LEDs Magazine News & Insights - May 8th, 2024
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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May 8, 2024

In this week’s News & Insights, the Lighting Industry Association’s Bob Bohannon summarizes the driving forces for adopting circular lighting principles, and how the TM66 metric will help the lighting industry transition to and promote a circular economy. Meanwhile, stay tuned for coverage of last week’s Net Zero Lighting Conference — attended by our Mark Halper — with an analysis of how far the industry has traveled, and how far it must still go to achieve sustainability targets.

You’ll also find insights on what lighting manufacturer Fagerhult sees for market opportunity with its quarterly results; a Product Spotlight on healthcare lighting and signage; a wrap-up of the in-person LightSPEC West event; and details on the on-demand session now available.

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BOB BOHANNON describes how the TM66 Circular Economy Assessment Method can help lighting manufacturers achieve circularity with their fittings and develop certified products.
CEO Bodil Sonesson says the company is well positioned to help users meet ambitious new E.U. carbon mandates. Meanwhile, watch for an acquisition.
LEDs Magazine rounds up lighting and display products designed to support end users and occupants in healthcare environments.
Specifiers, architects, and buyers connected in Anaheim with leading lighting professionals and learned about the latest products.
Optical/photonics solutions manufacturer also minimizes micro LED activities in Germany, focusing production for internal use, not the general market.
The company reported mixed results, including a slump in the European Professional group but a strong U.S. Professional showing.
Gain perspective on how artificial intelligence may change the specification and procurement process for architectural lighting.
It's easy to overlook gradual change when you’re in the thick of it. That was the case for a manufacturing plant, where our client’s first-generation LED lighting system had slipped under the radar. Their lights had dimmed to 50% of their original intensity without anyone really noticing.