The Toggled LED lighting business unit of Troy-based Altair Engineering Inc. reported that it had earned 21 new patents in lighting technology in 2013.
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Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) announced this week that it will replace all 6,050 lighting fixtures in both of its parking structures and increase the number of fixtures by 19 percent — yet still save 66 percent on its annual power bill, by switching to light-emitting diode (LED) lights.
KEMP, Texas — Texas-based Larson Electronics’ Magnalight LEDLB-24E lamps provided the blue light for Michigan’s Mackinac Bridge when NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski drove his No.2 Miller Lite Ford, the ‘Blue Deuce’, across the Michigan landmark. The […]
Nano Labs Corp. Monday announced the company has signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Civik of Mexico. The NDA will allow Civik to review and test two of Nano Labs’ nanotechnologies, the nano insulate coatings and nano diamond applications, on Civik’s proprietary LED light system.
Dow Corning Sees Projected Global Growth of LED Lighting Linked to Adoption of Advanced Optical Silicones
The global LED market’s average compound annual growth will be as high as 33 percent through 2016, according to analyst firm McKinsey & Co. Midland-based Dow Corning — a global leader in silicones, silicon-based technology and innovation — expects that much of that growth will be contingent on the adoption of more advanced materials technologies.
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Dakkota Integrated Systems Acquires Three Lighting Companies, Launches Dakkota Lighting Technologies
The auto supplier Dakkota Integrated Systems LLC announced the acquisition of three automotive, commercial and household lighting companies that will be combined into a new subsidiary, Dakkota Lighting Technologies LLC.
Relume Technologies, the Oxford manufacturer of light-emitting diode products and smart grid control systems for outdoor lighting, said it had been chosen by the city of Redlands, Calif., to retrofit its existing street lighting to Relume’s patented LED lights.