NJZ Lighting's LED product portfolio now adds a new member, Archer Series Hazardous Location Linear Light, featuring 120 lumens per Watt efficiency and completely designed to perform in Zone 1 and 21 of ATEX / IECEx classifications.
MAURY WRIGHT re-evaluates the characteristics that make new SSL products compelling.
Greg Carter, a key figure in North American smart lighting, joins an IT consulting firm.
New York Toll Brothers City Living office adds LED video wall as a way to differentiate itself in enabling potential home buyers to picture themselves in a new environment.
Hamburg team is equipping journalists with USB dongles so they can file their stories through the lights from the press room.
Happy Leaf CTO Vic Zaderej prepares to share new horticultural lighting efficiency findings at HortiCann Light + Tech conference.
Seoul wins IP ruling in German court including a recall of Everlight LED products supplied by Mouser, while Acuity Brands and Tridonic each make executive management changes.
Around half of the US lamps market will no longer be forced to an SSL transition with new energy policy announced by Trump’s DOE.
Now that the two companies have agreed to shed IoT lighting and focus on photonics, it’s up to the public to decide on rival takeover offers, as Bain and Carlyle are still in the running.
Re-igniting a partnership? This time, a Norwegian systems integrator has built its new Stavanger office as a “living lab” that also includes VLC and a Li-Fi experiment.
Tech trends continue to drive our content to bring awareness to their SSL business potential.
Partnering with Signify, the company will provide Bluetooth, VLC, and data operations through Hubbell Integrated Solutions, not Hubbell Lighting.
The National Institute on Aging has provided $3.8 million in research funding to the Lighting Research Center to cover intervention treatment that could someday prevent dementia.
At a plugfest in Valencia, Spain, nine companies won certification for TALQ-compliant products, paving the way for interoperable smart city networks and applications from multiple vendors.