ETC recently announced it has acquired its longstanding partner Echoflex Solutions, a manufacturer of wireless control products for commercial lighting, HVAC and other applications.
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.
ETC recently announced that it has appointed Carrie Cavins as an Architectural Field Project Coordinator. Cavins will provide support, advice, and education for ETC’s architectural line of products to the company’s extensive network of reps, dealers, and specifiers.
Leviton’s award-winning Decora Smart™ product line has received more awards and recognitions than any other Leviton automation product. With the latest honor from the Architectural Products Product Innovation Awards, Decora Smart lighting controls have now been ranked at the top of fourteen product lists in 2017 by various publications, societies and editorial rankings.
McWong International was shortlisted as a finalist for the 2018 Sapphire Awards competition. The company’s Smart Sensor Control Platform earned this recognition in the Smart and Connected SSL Enabling Technologies category.
Acuity Brands, Inc. recently announced that LocusLabs, Inc. has joined its Atrius Internet of Things partner ecosystem.
The University of California, Davis and PLC Multipoint have signed a licensing agreement to commercialize the California Lighting Technology Center’s electric lighting control technologies for daylight harvesting. The company plans to utilize the technology to support the development of a new generation of lighting control sensors.
Eaton has launched a new website dedicated to furthering the capabilities of connected lighting and the Internet of Things, or IoT. Eaton’s connected lighting systems include Distributed Low-Voltage Power (DLVP), WaveLinx, PoE, LumaWatt Pro, ConnectWorks and Connected Home solutions. Click to learn more.
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. has partnered with distribution agency Lighting Control Solutions to represent the company’s complete line of innovative lighting products in Kansas and Missouri.