Telensa, the provider in connected street lighting and Smart City applications, announced that it has been selected by Whakatane District Council to deploy its PLANet intelligent street lighting system. The project, part of a New Zealand Transport Agency programme to convert existing road lighting to LED,
With the evolution of LED, light is becoming increasingly effective and efficient, says Darren Riva, Northern European Zumtobel Group Services director. Recent studies show a direct link between improved employee performance and the quality of light within the workspace. The lighting issue is of increasing interest to many businesses.
International lighting design company Klaasen Lighting Design (KLD), which has offices in Singapore, Perth, Shanghai and Jakarta, has entered into a partnership agreement with US-based data platform provider Gooee.
A new report from Navigant Research examines the global market for Internet of Things (IoT) lighting solutions within commercial buildings, providing use cases, case studies, and forecasts for revenue, through 2026.
American Tower Corporation, a provider in wireless infrastructure and Philips Lighting, the provider in lighting, announced an alliance to accelerate the digital transformation of urban spaces and the adoption of smart city services in the United States.
Nearly 20% of all the electricity consumed in the world is for lighting. And about 80% of that lighting is attributed to professional applications such as building, office, industry or street lighting, and about 20% to private residential lighting.
Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for machine-to-machine communications (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), has developed a new antenna for the Narrow Band IoT (NB-IoT) standard ratified last summer.
Cyan an integrated system and software design company delivering mesh-based flexible wireless solutions for utility metering and lighting control, has signed a distribution agreement with The JST Group to distribute Cyan’s narrowband mesh IoT technology in Thailand.
A new study from IMS Research, recently acquired by IHS, projects that just 10 per cent of the smart home nodes that will be deployed during the period 2010 to 2017 will include proprietary wireless technologies