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No need to be blue – expert says LED fears are ‘widely out of proportion to likely risk’

 Councils and road authorities have found themselves caught in the middle of a debate... Read more >>

Printing OLED displays: has its time finally come?

Solution processed light emitting organic materials were demonstrated in 1989 with a tiny 0.1 EQE (external quantum efficiency). Since then there has been tremendous progress on material synthesis/production as well as on display processing. However,... Read more >>

Redefining the urban landscape

 The Australian Smart Lighting Summit is set to return to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on the 28th - 29th August for its... Read more >>

Zhaga confirms plan to transfer Book 18 to IEC

The Zhaga Consortium has confirmed its plan to transfer Book 18 Ed. 2.0 to IEC, after the completion of the specification expected by mid-2019 and approval by the General Assembly. This Book describes a smart interface for outdoor luminaires and specifies... Read more >>

The future of light is digital: Zumtobel teams up with pureLiFi to step into the wireless enterprise network market
The Ruby-Red regeneration of Black Prince Road
Legrand Australia appoints New CEO
UK Lighting Reality appoints Perth agency
LRC issues new DELTA report on sensor-controlled lighting
Zhaga and DiiA agree joint certification program for a smart luminaire interface