Ultraviolet LEDs that can decontaminate surfaces from COVID-19 infection are currently being developed by researchers.
Germicidal lights UV-C are currently being created by Brightgreen in an effort to kill off the COVID-19 virus.
The Calvary Adelaide Hospital project, carried out by lighting integrator mySmart, has been nominated for the 2020 KNX Awards.
New Zealand's Dunedin City Council will light its streets with Telensa's smart streetlight system, connecting thousands of LEDs via smart city data applications.
Implementing impressive lighting installations may be more challenging under the new National Construction Code 2019. Here's how to make the most of the changes.
TE Connectivity has announced the LUMAWISE Drive LED Holder Type Z50 – DALI-2 (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) series for chip-on-board (COB) LEDs used in track and spot lighting.
The BrightSites smart pole accommodates a variety of IoT applications, always-on connectivity, cameras and environmental sensors, as well as controllable, energy-efficient LED lighting.
Christian Mildner from Sylvania Connected Solutions suggests cities should apply a vision-driven approach to street lighting controls.
Australian smart-lighting company LIFX's circadian lighting feature, Day & Dusk, automates lighting to match the sun's colour shifts throughout the day.
Research predicts smart connected streetlighting deployments will deliver $15 billion in cumulative energy savings for cities by 2023.
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.