The company continues to expand its range of Hue products controllable by Bluetooth, which it added last June to eliminate the cost and hassle of installing a bridge.
NJZ Lighting's LED product portfolio now adds a new member, Archer Series Hazardous Location Linear Light, featuring 120 lumens per Watt efficiency and completely designed to perform in Zone 1 and 21 of ATEX / IECEx classifications.
AMS changes its mind, and might now challenge the bid by Bain Capital and Carlyle Group.
Not that the ex-GE company is forsaking the IoT, but there’s more back-to-the-future than ever under the new industrial-focused owners. Have a look at the revised mission statement.
The historic Temple de Lutry near Lake Geneva dates to the 11th century yet now features a state-of-the-art SSL installation with Casambi wireless technology.
Debates about lighting-world news amongst our team tend to bring up questions, such as “where art thou, PoE?”
Private equity prevailed in the deal which has yet to close. But Austria’s ams had a shot, as the dance between the lighting and IT industries carries on.
Casambi upgrades Bluetooth-based smart SSL stack, Israel-based Juganu gets venture funding, and Zumtobel networks Berlin hospital lighting.
Hello DALI? No! Hello PoE. Signify sends both data and electricity to office lights over one wire.
Osram management is cooperating in a move led by Luz (C-BC) Bidco GmbH, a holding company controlled by Bain Capital and The Carlyle Group, to acquire all shares of Osram stock at €35.00 per share.
We’re hitting our mid-year stride with some interesting entries in the top LEDs Magazine content for June.
A small pilot with Signify in Germany is also sampling indoor navigation, and could lead to wider deployments.
The suit filed by GE and Current against Cree based on narrow-band red phosphor is apparently settled, while Signify will use the Interact SSL IoT platform to play in 5G.
The dongle is still there, but a mix of infrared, optics, and other tricks is broadening the technology’s reach and applications. Meanwhile, a standards battle simmers.
Luminaires could come later, but for now, Gooee and its new CEO are behaving more like an IT company.