Luminous news #4

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Digital news 2020/4

Playful luminaire designs Landmark lighting systems Tower shine in Melbourne Dynamic lighting


Editorial

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As we head into the final months of 2020, read on to find out about the latest that Signify has to offer.

Published by Signify – High Tech Campus 48, 5656 AE Eindhoven, The Netherlands www.signify.com/pioneersoflight

This time around, we explore a new generation of playful luminaires with a mix-and-match twist. Plus, learn how showstopping architectural lighting via Interact Landmark helps make public spaces more appealing. You’ll also find out how an iconic Melbourne tower uses light to interact with the public under the cover of darkness. And look out for registration to our upcoming webinar, where we discuss how dynamic lighting affects our senses, and could even change our lives. For each topic, you’ll find a direct link to Signify, Philips, Color Kinetics, or Interact, so you can get more information quickly and easily. And as always, feel free to share this edition with your agency and wider community. Enjoy reading! Anissa Abbou Head of Global Professional Specification, Signify

Editor in chief Vincent Laganier Steering committee Anissa Abbou, Jaap Schuuring, Marinelle van den Munckhof Editing Point 6 Graphic design concept one/one Front cover Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge, Milwaukee Photo MKE Drones and Kristine Hinrichs More info www.signify.com/luminous Speak to one of our experts Get in touch ›


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Playful shapes Placebo Ideal for residential, hospitality and small retail spaces, Placebo is a playful choice for your next project. Created by Modular Lighting Instruments’ designer Jeffrey Huyghe, the concept quickly transformed into an entire product family.


Innovations in use

Placebo Two shapes, each in two different sizes, offer two lighting possibilities. Offered in a wide range of colors, choose from a ball or tube design in a small or large size. It’s a family of elements inviting you to mix and match.


Innovations in use

Placebo

Ingress protection IP20

Light source color 927, 930 warm white

Glow wire test 650°

Lamp 1x LED Module 6.3 W

Transfo/gear LED gear incl.

Luminaire power 9W

Dimming DALI, 1-10V, Push Dim, trailing edge dimmable

Efficacy 69 to 99 lm/W

Colour Black struc, white struc, ano black, ano bronze, ano silver bronze, ano champagne

Luminous flux 608 to 625 lm CIE flux code Down glass ball 24 / 48 / 74 / 53 / 72 Up glass ball 18 / 44 / 71 / 47 / 72 URG 17 to 18

Applications Interior lighting Web catalogue page ›


Innovations in use

Corners of light Como corner Perfect for providing soft light on low ceilings in a residential or office space, Como corner is a strikingly simple solution. Designer Dirk Wynants created this linear lighting family to match ambient light with visual comfort.


Innovations in use

Como corner Whether placed horizontally side-to-side, where wall-meets-ceiling — or even right in the very center — Como corner is designed to complement any space.


Innovations in use

Como corner

Glow wire test 960°

Light source color 927, 930 warm white

Transfo/gear Drivers and LEDstrips are not preinstalled in the unit

Light source color 927, 930 warm white, 940 cool whire

Dimming DALI, 1-10V, Push Dim

Lamp 24V ledstrip cuttable every 50 mm

Colour Aluminium, matt white or matt black

Luminous flux 1000lm/m

Dimensions 77mm x 77mm installed 4 meters for one single profile system

Power consumption 14.4W/m Ingress protection IP20

Applications Interior lighting Web catalogue page ›


Innovations in use

Get inventive with modular lighting Modupoint Modupoint is our stand-alone, easy-to-install luminaire system. Designed with a surfacemounted ceiling base, in-built power points open up the possibility to combine with a variety of plug-in lights and levels.


Innovations in use

Modupoint Thanks to developments in LED technology, Modupoint invites designers to embrace the look of smaller, more simple lighting design. Choose from the spherical Marbulito, flexible Médard, and stylish Minude.


Innovations in use

Modupoint Dimensions Base Ø200, 320x58 or 420x58 Stick 10, 20, 30 cm Can be combined to max. length of 120 cm Color Black struc, white struc Ingress protection IP20 Glow wire test 960° Transfo/gear LED gear incl. Dimming DALI, 1-10V, Push Dim, Casambi Luminaires Marbulito, Médard and Minude jack LED fixtures Applications Interior lighting Web catalogue page ›


Innovations in use

New Philips webpage for technical specifiers Designed especially for you, our new Philips webpage is a one-stop shop for all your technical needs. Explore the latest luminaires, learn about industry trends, and stay up to date with your peers by tuning into our exclusive online courses and webinars. Launch: December 15, 2020 Online specifier page ›


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Systems for IoT lighting

IoT lighting for landmarks

Software and IoT platform

More and more cities are using lighting to breathe new life into their landmarks at night. Dynamic architectural lighting helps create an identity while making public spaces more appealing.

Interact Landmark brings the power of connected lighting to bridges, monuments, and building façades to provide value beyond illumination. Interact software applications and IoT platform deliver secure, intuitive, state-of-the-art capabilities for architectural lighting.


Systems for IoT lighting

Benefits of Interact Landmark Keep your site current with what’s happening in your city and the world by changing scenes with impromptu remote content changes.

Access and control scenes on one or multiple sites, individually or together.

Keep sites running and looking spectacular with automated monitoring and system alerts.

Protect your investments with awardwinning, state-of-the-art cybersecurity at every system layer.

Measure and analyze the social impact of installations for deep insight.

Avoid hassle and enjoy peace of mind with lifecycle services from Signify.


Systems for IoT lighting Interact Landmark

Interact Landmark Interact Landmark works with dynamically controllable Color Kinetics and Vaya Series luminaires, as well as power and data devices.

IT infrastructure

Scene management

Social impact app

(Internet connection needed for scene management)

Lighting asset management

OR Color Kinetics Light System Manager

Gateway

It’s also compatible with selected lighting controllers from Color Kinetics and Pharos. What’s more, software applications can be used for remote monitoring (with support for up to four cameras), scene and content management, and measuring the social impact of lighting installations. Interact Landmark uses Color Kinetics gateways and industrystandard Ethernet network switches for the monitoring and control network. Find out more ›

Lighting controllers

Pharos controller

Camera app Ethernet network switches

User interface

Data Enabler / PDS

Multi-protocol converter

Color Kinetics

Vaya


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Sustainability starts with a smart city ecosystem If 2020 has anything to teach us about cities, it’s that we shouldn’t take them for granted. Urban areas need practical solutions to make them more resilient and sustainable, and they need them now. But how can smart technology help? Read the article online ›


© MKE Drones and Kristine Hinrichs

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Illuminated spire brightens city skyline

© Bluebottle

101 Collins Street Melbourne, Australia


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© Bluebottle

101 Collins Street Melbourne, Australia

stands 256m (840 ft) above the ground. ARUP’s designers drew inspiration from the grand, soaring interior of the 101 Collins As one of Melbourne’s most prestigious and tallest structures, Street lobby with its sophisticated the 101 Collins Street high-rise metallic palette, and also from building stands out against the Melbourne city life itself. city skyline. During the day, its permanent light fixtures blend The LED solution that was chosen seamlessly into its silhouette for this project features both and architecture, making them Color Kinetics and Interact Landinvisible. In darkness, the building mark. With over 500 luminaires delivers an iconic light show that spanning 600m (1,968 ft) around invites the public to interact. the structure, top platforms and overhanging buttresses, this The client wanted to undertake a project was fast-tracked over major lighting upgrade all the way a three-month period throughout up the spire of the building, which the winter.


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101 Collins Street Melbourne, Australia Lighting design Klaasen Lighting Design – KLD Client 101 Collins Street Development and implementation Bluebottle Lighting designer ARUP Installer Brolec electrical contractors Luminaires Color Kinetics ColorReach Compact Powercore Color Kinetics iColor Accent Compact Color Kinetics Vaya Tube Color Kinetics ColorGraze MX Powercore Lighting systems Interact Landmark Monitor app Interact Landmark Social impact app Interact Light play app Award NECA Excellence Award 2019

© Bluebottle

Online project page ›


Shining light on solidarity and the success of non-profits Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

© MKE Drones and Kristine Hinrichs

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© Adam Pinson

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Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Spanning Interstate 794 in Milwaukee, the tied-arch Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. To revitalize the bridge and spark economic and social change, a group of businesses and civic leaders formed the Light the Hoan committee, raising funds for dynamic, colorful, and connected architectural lighting.

The Hoan Bridge’s connected LED lighting system includes more than 1,800 Color Kinetics FlexElite RGBW nodes and nearly 50 Color Kinetics ArchiPoint iColor Powercore luminaires. Using Interact Landmark, the system can be programmed to deliver spectacular light shows, synchronized to music with animated effects. This creates inspiring visual experiences to celebrate the community’s progress.

Interact Landmark Social Impact app (included in the installation) enables site managers to collect feedback on the impact of the Hoan’s lighting installation on social media, in real time. This insight helps encourage public engagement with the bridge lights, improves strategies to boost tourism, and enhances the local economy.


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Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA Client Light the Hoan Committee Installation and commissioning Signify Luminaires Color Kinetics ArchiPoint iColor Powercore Color Kinetics FlexElite RGBW Lighting systems Interact Landmark Social impact app

© MKE Drones and Kristine Hinrichs

Online project page ›


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The owners of Hoog Op Tennis Club wanted to enhance the facility’s lighting to improve the experience for members both on and off the court. They replaced the previous lighting with Philips Optivision LEDs. They then used the Interact Sports Light control API to develop an innovative app, allowing them to schedule event lighting, manage reservations, and monitor energy consumption.

Interact Sports APIs put Hoog Op Tennis Club in control Hoog Op Tennis Club Opmeer, Netherlands


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Hoog Op Tennis Club Opmeer, Netherlands

“We’re very happy about the quality of the light for the members, the ability to switch very quickly, and the fact that we can incorporate all kinds of new applications into it.” Joost Brockhoff, Chairman, Hoog Op Tennis Club

Online case study ›


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Interact Sports Light control API helps create an innovative app IDB Santa Hortensia Madrid, Spain

Through a connected lighting system and the Interact Sports API, Aluzina Madrid was able to gain valuable insights into customer usage and habits at the Madrid sports facility. The Aluzina Madrid app is oriented towards the public, who can download it via iOS or Android devices. The app enables them to locate a nearby recreational sports center and turn on the lights remotely, allowing them to use the space. It also supports the work of facility and public district managers. The Interact Sports Light control API enables Aluzina Madrid’s app to display data collected by the luminaires. City authorities can then analyze that data and make decisions that will help the city achieve energy savings and provide better facilities to its citizens.


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IDB Santa Hortensia Madrid, Spain

“The relationship with Signify has been perfect. They gave us a very clear introduction to their open software platform, Interact Sports. Signify also allowed us to make the connection between their lighting hardware and our app.” Alejandro Hernández, Founder, Aluzina Madrid

Online case study ›


Webinar


Webinar

Dynamic light: The fourth dimension of architecture

Live on Thursday Dec 17, 2020 4:00 pm cet/10:00 am edt

Sabrina Mandel Architect, Lighting Designer and Professor, University of Buenos Aires in the Faculty of Architecture Design and Urbanism Online webinar ›


Explore Signify brands

Our global brand in professional and consumer lighting

Our Internet of Things platform and connected lighting systems

Go to the Philips website ›

Go to the Interact website ›

Our global brand in dynamic architectural lighting systems

Our architectural lighting brands in professional lighting

Go to the Color Kinetics website ›

Go to the Modular Lighting Instruments website ›