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DC Complex Installs New Lighting in Garage to Reduce Crime Threat

04/01/2013

The New York Times – Parking garages are the third most frequent place for crime in the U.S. Security professionals agree that parking garage design influences the level of crime significantly. The easiest way to deter criminal activity in preexisting structures is by installing bright, white lights, coupled with occupancy sensor controls. 

LD+A Research Matters: Relamping Retail

04/01/2013

LD+A – As retail stores make efforts to improve their sustainability and energy efficiency, a growing number are considering making the switch to directional LED replacement lamps. Compared to traditional halogen or incandescent sources, LED alternatives are about 75 percent more energy efficient, on average, and they last up to 25 times longer, but efficiency and long life are not enough. 

Let There Be Light

03/01/2013

The Parking Professional – Michigan State University (MSU) has adopted a strong on-campus sustainability initiative. Adopting these standards for energy savings requires a challenging operating specification to follow, and MSU launched a major lighting overhaul in the parking garage at the Wharton Center last fall. 

LD+A Research Matters: From Walls to Walkways

11/01/2012

LD+A – The University of California, Davis, unveiled one of the most advanced outdoor lighting systems in the country this past June. Dubbed the Adaptive Campus Control System, it integrates over 1,600 individually addressed, dimmable LED luminaires with various applications – streetlights, wall packs, area lights, and post tops – into an advanced, wireless lighting controls network.

California’s New Title 24 Makes Smart Lighting Standard

10/01/2012

Lighting.com – The California Energy Commission recently updated its Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards, improving what “up to code” means by 25 percent for residential buildings and 30 percent for commercial buildings. The new standards, now set to take effect July 1, 2014, introduce requirements for photosensors, occupancy sensors and multi-level lighting controls, both indoors and out, making adaptive lighting the new standard in California.

The Arrival of LED

09/01/2011

High Performing Buildings – The drive for building efficiency is creating innovative technologies that are finding their way into marketplace. This new feature in HPB magazine showcases the applications and capabilities of technologies in real projects, and also recognizes the providers of some of the innovative products.

UC Davis Leads the Way with New ‘Smart’ Lighting

06/19/2011

The Davis Enterprise – When UC Davis students walk across campus at night this fall, the streetlights that illuminate their way won’t be quite as inanimate as they have been in the past. Over the past year, UCD has been installing “smart” lights throughout the university grounds that can talk to each other to help safely and efficiently guide those moving about campus to their destinations.

UC Davis Leads the Way with New ‘Smart’ Lighting

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