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Our multi-million dollar research and development program keeps you at the forefront of the industry with innovative LED lighting components and systems that set the benchmark – and keep you one step ahead of the competition.
Quality and you

What quality lighting means for you

R&D investment

R&D investment

 

We invest in the entire spectrum of LED lighting to drive continual innovation. From LEDs, lighting products and components, to electronics, optics, system architecture, software and services.

Pioneering research

Pioneering research

 

We explore and pioneer valuable new ideas in lighting, including game-changers like Philips Hue to innovations such as Interact City and the YellowDot indoor positioning system.

Global innovation, local expertise

Global innovation, local expertise

 

The R&D teams at our innovation centers, and collaborations with leading institutions, bring new ideas to market. We also design and test new products at a global and local level.

Unmatched IP portfolio

Unmatched IP portfolio

 

Our IP lighting systems and connected LED products includes over 17,500 patents and patent applications, with more than 750 lighting companies licensing our patents.

What's new?

  • DALI providing infrastructure for IoT

    DALI providing infrastructure for IoT

    Watch Peter Duine and Geert van der Veen discuss how the Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) evolved into the new sensor-ready (SR) interface to provide a wireless-enabled infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • Sensor-Ready (SR) driving the (r)evolution of DALI into the IoT

    Sensor-Ready (SR) driving the (r)evolution of DALI into the IoT

    Commercial lighting’s support for wireless communications is propelling it into the spotlight as an infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • What can commercial buildings learn from Smart Home lighting?

    What can commercial buildings learn from Smart Home lighting?

    With smart commercial lighting in the early stage of adoption, the connected lighting industry is working hard to define use cases, bring down cost and complexity and establish a future-proof foundation in the Sensor Ready (SR) standard.