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May 13th, 2004
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Prescott gets LED lighting to guard against collisions (May 06)
Prescott Airport in Arizona has a new LED-based taxiway light system that should improve passenger safety.

LED lamps from DDP signal train arrivals (Apr 06)
LED lamps built to replace incandescents are being used to indicate the arrival of trains at station platforms.

Lumenyte's LED-based alternative to the chemical light

Dialight reports zero failures in high-power LED traffic signals
Dialight has used 17 million Luxeon LED light sources from Lumileds in its traffic signal products, without a single field failure.

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LED traffic signals save money, time and energy
Cities in the US are replacing incandescent light bulbs in traffic signals with LED arrays that are brighter, last longer and use less electricity.

Case study: Safety lighting for Prague tram stations
An ambitious tram project has recently been completed in Prague, Czech Republic, and employs LED lighting to improve the safety and night-time aesthetics of the stations.

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LRC teams with FAA to evaluate LEDs for airfield lighting
The Lighting Research Center will conduct lighting and LED technology research as part of the FAA's Center of Excellence for Airport Technology.

Carmanah awarded contracts for solar LED marine lighting

Carmanah receives order for LED airfield lights

Carmanah receives contracts for LED transit lighting

Carmanah wins orders for solar-powered LED airfield lighting

Siemens to retrofit Kentucky traffic signals with LEDs
A project to retrofit traffic signals on all state-maintained roads in Kentucky with LED modules will save the state $10.2 million.

Sealite launches Aviation lighting division
Sealite has launched an Aviation Lighting Division to supply LED-based airfield and obstruction lighting requirements.

GELcore installs LED railway signal modules for Amtrak

FAA orders Carmanah taxiway edge lights for field trial testing
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States has purchased 90 solar-powered LED taxiway edge lights from Carmanah Technologies for field trial testing.

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GELcore improves color, intensity uniformity of traffic signals

BINAY LED-based medium intensity Aviation Obstruction Lights

Safety/emergency flashing LED chevron arrow mat

LT7 Light Tower provides modular, stackable assembly

Nova introduces slim 3x5-inch LED warning signal

Nova Electronics' slim LED alleviates mounting issues

Dortronics introduces high intensity LED indicators

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