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Dutch town installs bat-friendly lighting

Dutch town installs bat-friendly lighting

Rare bats in Zuidhoek-Nieuwkoop in the Netherlands can go about their nocturnal business thanks to connected LED lighting from Signify

Bluetooth Mesh lighting controls launched

Bluetooth Mesh lighting controls launched

Intelligent lighting company Fulham aims to transform lighting controls with family of connected products

IoT lighting alliance is ready with its first standard

IoT lighting alliance is ready with its first standard

The IoT-Ready Alliance has introduced a specification which aims to help enable future-proof buildings

Partnership provides foundations for smart cities

Partnership provides foundations for smart cities

Echelon is partnering with Allied Telesis to deliver solutions for smart cities and smart buildings

€10 million funding for energy efficient design

€10 million funding for energy efficient design

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland is inviting applications from organisations planning a major energy upgrade or new design project

Telensa lights the way for Whakatane

Telensa lights the way for Whakatane

The New Zealand district has chosen the connected lighting company to deploy its PLANet intelligent streetlighting system
Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

Special Reports

Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

There are set to be almost 300 million smart homes installed around the world by 2022, according to a new report from ABI Research, and therefore smart home devices and services will play an increasingly important part in smart city programmes. We talked to the research report author, Jonathan Collins, Research Director at ABI Research, to find out more.

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