Lighting Industry

EXPERTS in daylight and artificial lighting are set to gather for a major event on light and wellbeing next month. The online event –  The Future of Daylight and Artificial Lighting in Healthy Built Environments – will explore the latest insights into the future of daylight and artificial lighting in healthy built environments with respect...
Lighting Industry

ORGANISERS of the LuxLive exhibition, due to take place in London this November, have announced that they have cancelled the event.  LuxLive 2020 was originally postponed from last November to November 2021 due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.  ‘The decision to cancel the Event is based on a number of factors,’ said portfolio director James...
Lighting Industry

SOME 2,288 lighting professionals attended the LuxLive Digital Festival 2020, two packed days of inspiring and educational content on lighting.  The 68 seminars, debates, presentations and product demonstrations attracted a total of 3,866 attendees, a record for an online industry event. Highlights included the Lux Awards, which saw 15 trophies presented for innovation and creativity,...
Lighting Industry

ALUWAINE Manyonga, a fourth-year electrical engineering undergraduate at the University of Zimbabwe who works with Emmanuel Consulting Engineers in Harare, won the Society of Light and Lighting Young Lighter of the Year for 2020 at the Lux Awards for his paper on offgrid solar lighting, specifically the Chigubhu lantern, which has been described as Africa’s...
Lighting Industry

THE WINNERS for the 2020 Lux Awards has been announced and this year features a whole host of innovative projects and inventive new technologies. A team of expert judges – consisting of experienced lighting professionals, designers and end users of lighting – have considered the entries and awarded the coveted Lux Award trophies to companies,...
Lighting Industry

MAJOR END USERS of lighting have signed up to attend this month’s LuxLive 2020. They include Jaguar Land Rover, Network Rail, Facebook, Sainsbury’s, Tesla, Transport for London, Hilton, BBC, Chrysler and the Hong Kong Housing Authority. Specifiers, too, are rapidly registering for the two-event digital festival of lighting, which takes place on Wednesday 11 November...
News

PRODUCT demonstrations will join the seminars, presentations, panel discussions and roundtables as part of next month’s LuxLive 2020 Digital Festival of Lighting. The ability to see new lighting innovations – and ask questions in real time – is at the core of LuxLive and is one of its most popular features and now it’s continue...
Lighting Industry

THE SHORTLIST for the 2020 Lux Awards has been announced and this year the list features a whole host of innovative projects and inventive new technologies. A team of expert judges – consisting of experienced lighting professionals, designers and end users of lighting – have considered the entries and whittled down the list to just...
Feature

THE LINE-UP of speakers has been named for next month’s LuxLive 2020 Digital Festival and includes world class designers Mark Major, Dean Skira and Robyn Goldstein, scientists Christopher Cuttle and Stephen Lockley, and tech innovators Sami Salomaa and Szymon Slupik.  LuxLive – which takes place on Wednesday 11 November and Thursday 12 November 2020 – ...
IoT/Smart Lighting

TECH GIANT Bluetooth has announced that it’s backing this year’s LuxLive Digital Festival and will be bringing the latest innovations, leading experts and keynote presentations. The event – an extensive online educational programme about lighting over two days – will features up-to-the-minute presentations on the opportunities presented by the innovative Bluetooth mesh topology for lighting...