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LRC develops wireless-controlled warning lights for worker safety

Work zones, accident sites and other roadside incident locations are often chaotic environments where construction... Read more >>

Exploring the nexus between creative and technical lighting

With projects as diverse as the Melbourne Sound Tube, The... Read more >>

Australia and NZ cities accelerate smart lighting

The New Zealand government is funding 85 percent of the cost of streetlight projects and Australian states have come up with new financing mechanisms

More than 95 percent of streetlights in Oceania will have been converted to... Read more >>

London calling for illuminated bridges for world's longest public art commission


Image:  Overall view of London Bridges.  Credit: Illuminated River, Leo Villareal... Read more >>



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