LEX News

What’s Next For LED Manufacturers?

Both Hubbell and Eaton posted their earnings reports at the end of January, and both reported having positive fourth quarters for 2017.  But during their conference calls to discuss their earnings, both seemed certain of the same thing: there is some uncertainty when it comes to LED lighting.

Singapore Airport’s T4 opens with acclaim for lighting

Singapore Airport’s new Terminal 4 has opened to acclaim for its lighting, which is technical blend of natural and artificial lighting. The whole design concept is based on human experience and circulation through the spaces. It was the client’s intention to provide a space that focuses on puts people, while not compromising on comfort, efficiency and highest functional requirements.

Imaginative Custom Luminaires Add a Playful Touch to the library’s Children’s Section.

Visiting the children’s corner at the Cranston Public Library (Cranston, RI) these days is an experience of bright, cheery colors that stir the imagination; from the fun, cubical chairs and hexagonal tables, to the bold graphics on the walls and on the pendant luminaires, all thanks to the imagination of LLB Architects.

World’s first Li-Fi light panel launched

A US TECHNOLOGY company has introduced the world’s first LED panel with integrated Li-Fi. It can deliver data such as the internet to computers and other devices using the visible light of the LEDs rather than the radio waves of Wi-Fi. Developed by Virginia-based VLNComm, the panel is capable of a download speed of 108Mbps and an upload speed of 53Mbps, and provides 48 square metres of coverage.

Strategies in Light events: Inspired by innovation in emerging applications (MAGAZINE)

In no uncertain terms, the LED has been labeled a "disruptive" technology by many researchers and industry representatives. Indeed, it is and has been the overarching theme of the Strategies in Light conference program and associated events since the first conference in 2000. The lighting industry has been steadily marching beyond the LED component to the capabilities of digitally-controllable solid-state lighting (SSL), which can now be connected to other devices and to networks and the broader Internet - in what we know as the Internet of Things (IoT).