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JUNE 2019 TABLE OF CONTENTS | Vol. 49 No. 6

FEATURES

SMART LIGHTING BEYOND ENERGY SAVINGS
Applications that move past the “101 Level” go to the head of the class

EVERYBODY IN THE POND
Truly smart buildings can leverage the information collected in deep “data lakes.” Lighting systems can find some room in that water, but only if they play well with others

THE COLLISION OF LIGHTING DESIGN WITH IoT
The Internet of Things is an unstoppable force—perhaps the next Industrial Revolution—and the job description for design professionals is no longer limited to the quality and quantity of light

WHAT IS LiFi?
Imagine getting your Internet through beams of light instead of radio waves. The pros, cons, current progress and future potential of LiFi

SOWING THE SEEDS OF SUSTAINABLE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
From mildew control to insect dosing, research at the LRC is aggressively pursuing improvements in horticultural lighting

PROJECT IN PICTURES: TORONTO EATON CENTRE BRIDGE
Illuminated twists, turns and lines characterize an urban footbridge

IN THIS ISSUE

Willard Warren
Lighting as a Handmaiden

Norma Frank
Streetlights Are Dirty Business

Michael Poplawski
Adam Lawrence

Connected Lighting Put to the Test

Brian Liebel
How Standards Are Born

Jane Slade
Light Trespass Runs Deep

ON THE COVER: Traditional design and the emergence of the Internet of Things and “smart lighting” have converged, leading designers to ponder what their future job duties will look like.

Softcover or Secure PDF: 60 pages
Publisher: Illuminating Engineering Society (2019)
SKU: LD+A-2019-JUN
Dimensions: 8½” x 11″

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Weight 0.1 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 12 × 0.5 in
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Digital, Softcover