The latest news, personnel notes, business developments and buzz-worthy announcements from around the industry.
As the IES is on the verge of launching its new E-Learning Management System, it causes me to reflect on how much lighting education delivery—as with all aspects of education—has been transformed by our ubiquitous connection to all things Internet.
By Tom Butters Read More
LEDucation 2020, the trade show and conference organized by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York (DLFNY), is accepting submissions for presentation proposals to be given during the 2020 conference taking place March 17–18, 2020, at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York City. Read More
IMS Evolve, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) company, has announced a strategic partnership with Current, powered by GE, to deliver IoT solutions to the food retail sector. Read More
The University of Oregon has published a white paper, “The Impact of Lighting and Views in the Workplace of the Future” that concludes that daylit spaces with controlled lighting and views can improve occupant well-being, workplace productivity, and satisfaction by positively influencing various physiological and psychological processes. Read More
Attendees of the IES Annual Conference in Louisville, KY, included lighting designers, manufacturers, educators, researchers. . .and one cyborg. Read More
The IES recognized members for technical and service achievements at the 2019 Annual Conference in August. Read More
Nitemind’s newest lighting installation, SYNC, located at NYC’s Seaport District, will continue through the end of August with a series of collaborative music events. Read More
Dubious performance claims do a disservice to the industry.
By Alex Baker Read More
The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) has published its Networked Lighting Control System Technical Requirements V4.0. Read More