LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Nov 15th, 2023
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November 15, 2023

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s News & Insights for Nov. 15, 2023. In case you missed last week’s missive, we expanded our introduction of Architectural SSL editor-in-chief Linda Becker to Endeavor Business Media’s Lighting Group team by posting a blog about the relationship between our two brands, how we work together, and what you can expect that sets our content apart.

Meanwhile, we’re quickly plunging headlong toward the end of the year, which means our annual LED & Lighting Guide issue will be out soon. If you’re not subscribed or need to renew, please visit our subscription page to remedy that. Note that even if your information hasn’t changed over the past year-plus, we do need to ask you to review and actively renew in order to keep receiving your notifications from LEDs Magazine directly.

I’ve just noticed that the LEDucation organizers have opened registration for the 2024 event, and I’m pleased to see a break in the timeline for the virtual sessions, planned for March 14-15, while the in-person program and exhibition will be held at the New York Hilton Midtown on March 19-20. This past year, I missed out on some valuable virtual sessions while traveling to New York. So hopefully many of you will benefit from that change as well. Linda and I and several other colleagues will be there, so we will begin planning our schedules for the event before you know it!

Carrie Meadows, [email protected]

Variable spectrum lighting keys the deal with cucumber, tomato, pepper, and eggplant grower Proplant Propagation.
The company that was once going to be the “Google” of connected lighting has been quiet in that area for several years. Until now.
CARRIE MEADOWS outlines the LEDs/Architectural SSL relationship, while introducing new team member LINDA BECKER.
To increase net income, commercial property owners can leverage policy-backed financial incentives to decarbonize buildings, which will enable deeper retrofits including lighting for even greater energy and cost savings, writes CRAIG DILOUIE.
IP litigators JONATHAN AUERBACH and DAVID RADULESCU help lighting companies navigate process changes under the European Union’s new Unified Patent Court system.
The pioneer of smart home lighting has struggled in the connected home business in the face of lower-priced competitors.
Lest we forget, the benefits of LED replacements are not all about IoT and other modern lighting trends.
LEDs Magazine's October issue features a selection of small but powerful luminaires.
In Waterville, Maine, HLB Lighting Design strategically illuminates the multisport facility, a state-of-the-art campus hub for student recreation and health and wellness designed by Hopkins Architects and Sasaki.
In El Paso, the 180,000-square-facility by Perkins&Will and In*Situ Architecture invites visitors with its dynamic facade lighting while attracting competitors through its World Aquatics–compliant lighting system.