Behind these subtle switch plates are systems that offer smooth dimming no matter the lamp type.Read More
Designed for difficult-to-install applications, this wireless, passive-infrared occupancy sensor is powered by photovoltaic panels.Read More
An intelligent, wireless control system for area and streetlighting, LeafNut does not require panels, controls, or connections to servers and computers. Read More
Vantage is adding to its line of InFusion controls with a new dimming module for use in residential, hospitality, and light commercial applications.Read More
Antumbra pairs versatile functionality with a contemporary design aesthetic.Read More
This hardware module provides an interface to connect phase-cut dimmable (forward and reverse phase) ballasts and LED drivers to the Encelium GreenBus II communication network.Read More
Lutron’s Quantum Vue facility management tool allows building operators to manage their buildings and campuses remotely. Read More
A family of line-voltage occupancy and vacancy sensors, the ODC series includes manual-on/auto-off override control.Read More
The Adorne system combines lighting, music, and video intercoms in a wireless control series designed to personalize indoor residential environments.Read More
WiScape is a wireless, street-lighting control system that enables utilities and municipalities to monitor, manage, and meter single streetlights or fixture groups.Read More
The Designers Lighting Forum of New York will present LEDucation9, its annual solid-state lighting trade show, March 5 -6 in New York City.
Association members are asked to vote by March 9 regarding proposed changes to several articles within its bylaws.
Active participation among the membership resulted in a tie, and required a run-off vote to select the third director at large position.
Nominations for the IALD College of Fellows Class of 2015 will be accepted until March 15, 2015.
Jean Sundin of Office for Visual Interaction shares her thoughts on lighting design in this One-on-One interview.
A new survey of 1,000 adults in the U.S. found that more than half of consumers still associate the technology primarily with holiday lights.
L’Observatoire International has designed an integrated lighting scheme for the Metropolitan Museum of Art that reveals the depth of the building’s Beaux-Arts façade and assists wayfinding in its new Olin-designed plaza.
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