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LRC Featured in IES Video Series, New Video Released

The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute was featured in a Read more >>

The future is bright with new smart city partnership

Sustainable ideas and innovative solutions are at the core of the partnership between Sylvania Connected Solutions (SCS) and Urbana Smart Solutions (Urbana), lighting the way for a bright future for their clients and the cities they serve.

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Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition returns with a new show theme; THINKLIGHT: Envisage The Next Move

The Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition will return to the China Import and Export Fair Complex in Guangzhou, China, from June 9 ‒ 12, 2019. Continuing to serve as the most influential lighting and LED event in Asia, the 24th edition... Read more >>

LRC develops wireless-controlled warning lights for worker safety

Work zones, accident sites and other roadside incident locations are often chaotic environments where construction... Read more >>

Exploring the nexus between creative and technical lighting
Australia and NZ cities accelerate smart lighting
London calling for illuminated bridges for world's longest public art commission
Significant changes to VEET regulations – Photoluminescent Exit Signs rejected
Machine learning algorithm finds the best LED phosphor in list of 100,000 compounds
Signify "invisibly" illuminates China World Trade Center tower