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A comprehensive lighting control system at the recently-opened Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College in London has increased energy efficiency and allowed the maintenance team to monitor and change the lighting using just a smartphone.
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The organisers of LuxLive have unveiled the line-up of speakers for this year’s show. It features experts with a huge range of specialisms and experience, and they’ve been tasked them to share their hard-won insights and learnings with visitors to the event. We’ve picked 10 who have caught our eye…

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You’re going to start hearing an awful lot more about Bluetooth mesh in the lighting industry – not least at the tech fest which is LuxLive 2019 in London this November. So, to help you talk Bluetooth like a pro, we’ve compiled the ultimate Bluetooth jargon buster.
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Technology giant Bluetooth is throwing its weight behind this year’s LuxLive 2019 exhibition as part of a major agreement to promote its mesh protocol as a preferred method of lighting control.
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What’s in store for the lighting industry in 2019? The big mega trends of recent years will continue of course, as digital disruption will challenge some business models and create opportunities for others, especially those who can make digital experiences a seamless and positive customer experience. Here’s our take on 10 trends we expect to see in the coming 12 months.
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The idea of tuning workplace lighting to support the human circadian cycle might be catching on in some quarters, but it has yet to win over many potential users, judging by statements from panellists at LuxLive 2018’s Property Technology Live conference.