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Enlighted Accelerates Smart Building Adoption

Enlighted Accelerates Smart Building Adoption

Enlighted realized significant growth in 2020 thanks to customer installations, new partnerships and new software and hardware launches.

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Education: The Joy of Micro-bites

Education: The Joy of Micro-bites

Learning in small chunks can also satisfy the hunger for knowledge.

By Brienne Musselman

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LD+A Magazine | October 2020

The Art of the Cover

So how is an LD+A cover born? To explain that, I like to start at the end

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Baker's Dozen

Policy: Politics, Technology, Alliances

The annual ‘Baker’s Dozen’ has even more in store for 2021

By Alex Baker

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NEMA

New NEMA Council Shakes it Up

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) announced the creation of its new Seismic Council.

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Coronavirus

LRC Issues ‘Q+A’ UV Disinfection Document

The Lighting Research Center (LRC) recently released its latest publication, Lighting Answers: UV Disinfection Products. This online publication includes information on products that produce optical radiation at specific ultraviolet (UV) or very short visible wavelengths, designed for use in disinfecting indoor building surfaces and/or air.

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Honeywell, Signify Announce Light and Health/IoT Alliance

Alliance to Pursue Healthy, Smart Buildings

Two major players in the built environment sector announced a strategic alliance late last year to “deploy integrated, smart lighting solutions for commercial buildings.” The joint venture between Honeywell and Signify aims “to improve the occupant experience–focusing on productivity and well-being–and to reduce energy consumption.”

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Safety: Who's Got This

Safety: Who’s Got This?

PoE systems’ low energy use doesn’t exempt them from standards.

By Jerry Plank

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Circadian Lighting Recommendations Yield Potential Energy Impacts

Study Finds Circadian Solutions Can Increase Energy Use

A Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) study, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy evaluated the potential energy impacts of circadian lighting design recommendations detailed in WELL v2 Q2 2019, UL Design Guideline 24480, and Collaborative for High Performance Schools Core Criteria 3.0.

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Bios LumiLEDs

BIOS and Lumileds Partner on Human Centric Lighting

BIOS and Lumileds have joined forces to create a new LUXEON LED with SkyBlue circadian technology.

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