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Bringing intelligent, connected lighting to local businesses
Swansea facilities management company DRS FM Services has formed a partnership with international lighting company Philips Lighting to supply and fit its energy saving lighting systems to commercial and office buildings.
Putting Russia 2018 in the spotlight
Ten of the 12 stadiums that will be used as venues for this summer's World Cup in Russia will have their lighting provided by Signify (formerly Philips Lighting). The stadiums include Luzhniki (Moscow), Krestovsky Stadium (Saint Petersburg), Fisht (Sochi), Ekaterinburg Arena (Yekaterinburg), as well as soccer stadiums in Kazan, Rostov-on-Don, Kaliningrad, Nizhny Novgorod, Volgograd and Samara.
Dutch town installs bat-friendly LED street lights
Signify has completed its first bat-friendly lighting installation in a town. Rare bats in Zuidhoek-Nieuwkoop, in the Netherlands can now go about their nocturnal business undisturbed thanks to connected LED street lights designed specially to emit light that does not affect their natural senses and rythms. The street lights use a special light recipe that is perceived by bats as darkness, yet which provides enough illumination for residents...
EcoPro lamp range versatile LED work lights
Lumileds has launched the Philips EcoPro range of LED work lights. Equipped with high-quality LEDs and hands-free features, the EcoPro range also provides the bright light (6,500K) needed to get the job done, making the lamps suitable for everyday use in automotive workshops. The Philips EcoPro50 provides a portable rechargeable projector lamp, which lights up large dark areas when working on vehicles.
How Guangzhou's sparkle reflects in China's Pearl River
Signify has announced that it completed the illumination of 24 buildings in Guangzhou's central business district along the Pearl River area in China. The large-scale connected LED lighting project includes façade lighting and animations projected onto buildings. Home to a population of over 14 million, Guangzhou is one of the most populated and fastest growing cities in the world.
Philips Lighting is now Signify
Signify has launched its new company name, following the amendment of the company's articles of association changing its name from Philips Lighting N.V. to Signify N.V. "The choice of our new company name originates from the way light becomes an intelligent language, which connects and conveys meaning," said Eric Rondolat, CEO of Signify. "It is a clear expression of our strategic vision and purpose to unlock the extraordinary potential of l...
Making buildings shine with a swipe on your smartphone
Philips Lighting has announced the launch of a cloud-based Scene management app that enables businesses to change a building's architectural lighting using your smartphone or tablet. The app is designed for use on smart devices. With a simple tap or swipe, the Interact Landmark Scene management app enables lighting managers to manage, control and change the lighting on bridges, buildings and monuments on the fly.
Skyscrapers become works of art with smart city lighting
Philips Lighting has completed a large-scale project that uses connected LED architectural lighting to illuminate the facades of 37 buildings, along a 9.2km stretch of road in the city center of Ningbo, China. The project, one of the largest of its kind, is aimed at boosting the city's cultural heritage and tourism, as well as stimulating commercial activities in the city center. It also illustrates the company's position as the lighting company ...
Pushing into solar-powered lighting with street lighting projects
Philips Lighting is furthering its strategic push into solar-powered lighting as it launches a new generation of solar-powered products and systems. These include an innovative all-in-one solar street light, Philips SunStay, which combines solar panel, battery and light in one housing, and Philips LifeLight, a solar lantern which comes with a replaceable battery.
Interact IoT platform for data-enabled services launched
At the Light + Building 2018 trade show, Philips Lighting further underlined its position as the lighting company for the Internet of Things (IoT), announcing an IoT platform and connected lighting systems and services.
New innovations make switching to LED lighting even easier
The world leader in lighting, Philips Lighting has announced two new innovations, the Philips TrueForce LED Road and the Philips CorePro LEDtube Universal T8.Philips TrueForce LED Roadis the world’s first ‘plug and play’ replacement SON-T LED lamp for street lighting, making it easy to upgrade existing installations to LED without having to replace the luminaire. The Philips CorePro LEDtube Universal T8 is a breakthrough range o...
Innovations make switching to LED lighting even easier
Philips Lighting has announced two new innovations, the Philips TrueForce LED Road and the Philips CorePro LEDtube Universal T8. Philips TrueForce LED Road is the world's first 'plug and play' replacement SON-T LED lamp for street lighting, making it easy to upgrade existing installations to LED without having to replace the luminaire. The Philips CorePro LEDtube Universal T8 is a breakthrough range of affordable tubes for trade customers, making...
Singapore, London and Barcelona top global smart cities list
Together with SmartCitiesWorld, Philips Lighting has published a new report that highlights the drivers and hurdles faced by local authorities considering implementing a smart city programme. The report draws on in-depth research with 150 key influencers on city planning from around the world. Naming Singapore, London and Barcelona as the world’s best smart cities, it reveals that visionary leadership is the factor that would make the ...
Turning the spotlight on connected lighting design
Philips Lighting has announced it is expanding its Friends of Hue program to include several leading North American LED lighting luminaire manufacturers: Access Lighting, Craftmade, ELK and ET2. The Friends of Hue partnership unites decorative lighting design with all the benefits of Philips Hue, enabling consumers to enjoy a greater choice of luminaires to enhance the look of their homes. Products by the respective partners are expected to launc...
First commercial PoE connected lighting system for smart offices
Philips Lighting and TDC Erhverv have installed the first PoE connected lighting system in the Nordics, using network Cisco network technology. The Philips lighting system in the newly built smart office in Albertslund Municipality in Copenhagen, Denmark, gives its building managers unique insights into energy use and space utilization, while enabling office workers to personalize their office lighting using a smartphone app. The project is a key...
Minnesota celebrates the big game with LED light show
Philips Lighting will feature a series of dynamic light shows on the I-35W Saint Anthony Falls Bridge on 2nd-4th February 2018, in celebration of this Sunday's Super Bowl taking place at the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Guadalajara gets smart with connected street lighting
Philips Lighting has installed 12,000 Philips LED connected street lights, managed by its Philips CityTouch street lighting management software, as part of a renovation of Guadalajara's public lighting. The project was completed with energy services provider Ferrovial Services. The Philips CityTouch system allows Guadalajara City Council to precisely monitor, control and manage its entire network of street lights via a secure web browser.
Does my lighting look good in this?
Philips Lighting has launched its new social impact analytics app, designed to help cities and owners of sites collect accurate feedback on the social and media impact of public lighting projects. Information from the app will help authorities to facilitate better engagement with citizens, improve strategies to boost tourism and enhance value for the local economy.
Connected LED lighting technology combats jet lag
Next time you find yourself severely jet lagged at Oslo Gardemoen Airport, Philips Lighting has the answer. The company is helping travellers using the Scandinavian Airlines Systems (SAS) Experience Lounge to combat tiredness. The new lounge features architectural lighting and focus rooms equipped with Philips connected LED lighting systems that enable guests to personalise the lighting to suit their needs. There is also a room wit...
Lighting up Belgium’s Citadel of Namur
Global lighting company, Philips Lighting, has announced the illumination of the historic Citadel of Namur in Belgium. Originally built in 937 and rebuilt several times, the Citadel of Namur has since the Middle Ages held a strategic defensive position for the city in its role as the capital of Wallonia in Belgium. Nowadays the City of Namur wants to engage its citizens as well as tourists by providing a spectacular illuminated Citadel by night.