LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Jun 28th, 2023
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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June 28, 2023

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s News & Insights for June 28, 2023. As we head closer to July, it’s planning season for us – media kits, editorial calendar, content strategy, and more. There is a lot happening behind the scenes, and I am happy to say that also means we have an opportunity in our Lighting Group for an associate editor to work with LEDs and our colleagues on Architectural SSL. If you’ve thought about getting involved on the content side of LED and lighting technology and applications, or know someone who would be a great candidate, please check out the listing and applicant portal.

In this issue:

  • LHRC scientists explain the causes of headlight glare and propose paths to eliminate it.

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New CEO Aldo Kamper has traveled through Asia, Europe and the U.S. as he formulates plans for the corporate portfolio.
LEDs Magazine rounds up some of the latest developments across the DesignLights Consortium, LightingEurope, GLASE, IES, and Light and Health Research Center.
It introduces two LEDs in the 640-to-660nm peak range, aiming at efficiency and other improvements.
Casambi’s Travis Laib will explain the capabilities of a BLE Mesh communications architecture; how a mesh topology supports self-healing networks; and how the new longer-range BLE Mesh devices present a new option for outdoor scenarios.
Light and Health Research Center scientists MARK REA and JOHN BULLOUGH explain why contemporary LED headlights often cause glare discomfort and how the technology can be standardized and deployed in the U.S. for everyone's benefit.
Engineer CLAUDE ZHU outlines the importance of advanced lighting technologies and design for peak autonomous vehicle experience.
Solar street lighting can offset energy grid burdens for municipalities, but specifiers and installers must ascertain performance requirements and capabilities before specifying a system, says electrical engineer Johnson Philip.
For the first time, the biennial tradeshow will welcome IES members to a two-day congress and feature a focus on lighting installers.
FlexRad includes a variety of technologies that allow fixture manufacturers to fill almost any shape with light.
Connectivity, digitalization, optimizing the built environment, and expanding domestic LED lighting adoption and manufacturing generated plenty of discussion and opportunities at the 25th Expo in India.
Today, constructing and operating buildings account for 39% of economy-wide U.S. carbon emissions. In urban areas, those emissions are even higher, as much as 70%
How microgrids help simplify electrical energy infrastructure in response to the global shift toward renewable power
Technology powered by artificial intelligence is everywhere. Will its impact on the design profession be beneficial, detrimental, or both?