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Smart specifications – How to get what you want, or end up with what you are given?

Mark Cooper of Smart City Products joins The Light Review commentary team. We all want “the moon on a stick”, […]

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CIE: new Position Statement on use of UV radiation to manage the risk of Covid-19 transmission

At the end of March CIE made two of its key publications concerning the use of UV for disinfection freely available […]

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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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