LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Oct 25th, 2023
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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October 25, 2023

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s News & Insights for Oct. 25, 2023. At the top, I’d like to note that I’m seeking two to three interesting medical care/hospital lighting projects that have been completed within the last 8 months to be covered in our January/February 2024 issue. If you're a lighting designer/specifier, supplier, or installer and you'd like to have your project considered, please email me: a project explainer with a short description of the project scope/scale, retrofit needs, client objectives, any controls systems involved, and a list of engineering/design team pros who worked on the project.

We recently published our October issue, which features content heavily focused on various studies and field testing. You’ll also find a fantastic profile on Women in Lighting + Design, which we hope helps to build awareness of the informational resources, mentorship, and community activity available for women in the field. If you’re not subscribed to the magazine, please take a moment to fill out the qualification form for your free subscription.

Carrie Meadows, [email protected]

The company’s 20% Q4 drop is an improvement, and bosses say it should continue to get better. Still, the performance drags down numbers at parent SGH, largely a computing group.
Yes, it’s still in a prolonged educational phase, says Johan Lembre. But some quiet accomplishments and an upcoming rejuvenated push should help.
Women in Lighting + Design (WILD) works to create and foster a community for women within the lighting industry.
Lighting advocate JP BEDELL identifies behavioral and operational shifts that are required in order to eliminate sky glow problems.
Recognition of innovation reminds us that there are plenty more discoveries to be made in the realms of science and applied technology.
LEDs Magazine's October issue features a selection of small but powerful luminaires.
Seoul Semiconductor has emerged as the unique beneficiary of GEL's PFS patent portfolio for all applications thanks to the collaborative agreement.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst installs 405-nanometer lighting for an added level of protection in its athletic facilities.
Commercial real estate faces an urgent challenge within the broader context of the climate crisis. The carbon footprint of commercial buildings, including offices, represents a substantial contributor to environmental decline. The need to address this issue is not only pressing but also pivotal in our global efforts to mitigate climate change.As of...