A new application from Hubbell Control Solutions, “controlHUBB,” can be used to configure all types of systems, be it wired or wireless, from a single app.
Current stay-at-home regimes resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on how the construction industry works, including education, with online distance-education becoming more popular. The Lighting Controls Association is proud to offer Education Express, a free, robust series of courses covering all aspects of lighting control, including technology, application, design, and commissioning.
This month, we explore an innovative lighting and controls upgrade at the Richmond Olympic Oval in Richmond, British Columbia.
Writing for the NEMA blog, Michael Poplawski, Principal Investigator for Connected Lighting Systems Research, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, says connected lighting systems have a potential to provide a range of electric grid services. PNNL is now actively investigating these capabilities.
Universal Lighting Technologies recently announced a partnership with ESL-Spectrum Lighting. Based in Indianapolis, with remote offices in Fort Wayne and South Bend, the agency will represent Universal Lighting Technologies in lighting solutions, from architectural to general projects, across the state of Indiana.
Lutron Electronics, the industry leader in smart, scalable lighting control solutions, and Cree Lighting, a global market leader in innovative LED lighting solutions, are teaming up to introduce a variety of new connected lighting products to the market: Cree Lighting indoor and outdoor fixtures offered with Lutron wired and wireless digital fixture control technologies.
Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP, education director of the Lighting Controls Association and a freelance lighting journalist, recently interviewed Roger Karner, President, Signify US, about connected lighting for an article that will be published in the August issue of tED Magazine. Here’s the transcript.
The DesignLights Consortium is seeking to fill the position of Technical Manager. This position will support the DLC’s networked lighting controls (NLC) platform and expansion into smart/intelligent buildings and exterior environments.
The leading trade associations representing America’s electrical supply chain, including manufacturers, distributors, and installers, united to ensure that lawmakers at the state and local levels keep the power on for everyone as they make decisions related to the current COVID-19 health crisis.
The Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow connected product design competition’s deadline has been extended to June 5, 2020. Finalists will be notified mid-July.