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LED innovations set to grow global stadium lighting market to a value of US$622.2 million by 2023

 With sport stadiums around the world replacing old lighting systems with LEDs, a new report suggests that the global... Read more >>

Rainforest Lumina - a multi-sensory experience at Singapore Zoo

 Every evening visitors flock to the Singapore Zoo. They aren't coming to see the facility's animals, who by... Read more >>

Illuminating an imperial icon

 Signify illuminates Vietnam's former Imperial City of Hue with architectural LED... Read more >>

Major road lighting for beginners The Glen Eira City Council Experience

Latest release in the 2018 AU Smart Lighting Summit short video series highlights the perspective of a beginner in the process of major and minor road lighting upgrades.

Sustainability Co-ordinator of Glen Eira City Council, Michelle... Read more >>

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Using light for next generation data storage
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