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transforming LEDs

Customer expectations  for tomorrow’s outdoor lighting


In light of rapid urbanization and far-reaching social and technological change, city authorities face a complex challenge – how to create a safe, attractive and sustainable urban environment at a time of severe budget and resource constraints. One of the consequences of this is that municipalities need to derive maximum value from their lighting infrastructure, with features that used to be nice-to-have fast becoming must-haves.

As outdoor lighting goes digital, LED light sources, luminaires, lighting controls, sensors and software are being combined in integrated, intelligent solutions that adapt to the ebb and flow of urban activity. Harnessing the digital potential of LED luminaire technology will allow city authorities not only to save energy and maintenance costs, but also to achieve their wider ambition of creating a vibrant, livable urban environment for all their citizens.

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Modulating natural light in architectural spaces.

Live on October 27

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Light for public space

Watch these Light Bite recordings and learn about a new wave of public lighting designs.

Mesopic vision and road lighting

Watch the webinar and learn how to get the light right for safe driving at night.




Smart Buildings

19.10.2016, Birmingham NEC

Presentation: ‘Connected Lighting for Offices - Beyond Illumination’ by Darren Smith

Grand Designs Live

Find us on Stand L190, Technology Zone,
Hall 5

19-23.10.2016, Birmingham NEC

Highway Electrical Association (HEA)
Annual Conference
03.11.2016, Celtic Manor, Newport


9-10.11.2016, Canary Wharf, London

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