Upgraded lighting boosts European football stadiums
Signify has upgraded the lighting of six of Europe’s top stadiums, on time for the kick-off of Europe’s biggest international football tournament. Switching from conventional lighting to connected LED lighting offers a superior match experience for players and spectators in the stadiums, and for TV viewers at home.
Signify launches new and future-ready Philips Hue app
Signify has enhanced the user experience of millions of Philips Hue users around the globe as it launches the fourth generation of the Philips Hue app. Rebuilt from the ground up, the all-new Philips Hue app has been designed as the foundation for the future of smart lighting.
The future of smart lighting connectivity
Signify has announced WiZ as one of the first smart lighting players of which all new products will be Matter-upgradable. Matter, a new open-source industry-unifying technology that enables smart home devices to interact seamlessly, was announced by the Connectivity Standards Alliance on May 11th. WiZ’s Matter-upgradable new products will hit the shelves from September 2021.
LED grow lights help vertical farming
More than 70% of the fruit and vegetables consumed in Sweden today are imported by truck, ship or plane from other countries. With the aim of making food production more sustainable, Swedish vertical farmer and salad producer Ljusgårda, plans to increase its production 20-fold.
Easy to install TrueForce LED highbay lamps launched
Signify has introduced its new Philips TrueForce LED highbay universal lamps that are easy to install, save energy with low initial investment and are particularly suitable for industrial use, in warehouses, and retail areas. As such, LEDs can have a meaningful contribution to the European Green Deal and accelerate the adoption of more sustainable technologies.
UV-C lighting disinfecting the air validated
Signify and Innovative Bioanalysis, have conducted research that validates the effectiveness of UV-C lighting disinfection upper air luminaires on the inactivation of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The UV-C disinfection upper air luminaires inactivated 99.99% of SARS-CoV-2 in the air of a room within 10 minutes, and the virus was below detectable levels at 20 minutes.
Brighter Lives, Better World 2020 sustainability program
Signify has successfully completed its Brighter Lives, Better World 2020 sustainability program, outperforming on most of the ambitious commitments set when launching the program in 2016. In 2020, the company achieved carbon neutrality for all of its operations across the world and use 100% renewable electricity.
UV-C disinfection lighting safeguards players
Signify has announced that it is supporting a safe future for stadium sports by installing UV-C disinfection lighting at The Stoop, home of English Gallagher Premiership Rugby Union Club Harlequins. Signify’s UV-C Partner Powercor has installed 11 UV-C disinfection upper air units in the Honours Bar.
LED lighting helps accelerate eco-friendly fish growth
Signify has supplied Kingfish Company with Philips Aquaculture photoperiodic LED lighting products to optimise fish growth and feed conversion at the world’s first sustainable land-grown aquaculture facility for Yellowtail fish. The lights provide effective and energy-efficient lighting for the large tanks and allows Kingfish to achieve as much as 30% higher production than designed for.
Integrated lighting solutions to improve experience
Signify and Honeywell have announced a strategic alliance to deploy integrated, smart lighting solutions for commercial buildings. Together, the companies aim to improve the occupant experience – focusing on productivity and wellbeing – and to reduce energy consumption.
Signify provides the benefits of natural light indoors
Signify has realised its first NatureConnect installation in the Netherlands, a natural light indoors innovation inspired by nature to boost employee wellbeing and productivity. At Van Rennes Elektro & Installatietechniek, they realised the possibilities of NatureConnect and its contribution to a more productive and natural office environment.
Gran Canaria installs Interact City on main highway
Signify is transforming Gran Canaria’s most important highway, known as GC-1, into a smart highway with Interact City. The Cabildo (council) of Gran Canaria has upgraded the lighting system to LEDs that provide a 2700K colour temperature. This supports its main objective of preserving the outstanding conditions for viewing the night sky as required by the Canarian Observatories.
Solar lighting innovations boost energy efficiency
Signify has installed solar luminaires on Leipsoi Island in Greece to protect the island’s environment while enhancing safety in places that were insufficiently illuminated before. This sustainable solar lighting solution was commissioned by Fotis Mangos, Mayor of the Municipality of Leipsoi.
UV-C disinfection lighting brings additional safety
The last thing you need, is to worry about your health and safety during shopping. Unfortunately, amid the current pandemic this is all too much the reality for many grocery shoppers. Now, thanks to the installation of UV-C disinfection lighting from Signify, customers of EDEKA Clausen in Hamburg can rest assured that their retailer has their safety top of mind.
Pan-European consortium for green energy deal
Signify, HEINEKEN, Nouryon and Philips have formed the first consortium to sign a Pan-European green energy deal securing additional renewable electricity for Europe. The four companies have a shared vision to further reduce CO2 emissions in support of the UN Paris Agreement and the European Green Deal objectives.
Tackle COVID-19 with UV-C disinfection lighting
Signify has launched a broad portfolio of luminaires and devices with UV-C disinfection lighting for the professional market. Together with Boston University the company validated the effectiveness of UV-C light sources in inactivating SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing COVID-19.
Colour Kinetic lighting in Guanyin Altar
Signify has completed the installation of Colour Kinetics luminaires and Luminous Textile panels in the ‘Guanyin Altar’ Buddhist temple on Mount Putuo in Zhejiang Province, China. It’s the first time Luminous Textile panels have been installed in a domed ceiling, creating a representation of skylight using dynamic colour lighting, dynamic video content, and music.
Signify announces new Chief Executive Officer
Signify has announced the appointment of Stephen Rouatt as the new Chief Executive Officer for Signify UK and Ireland. He has been with Signify for almost five years, bringing more than 20 years of industry and professional services experience across a range of sectors to the CEO role.
Strategic partnership to accelerate LiFi
Signify and EDZCOM, the Nordic specialist in edge connectivity, will join forces to introduce Trulifi by Signify, two-way wireless network connectivity through infrared and visible light, into industrial applications. The partnership will apply to Signify’s LiFi solutions, branded Trulifi, in the manufacturing industries.
Signify and ScaleAQ partner for sustainable aquaculture
Signify and ScaleAQ have joined forces in a global strategic partnership for sustainable aquaculture solutions, to optimise feed conversion in the most efficient way and contribute to the food challenges the world is facing. Together the two companies will improve fish welfare, production and yield for fish farmers by providing an optimal light spectrum, light distribution and control system so farmers can customise the light recipes to thei...