaires.
The lighting industry in Australia has undergone significant changes in recent years.
Vietnam's 'Imperial City' of Huế has been illuminated with Philips Color Kinetics technology by Signify.
Richard Mulcahy, CEO, Lighting Council Australia, reflects on recent developments in the industry and sets out a key priority for change.
Evolt has partnered with WiZ Connected Lighting to allow development of WiZ-enabled lighting products in Australia and New Zealand.
Signify's IoT system, Interact Hospitality, has debuted at AccorHotel's Swissôtel The Stamford in Singapore.