LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Jan 17th, 2024
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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January 17, 2024

In our weekly News & Insights for Jan. 17, 2024, the glaring issue of automotive headlamps gets special attention from a U.K. advocacy group. Contributors from the Light and Health Research Center explain why headlight glare is a problem and what can be done about it. Also in this issue: Encouraging financials from Acuity; Glamox continues to dive into wind-farm lighting; and more.

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They’re causing accidents as more drivers than ever report “getting dazzled,” the RAC says as it calls for government action.
CEO attributes company’s success to strategy focused on product vitality, service, technology, and productivity.

LightSPEC West is a networking, education, and solutions platform for specifiers and buyers of commercial and residential lighting and controls. Showcasing a wide range of products and services vital to building designers, owners, and operators, the two-day expo includes networking events, product showcases, and CEC accredited educational sessions. 

After a first stop in Holland, the ruggedized Glamox fittings will carry on to Poland and Denmark before final installation off the coast of England in the Dogger Bank.
Headlight glare has been a mainstream complaint of late. Learn why current LED headlamp designs cause glare and how the technology can be better engineered for improved safety.
Solar irradiance studies and lighting infrastructure assessment should drive specification process toward appropriate solutions.
With an explosion of digital billboards along roadways, it is critical to consider the risks of distraction and visual disturbance for responsible signage deployment.
Italian lighting manufacturer adds a lighting industry veteran as it seeks to expand on the growth of its U.S. subsidiary.
GVA’s office in the Dubai Airport Freezone area positions it near offices for other lighting brands.