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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

The Road Ahead

05/01/2012

LD+A – Upgrade now or upgrade later? When it comes to street lighting, that is the question facing cities and utilities today. For decades, high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps were the simple, most cost-effective choice. Now cities and utilities have the power — and the responsibility — of choosing among new light sources and advanced controls that drastically reduce energy use and electricity costs. 

Ready or Not: Incandescent Bulbs Set to Disappear From Store Shelves

12/03/2010

Energy NewsData Corp. – Most people may not know it yet, but lighting aisles in California stores are about to undergo a profound transformation. Beginning Jan. 1, the sale of old-style incandescent light bulbs will officially be phased out. California is the first state to implement the initiative, a year ahead of the rest of the country.

LD+A: The Chinese Connection

11/01/2010

LD+A – Michael Siminovitch’s mental agility compels him to poke, probe and push boundaries. As the director of the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC) and a professor in the University of California Davis design program, Siminovitch is responsible for researching and developing cutting-edge residential and commercial lighting technologies.

HDR Imaging

11/01/2010

LD+A – High dynamic range (HDR) imaging, originally developed and used for research purposes, now is becoming a consumer term as several consumer cameras and even mobile phones, such as the latest version of the iPhone, include some form of HDR capabilities, mainly for improved photography. As digital cameras and software become mainstream, so does the consideration of HDR imaging in lighting practice, pointing away from using workplace illuminance as a sole determining metric for design. 

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