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Light and Colour: in perfect harmony

Could I write something about the relationship between Light and Colour?Probably . . . . Let’s talk about the relationship […]

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Online training for asset managers and street lighting engineers launched by Institution of Lighting Professionals

Institution of Lighting Professionals (ILP) Guidance Note 22, Asset-Management Toolkit: Minor Structures – ATOMS is the key document for everyone who has […]

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The Circular Economy: avoiding the GreenWash

These are difficult times to be a lighting manufacturer; or a lighting distributor; or a lighting agent. You might just […]

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Richard Hayes asks: is that light OFF?

“What does off mean?” In the good/bad old days you turned off your lights with a physical switch.  This device […]

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Arup launches Luminaire Broker, and a new way of working

This is how lighting specification usually works. A designer has a very good idea of what’s wanted for a specific […]

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The Circular Economy – but how will it work?

Lighting manufacturers are rightly embracing the principles of the Circular Economy and we’re looking forward to seeing lots of new […]

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Urbis Schréder: Taking Control

We have been speaking in this series about where Public Realm lighting has come from and where we think its […]

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Explainer: Software as a Service (SaaS)

What is Software as a Service (SaaS) When you purchase software, it comes on a CD-ROM or DVD, right? Though […]

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Bluetooth lighting – renaissance or another false dawn?

Fred Bass turns his investigative eye onto the uncertain world of Bluetooth-enabled lighting. When the first Bluetooth LED lamps were […]

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The security of Connected Lighting.

Jasper Hijink of lux-it Lighting Technology asked me what we’ve done to promote security in connected lighting systems . . […]

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