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Major road lighting for beginners The Glen Eira City Council Experience

Latest release in the 2018 AU Smart Lighting Summit short video series highlights the perspective of a beginner in the process of major and minor road lighting upgrades.

Sustainability Co-ordinator of Glen Eira City Council, Michelle... Read more >>

LCA Update: National Construction Code Decorative Lighting

Under the proposed draft of the 2019 National Construction Code for commercial buildings, only very small allowances will be given for decorative lighting. These will be provided on a sliding scale, based on the area of a building, overlooking the... Read more >>

LRC and KLS Engineering Develop Web-Based Educational Modules on Roadway Lighting

In the past decade, roadway lighting technologies have advanced rapidly with the development of light-emitting diode (LED) systems, adaptive lighting controls, and an increase in knowledge about the ways roadway lighting can affect... Read more >>

Technology R&D Expert Joins the Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer

 The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute welcomes Zigurts Majumdar, Ph.D. (aka... Read more >>



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