McWong International recently celebrated the 15th anniversary of its Shanghai facility, McWong Lighting Shanghai.
The California Energy Alliance (CEA) has announced that its code change proposal dedicated to improving the lighting control requirements for lighting alterations was accepted by the California Energy Commission (CEC) in its recently published Draft Express Terms. CEA’s code change proposal includes simplified language with reduced application and/or project-specific requirements; an easy-to-understand energy savings option for small buildings and tenant spaces; and a universal compliance threshold and set of exemptions.
Focal Point, LLC and OSRAM are working together to deliver smarter lighting solutions for commercial spaces. Integrating OSRAM’s Connected Lighting Module (CLM) into a broad range of Focal Point luminaires as part of its Connected Solutions program allows the monitoring and modulating of light, maximizing occupants’ comfort and optimizing energy costs.
The Lighting Controls Association is proud to announce that Audacy Wireless Lighting Control has joined the association.
The Illuminating Engineering Society is still accepting submissions for the 2018 Illumination Awards, including the prestigious Lighting Control Innovation Award sponsored by the Lighting Controls Association. The deadline is February 12.
ETC recently introduced a new member of the Unison family: Unison Foundry™, a line of DMX-controlled, distributed power control products that includes Mini Panels, Relay Controllers, 0-10V Controllers, and Phase-adaptive Dimmers.
ETC recently announced it has acquired its longstanding partner Echoflex Solutions, a manufacturer of wireless control products for commercial lighting, HVAC and other applications.
Craig DiLouie recently interviewed Greg Rhoades, Director of Marketing for Leviton Energy Management Controls & Automation, about voice-controlled lighting
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.’s EVERLINE® T5HO LED tubes was among the 50 products that received the most reader inquiries from RETROFIT Magazine’s September-October 2016 through July-August 2017 editions. As a result, the product will be featured in the magazine’s fifth annual Top 50 Products special, to be published in its January-February 2018 issue.
Philips Lighting recently launched a new social impact analytics app designed to help cities and owners of sites to 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.