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The Red Dot Awards, one of the world’s largest and most distinguished design competitions, recently ...
After specializing in high-end residential lighting projects in the Chicago suburbs for more than ...
Graybar expands its reach with the acquisition of St. Louis-based family business Metro Electric ...
GE Current has entered into an agreement to acquire Hubbell’s Commercial & Industrial Lighting ...
American manufacturer Heath Zenith (HeathCo) has been sold by Transom Capital Group to Canadian ...
The Safer Buildings Coalition and NEMA are joining forces to improve emergency communications in ...
Rebates are often overlooked as a resource for boosting margin. Here are three expert tips for ...
Montclair Light Works is a brand new domestic lighting manufacturer serving the residential and ...
Thanks to the recently passed infrastructure bill, the U.S. auto market can join Europe and Canada ...
Obviously LightFair 2021 was very different from past editions, but it highlighted the desire for ...

Market Research

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New universal voltage, 100-watt equivalent AI9 LEDs are hardy enough for Rough Service use.
  Seattle's iconic Space Needle undergoes a major, multi-year renovation complete with a ...
Lighting, home decor, and gift buyers who wish to avoid in-person trade shows might find ...
International trade event Light+Building in Germany has changed its show dates from March to ...
The eagerly awaited Q4 Pulse of Lighting Survey results are now available through Electrical ...
Peter Brown discusses market factors that have held back widespread adoption of networked lighting ...
The term “health and wellness” is used a lot in consumer marketing. Not only is it a topic of ...
The state of Vermont is considering a ban on all lamps that contain mercury, affecting the ...
The saying, “Great minds think alike” could easily apply to two veteran commercial lighting reps ...
A California-based smart horticulture lighting manufacturer has been selected as the primary ...

 

Disruption 2.0 logoLast month, guest author Peter Brown introduced the concept of industry disruption as it relates to the U.S. market’s transition from legacy light sources to digitized, LED versions. This second article in a three-part series dives further into the disruptions that will continue to affect the lighting industry.

 

By Peter Brown

The first of this three-part series on understanding disruption covered the technical aspects of digital disruptive technologies; let’s call it the Why’s of when anything transitions to a digital form. This second article discusses the degrees of acceptance of disruptive technologies by the marketplace.


https://www.uslightingtrends.com/technology/472-disruption-2-0

 

 

New Products

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The Lighting Controls Association is proud to announce the latest offerings in lighting controls ...
Automaker Hyundai reveals plans to introduce Hyundai Home energy ecosystem in early 2022.
The Sensor Switch WPD Forward-Phase Dimmer Switch is an economical, energy saving option for ...
Traditional in appearance, not in innovation. From below the ceiling, the Juno Podz take ...
Flauta's cylindrical body comes in three different heights, two surface textures with the nine ...
UVLightFight UV-C lamps produce high UV-C radiance at 254nm for effective surface disinfection or ...
The Wave Switch features hands-free technology that allows you to control lights with a wave of ...
MaxLite expands their RCF Series with wattage and CCT selectable models that enable installers to ...
A-Light™ is pleased to announce the introduction of its Relay luminaire. With curved and ...
GE Current’s all-new Daintree Controls software platform allows users to manage building portfolios ...

US LightingTrends

This special bi-monthly digest has the broadest reach of those that are involved in all aspects of the electrical lighting design and specification industry across the United States. US LightingTrends is designed to provide lighting professionals insight and intelligence on those developments in the industry that effect design and specification. From corporate news to new technologies, products and insightful opinions, USLT will become your first read in the lighting industry. Published bi-monthly on Tuesdays.

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