Philips Lighting has announced the appointment of David Gardner as Country Manager and Managing Director for Philips Lighting, Australia and New Zealand. Gardner’s appointment comes following the retirement of Rob Fletcher from the GM role, which he had held since 2013. In his role, Gardner will oversee the Philips Lighting businesses in Australia and New … Continue reading Philips Lighting appoints new MD for Oz and NZ
Apple has started to ship the LG UltraFine 4K Display to customers who placed orders in October, with deliveries expected to arrive on consumer’s doorsteps in mid November. The LG UltraFine 4K Display, which is a co-production between Apple and LG, and its larger 5K sibling, debuted with the redesigned MacBook Pro in October. The … Continue reading Apple ships first LG UltraFine 4K display
Gerard Lighting has won the Award of Excellence in the International Lighting Design Awards for Australia and New Zealand for its GenLED One Luminaire. Judged by Warren Julian and Peter McLean, these lighting awards represent the pinnacle of recognition by the Society towards those that practice lighting design. Considered a significant improvement in the design … Continue reading Gerard Lighting takes home excellence award
Arguably the first commercially viable OLED television was Samsung’s 21-inch version that it showcased at CES 2005. Since then, manufacturers have been working on improvements including making the blacks deeper. So how does the technology work? OLED pixels can emit light on their own, which allows an OLED TV to create perfect shades of black … Continue reading The technology behind LG TV’s deeper blacks
What next after OLED televisions? How about an invisible television? One that ‘melts’ into the background when it is switched off. Earlier this week Panasonic unveiled its latest version of a television that is almost invisible to the naked eye when in ‘off’ mode. Shown at the CEATEC electronics expo in Japan, the unit looks … Continue reading Invisible television on its way
Gerard Lighting has been presented an ‘Award of Commendation’ in the Luminaire Design Award IESANZ NSW Chapter 2016 for its Sylvania Briteline LED Raptor has taken the prize in the ‘In Production’ award category. The Sylvania Briteline LED Raptor is said to be a high power, high-performance, energy-efficient new generation LED flood light delivering 138,000Lm … Continue reading Gerard Lighting win commendation for Raptor
LED manufacturer Lumileds and low-temperature RPCVD innovator BluGlass will collaborate to create enhanced LEDs for certain applications.
EUROPEAN researchers have developed rolls of flexible lighting foils that can be produced en masse, paving the way for cheaper solar cells, LED panels and flexible electronics.
THE LED industrial lighting market will reach US$2.9 billion in 2016, with explosion-proof lamps becoming the focus of demand.
Staging Connections has today announced the arrival of a new audio-visual innovation at Crown Melbourne – the VuePix E series Pro LED Wall.
RESEARCHERS in Sweden have found a way to enable very efficient vertical charge transport in semiconducting polymers, without requiring chemical modification.
THE GLOBAL LED production equipment market will continue to grow strongly, thanks to an increasing number of fab establishment in the APAC region.
EFFICIENCY issues in LEDs, particularly green LEDs, are squarely in the cross hair, as Plessey, Anvil Semiconductors and the University of Cambridge work to fabricate high efficiency LEDs in cubic GaN.
THE AUTOMOTIVE LED market will be worth US$2.29 billion in 2020, due to stable prices and volume, claims TrendForce.
EUROPEAN airline EasyJet is trialling new smart uniforms with wearable technology, including LEDs for increased visibility, and built-in microphones.
THE LED lighting market is set to reach US$30.5 billion in 2016, with explosive growth for the professional lighting markets, claim TrendForce.
A TIER-1 LED manufacturer will collaborate with BluGlass to investigate the application of remote plasma chemical vapour deposition (RPCVD) for LED applications.
VIVID Industrial has delivered over 80 percent savings on energy and costs to a blue-chip client, by fully retrofitting a warehouse and distribution centre with smart LED lighting.
BLUGLASS has received an order for around $300,000 worth of foundry development, to be delivered over the next six months.
Smart electronics systems, perhaps worn on our wrist to help maintain a healthy lifestyle, in our homes to adjust heating and cooling, or in our car to assist driving, have already shown their ability to improve the quality of our lives.