Signify Illuminates a New Identity for London with Its Connected LED Lighting

As the lighting partner for London’s Illuminated River project, Signify updated the progress of the exciting lighting art and how connected LED lighting creates a novel identity of the city. Iain Byrne, Project Manager of Illuminated River Project at Signify, addressed that urban lighting and architectural lighting serve as powerful tools in building impressive images for city landmarks. “Light is one of the most powerful means of breathing new life into cities and metropolitan areas and is becoming more and more of a focus when it comes to urban design and...
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London’s Illuminated River Project Powered by Signify

Signify has been announced as the connected lighting partner to illuminate up to 15 of London’s iconic bridges by 2022. In July, the City of London Corporation has passed a project, named “Illuminated River,” to incorporate the 15 bridges on the River Thames for setting up lighting installation. Signify won the contract to supply its Interact Landmark system and Philips Color Kinetics LED luminaires to light up the bridges with dynamic, artistic lighting effects via its centrally managed software. In addition, Signify will provide lifecycle services...
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Philips Lighting and SmartCitiesWorld Report Names Singapore, London and Barcelona as Top Global Smart Cities

Philips Lighting published a new report together with SmartCitiesWorld that highlights the drivers and hurdles faced by local authorities considering implementing a smart city program. 
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London to See Large Scale Smart Lighting Projects

Silver Spring Networks announced that it will deploy its Starfish™ platform-as-a-service (PaaS) across the City of London and the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. This adds to the previously announced London deployment in the City of Westminster. 
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2017 Case Study: Bridgelux & Ecoled Renovation of The Barn, London Gina Balestin

Here's a lighting case study based on a lighting project done by Bridgelux. 
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Dirty Dancing Production in London Seen Under New Light

Popular musical “Dirty Dancing” returned to London’s West End in December playing the Phoenix Theatre following a regional UK tour with a lively production that originally premiered in Italy in 2015 where it played Milan and Rome. This production has also toured in Spain and Mexico with additional troupes.
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London Iconic Piccadilly Lights to Install Europe’s Largest LED Displays

Piccadilly Lights, one of the UK’s most iconic landmarks and a globally-recognized advertising space, is to undergo a redevelopment that will give new brands a rare chance to secure a sought-after spot.
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Leo Villareal Studio Wins London Competition to Light up Thames River

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, this evening announced that a team led by the internationally acclaimed American light artist Leo Villareal and renowned British architects and urban planners, Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands, have won the Illuminated River International Design Competition.
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VENTURE’S Efficient LED Streetlights Slash Energy Costs for London Borough of Merton

Since its launch in 2015, Venture Lighting Europe’s advanced VLED Westminster Retrofit Street Light engine has seen a successful period of installations around the country, with 3000 being installed across the London Borough of Merton alone.
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CORE Lighting’s Advanced Lighting Light up National Theater in London

CORE Lighting’s new PinPoint wireless LED pin-spots and their best-selling ColourPoint Mk II wireless LED uplighters made their presence felt at the National Theater In London for the 2015 Fast Forward Gala, a fund-raising event where normally unseen areas of the facility are opened up for an audience of special guests.
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Philips Luminous Textile Installation Enriches the Reception of Iconic Building in London

Designed by world famous architects Foster + Partners, 200 Gray’s Inn Road was built for ITN in 1990 as its headquarters and broadcasting hub. The iconic building, owned by The Great Ropemaker Partnership, now provides high quality offices and TV studio accommodation for multiple tenants including ITN, ITV and Channel 4, broadcasting almost constantly throughout the year.
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London Residents Block out LED Streetlights in Blitz-Style

Some residents in Hounslow Council in London, UK, have complained ultra-bright LED streetlights have disrupted their evening and sleep so bad that windows had to resort to old fashioned World War II blitz-style blackout curtains to keep the lights out, according to a Daily Mail report.
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Piggotts Sets London Aglow with LEDs this Christmas

Christmas lighting specialist Piggotts has been chosen by Covent Garden Limited to create the Christmas illuminations across the market square and surrounding streets.
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Lighting up London for Less

The largest single investment to modernize main road street lighting in the Capital's history has been unveiled by the Mayor and Transport for London (TfL).
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Silica to Attend LuxLive 2013 in London

Silica will be showcasing the latest innovative lighting solutions at LuxLive 2013 in London. Technical and market experts will be available on booth D12 to discuss advances in lighting technology and applications.
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iPad be Used to Control Streetlights in London Borough

iPad is used to control streetlights in London borough. After a successful pilot scheme, the London borough has created a ‘Smart Lights system’ deploying Philips CosmoPolis Outdoor Lighting products in conjunction with a Harvard LeafNut CMS system. The council will also install GE Ceramic Metal Halide StreetWise lamps. The project will take four years to complete and it is hoped the £3.25 million investment will save council taxpayers £420,000 per year from 2015/16 onwards. All of the borough’s 14,000 streetlights will be adapted to...
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ITV Plans to Install Blue, Green, Pink and Yellow LED Lights for South Bank Tower

ITV plc has scheduled to install multicoloured lighting on its South Bank tower as part of the broadcaster's relaunch to be unveiled in the new year. It has applied to Lambeth Council for advertisement consent for the installation of LED light fittings from the 4th to the 22nd floor of the 1970s office block at the riverside TV studio complex in Upper Ground. According to a letter to Lambeth Council from planning agents DP9, "The lights will be directed at the facade and project different coloured light – blue, green, pink and yellow – during t...
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Energy-saving LEDs Used at Ticket Machines in London

In London, LED lighting has been introduced to replace the conventional lighting at all of the city’s roadside ticket machines, reducing 75 per cent of the energy consumption, according to Transport for London (TfL).
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Tokushima, Japan - 6 December 2023: Nichia, the world’s largest LED manufacturer and inventor of the high-brightness blue and white LED, is scheduled to launch two new UV LEDs in March 2024: UV-B LED with a peak wavelength of 308nm and U... READ MORE

High current density, very low thermal resistance and low-profile mean that lighting equipment manufacturers can increase brightness while reducing system size Flat LED package for easy integration and closest mounting of optics to light emitt... READ MORE