As Daylight Savings Time took effect last month, GE Lighting unveiled its C by GE line, its first connected LED light bulbs that can be controlled directly from a smartphone without a hub.
In his “Product Safety” column in March LD+A, Jerry Plank reaches beyond the lighting industry to discuss the ramifications of the hoverboard fires that have dominated the news.
Graduate students from Parsons School of Design will travel to Haiti in late May 2016 to install solar lighting on the island of La Gonave.
NEMA’s Electroindustry Business Conditions Index (EBCI) for current conditions in North America fell back in February, dropping to 44.4 from 50 the previous month, as more panelists reported conditions eroded than improved.
A “super panel” of eight experts at the U.S. Department of Energy’s 10th annual Solid-State Lighting Technology Development Workshop, held last November in Portland, OR, discussed the seismic shift taking place in the industry.
By James Brodrick
NEMA’s Electroindustry Business Conditions Index (EBCI) for current conditions in North America fell to 41.2 in December as a larger share of panelists reported conditions deteriorated than reported they improved.
Deloitte’s 2015 “Technology Fast 500” list is largely dominated by software companies, but the lighting industry is also represented.
In his November column, LD+A contributor Don Peifer takes a look how the emergence of solid-state lighting may create a new lexicon of job titles in manufacturing companies—one of which being chief technology officer (CTO).
In this excerpt from his recent “Point of View” column in LD+A, lighting designer Stephen Hoppe offers five ideas that can soften the blow of value engineering (VE).
In his May column in LD+A, the Lighting Research Center’s Daniel Frering makes the case that the knowledge and skills needed to specify equipment are not enough for today’s professional. Instead, they must provide quantifiable measures of lighting’s value to the end user and owner.