LED Lighting Controls

OVO Wroclaw Uses Philips Lighting and Controls

Philips Lighting has completed the dynamic LED lighting for the apartment and hotel complex known as OVO Wrocław located in Wrocław, Poland. Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture designed the uniquely modern building that opened in August 2016 and worked with Philips on the LED lighting solution. The building uses 8,500 luminaries, 6,750 remote …

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Cree Selected for Comprehensive McLaren Healthcare System Lighting Upgrade

Durham, North Carolina-based Cree, Inc. reported that Michigan-based integrated healthcare network McLaren Health Care (McLaren) chose Cree LED Lighting and Cree SmartCast® Technology to improve both interior and exterior lighting at 11 hospitals. Connected LED lighting with control and monitoring is a natural fit for healthcare facilities, many of which …

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Universal Lighting Technologies Adds Diversa Sensor Line

Universal Lighting Technologies -- Diversa ceiling mounted sensor

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee, a member of the Panasonic Group, has added the Diversa® sensor line to its lighting control solutions. The Diversa line includes Power Packs, Switch Mount Sensors, Ceiling Mount Sensors, and Corner Wall Mount Sensors. Diversa options include PIR sensing products and dual technology. …

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Echelon Deploys IoT Connected, White-Tunable Streetlights in White Bear Lake

Echelon -- Connected Color Tuning street lighting system at Railroad Park in White Bear Lake, Minnesota.

Internet of Things pioneer Echelon Corporation of Santa Clara, California is currently deploying the first- of-its-kind, so-called “white tunable” connected street lighting in White Bear Lake, a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota. Echelon is working with design firm Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. on the deployment. In addition to controlling the …

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American Airlines Center Installs Cree Lighting System in Garages

Cree IG Series luminaires illuminate Lexus Garage of American Airlines Center

The high-pressure sodium light fixtures were a maintenance nightmare in two garages of the American Airlines Center near downtown Dallas, according to the center’s master electrician Leroy Juel. Juel was given the go-ahead to upgrade the lighting in the two garages and a loading dock area. One garage is located …

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Echelon to Collaborate with IBM Watson IoT

Santa Clara, California-based Echelon Corporation reported that it will partner with the IBM Watson IoT program. Echelon intends to use the collaboration to make its adaptive streetlight control platform more intelligent to help municipalities become smarter, safer and more sustainable cities. Echelon says it plans to give its adaptive LED …

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Eaton Helps Actor Ed Begley Jr. Construct LEED Platinum Certified Home

Ed Begley Jr., a well-known actor and long-time advocate of sustainable living got help from power management company Eaton in making his home Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certified from the U.S. Green Building Council The company based in Peachtree City, Georgia USA reported that its lighting, …

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Senior Health and Color Tuneable Lighting; An Important and Mostly Overlooked Gateway Demo of 2016

A small DoE Gateway demonstration that came out at the end of August 2016 looked at health effects of color temperature tuning and light exposure. The color temperature tuning was meant to mimic sunlight and sunset conditions at the ACC Care Center in Sacremento, California. The study compared patient health …

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Acuity Brands BLT Series Tunable White Luminaires Win Award from School Planning & Management Magazine

Acuity Brands, Inc. announced that its BLT Series Tunable White Luminaires from Lithonia Lighting® was given the “Platinum” award for School Planning & Management magazine’s 2016 New Product Award program. School Planning & Management, along with its sister publication, College Planning & Management, serve as leading information resources for school planners, …

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