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Digital Advances Give New Shape to Lighting-Control Interfaces
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Digital Advances Give New Shape to Lighting-Control Interfaces

Interfaces must keep pace with lighting-control technology’s evolution from analog... More

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Soraa Appoints New Executives

Solid-state lighting technology company Soraa has expanded its executive team with the appointments of Tom Caulfield as Chief Operating Officer and Ray Letasi as Vice President of Global Sales. Caulfield previously held executive positions at Ausra, Novellus Systems, and IBM. Letasi previously held senior management roles at EcoSense Lighting and Color Kinetics. More

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Wattstopper Makes New Appointments

Wattstopper has announced two new appointments to its executive management team. Jim Young, formerly with Acuity Brands, joins the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Shireen Zekanoski, who has held positions with several Silicon Valley companies, will become the Vice President of Operations and Engineering. More

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Weinbaum to Head LUMEnergi

Barry Weinbaum has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of LUMEnergi, a Newark-Calif.-based company specializing in network-controlled lighting energy management solutions. Weinbaum brings to this new position more than 30-years' experience in lighting, communications, electronics, and semiconductors. Most recently Weinbaum was Vice President of Strategic Marketing at Acuity Brands. Prior to that he was Chief Executive Officer at Renaissance Lighting and before that he was President and Chief Executive Officer at NanoOpto. More

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Lutron Appoints New President

Lutron has appointed Michael W. Pessina as its new president. Pessina, a licensed professional engineer in the state of Pennsylvania, has been with Lutron for 35 years and has a broad understanding of the company's engineering, quality assurance and manufacturing sectors. Since 2000, he has held several senior-level management positions including senior vice president, executive vice president and chief operating officer, and president, office product development. He is also a member of Lutron's Executive Board and Lutron's Advisory Council. More

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GE Lighting Revolution Tour

GE's Lighting Revolution Tour is visiting 47 U.S. cities from March through Nov. 2011. Vignettes on board this mobile exhibit explain GE's latest thinking on retail, office, outdoor, municipal, and architectural lighting as well as the items today's practitioners must be aware of such as energy management programs, legislative mandates, and LEED. For more information, and to see the full schedule, go to gelightingrevolutiontour.com. More

Convoluted Layers in the Lighting Supply Chain
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Convoluted Layers in the Lighting Supply Chain

How and why it came to be this way. More

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Clips for the Week of March 23, 2009

Luxo launches new website; Cooper acquires Illumination Management Solutions; Philips Lumileds joins California Lighting Technology Center affiliate program; Wybron offers online store; Philips Color Kinetics honored by the DOE; Traxon Technologies opens a Chicago office; Schréder Lighting releases 2009 seminar schedule; NEMA publishes protocol specification for interfacing to data communication networks More

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Eden Park Illumination Announces Management Team

Eden Park Illumination has announced the appointment of its new management team. More

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Lightfair Gets a New Logo

As Lightfair International continues to grow and respond to the requirements of its attendees and exhibitors, its research has indicated the need for a re-identification. To that end, Lightfair has launched a new brand mark. The result of discussion between the three event partners, the IES, the IALD and AMC, the show stager and manager, the logo was casually introduced at last year's event in Las Vegas. The logo, both in printed materials and at actual show venues, will be fully implemented by 2006. According to Lightfair show management, 'The new mark is the natural next step in a program of continuous improvement for an event, which for 14 years has set the standard in architectural and commercial lighting. In the show's lifecycle we see the need for refreshing, refocusing, and for setting the stage for growth.' More

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