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Australia and NZ cities accelerate smart lighting

The New Zealand government is funding 85 percent of the cost of streetlight projects and Australian states have come up with new financing mechanisms

More than 95 percent of streetlights in Oceania will have been converted to... Read more >>

London calling for illuminated bridges for world's longest public art commission


Image:  Overall view of London Bridges.  Credit: Illuminated River, Leo Villareal... Read more >>

Significant changes to VEET regulations – Photoluminescent Exit Signs rejected

The Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning have published the redrafted VEET Regulations which will commence 10 December 2018. The Regulations represent a number of changes to lighting upgrades activity both residentially and... Read more >>

Machine learning algorithm finds the best LED phosphor in list of 100,000 compounds

A machine learning algorithm that can swiftly identify the most desirable LED phosphor host compound out of a database of almost 120,000 materials has been developed by researchers in the US. Efficient enough to run on a PC, the program was created... Read more >>



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