Posts Tagged: philips

philips rocking the iF design awards and european patent office

Sometimes it’s nice to brag about your company… Philips has been honored with 47 prestigious awards at the 2014 iF design awards, including an unprecedented 4 Gold awards. The iF seal of good design is awarded by one of the

philips rocking the iF design awards and european patent office

Sometimes it’s nice to brag about your company… Philips has been honored with 47 prestigious awards at the 2014 iF design awards, including an unprecedented 4 Gold awards. The iF seal of good design is awarded by one of the

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philips horticulture lighting

If you’ve ever taken the Thalys high speed train from Amsterdam to Paris, then you’ve probably seen the massive greenhouses stretching out to the horizon as far as the eye can see.  These are not just simple greenhouses or indoor farms:  Think

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philips horticulture lighting

If you’ve ever taken the Thalys high speed train from Amsterdam to Paris, then you’ve probably seen the massive greenhouses stretching out to the horizon as far as the eye can see.  These are not just simple greenhouses or indoor farms:  Think

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philips endorses circular economy

I’m very pleased to see the recent push from Philips to highlight the importance of implementing a “Circular Economy.” I’m particularly thrilled with the comments coming directly from the top, Philips’ CEO Frans van Houten: “For a sustainable world, the

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philips endorses circular economy

I’m very pleased to see the recent push from Philips to highlight the importance of implementing a “Circular Economy.” I’m particularly thrilled with the comments coming directly from the top, Philips’ CEO Frans van Houten: “For a sustainable world, the

Q+A from Philips Lumileds CEO

Interesting interview in Digitimes with Philips Lumileds CEO Pirre-Yves Lesaicherre. I particularly find interesting the comment that 1000 lumens of LEDs will cost $1 by the end of this year. Posted below for posterity:   The mid-power LED lighting trend: Q&A

Q+A from Philips Lumileds CEO

Interesting interview in Digitimes with Philips Lumileds CEO Pirre-Yves Lesaicherre. I particularly find interesting the comment that 1000 lumens of LEDs will cost $1 by the end of this year. Posted below for posterity:   The mid-power LED lighting trend: Q&A

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122 years of Philips

More vintage advertising posters! Following on my previous post with a variety of vintage lighting advertising, I discovered that my colleagues from the Philips Company Archives have posted a great collection of advertising posters on Pinterest:  122 Years of Philips.  The

Philips 1909

122 years of Philips

More vintage advertising posters! Following on my previous post with a variety of vintage lighting advertising, I discovered that my colleagues from the Philips Company Archives have posted a great collection of advertising posters on Pinterest:  122 Years of Philips.  The

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L-prize testing update

The US DOE SSL team just sent out an email update on the long-term testing of the L-Prize winning lamp entry from Philips.  WOW!  Out of 200 samples tested to 25,000 hours at a hot 45° C ambient, there were  ZERO failures,

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L-prize testing update

The US DOE SSL team just sent out an email update on the long-term testing of the L-Prize winning lamp entry from Philips.  WOW!  Out of 200 samples tested to 25,000 hours at a hot 45° C ambient, there were  ZERO failures,

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rijksmuseum: the future of LED lighting has arrived

On April 13, 2013, the enormous Rijksmuseum, the national museum of the Netherlands and one of the largest and most prominent museums in the world, is reopening after a massive ten-year, €375m renovation. I will state my personal enthusiasm for the

Rijksmuseum

rijksmuseum: the future of LED lighting has arrived

On April 13, 2013, the enormous Rijksmuseum, the national museum of the Netherlands and one of the largest and most prominent museums in the world, is reopening after a massive ten-year, €375m renovation. I will state my personal enthusiasm for the