Tvilight - Archive (english)
2016
13
December
2016
Today, 12% of all LED lighting systems sold in the world is consumed in India. While government programmes continue to drive down prices, regulatory bodies are also laying down improved product sepcifications for products. Mega innovations with such ...
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18
October
2016
  An intelligent wireless lighting network has been installed in the Wilmersdorf district of Berlin. The street lights are able to adjust their brightness based on real-time human presence. The intelligent lighting minimises energy waste and ac...
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01
August
2016
Tvilight, market leader in intelligent lighting controllers, and De Nood, leading Dutch producer of exclusive classic outdoor lighting, have finalized a joint project in Scheveningen, the seaside residential district of The Hague, the third largest c...
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26
April
2016
Fulham Co., Inc., a supplier of lighting components and electronics for commercial and specialty applications, has introduced a new technology alliance with Tvilight, a Dutch high-tech company and a European market leader in sensors, wireless control...
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01
March
2016
With lighting systems that adjust to traffic volumes, the most common approach involves sections of lights that regulate to overall traffic density. ...
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2015
18
November
2015
Like smartphones, smartwatches and thermostats, home light bulbs and lighting systems have grown exponentially smarter over the past couple of years.There is now a wide range of intelligent and connected lighting solutions that you can install in you...
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04
November
2015
Towns and cities can also benefit from the low cost of sensors, and at a round-table discussion two excellent examples came up: one to save money, and one to reclaim lost city funds. ...
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25
September
2015
He was reading an article on the impact of climate change on a late night flight to London in 2010, when looking outside he saw thousands of street lamps burning in empty streets. Amazed by this waste of energy, Chintan Shah (33) decided to do some r...
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24
September
2015
Look at a satellite image of a city at night and one thing is clear: we produce a lot of light. Streetlights, cars, houses, offices and factories all illuminate an otherwise dark Earth. There is no doubt that our lives are far more comfortable than t...
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24
September
2015
By day, the Hersted neighborhood in a Copenhagen suburb looks like a typical business district, filled with large office buildings and warehouses. But when the sun went down on September 18, it transformed into a massive experiment. Each block, on a ...
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22
June
2015
In 2014, Tvilight, a Dutch developer of intelligent street lighting solutions, gave the S 100 an even better technology overhaul. For the first time in The Netherlands, a city ring road will operate on a combination of DTM and sensor lighting. The co...
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29
May
2015
The Smart Lighting Market Opportunities: Smart Bulbs and the Rise of Local Lighting Intelligence research report says in the past 18 months, the smart lighting business has taken important new directions, creating opportunities at every level of the ...
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26
April
2015
In the light of creating a more sustainable world, I have been looking at the innovations which will give us a good green life in the future. How will we be living if we don’t have enough space for the growing population? And how will we create enoug...
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15
April
2015
Lux Review has previously reported that Wellington might be the next city to make the switch to ‘smart’ lighting. Having spoken to Wellington City Council’s leader of strategic planning, Paul Glennie, we can now confirm that the council is testing an...
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01
April
2015
The city of Seoul, which has been experimenting with intelligent lighting solutions since last December, has installed two pilot projects in the city Centre, just outside the City Hall. The intelligent lighting demonstration aims to provide on-demand...
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23
March
2015
The changes in the energy industry provide many opportunities for young entrepreneurs to set up their own company. Why are startups so important for the energy transition? Startups have been an increasing phenomenon, attracting a lot of attention. Bu...
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11
March
2015
The Amsterdam-based company Tvilight is one of those firms leading the way in the practical roll-out of smart lighting technology. Tvilight manufactures street-based lighting systems that automatically respond to traffic and pedestrians. The idea is ...
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23
February
2015
LED technology brings cost savings to street lighting, but Caroline Hayes explores how DOLL (Danish Outdoor Lighting Lab) takes street lighting even further with projects to demonstrate how it can contribute to the creation of smart cities. ...
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23
February
2015
Urban energy efficiency may soon receive a boost from the development of smart lamps that are capable of responding intelligently to environmental and traffic conditions by means of sensors. ...
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2014
22
December
2014
Over the past year, we’ve spent a lot of time looking at the Internet of Things and its potential for real estate. There are a ton of developments happening that will make our buildings, systems and homes smarter and more connected to each other. Tvi...
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03
November
2014
Intelligent lighting offers on-demand lighting resulting in savings of up to 80% and reduction in the operations and maintenance costs by up to 50%. Besides, when upgrading the public lighting, the cities must consider new opportunities and business ...
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01
September
2014
The Tvilight system works by sensing someone on the street—whether it’s a car, cyclist, or pedestrian—and instantly gets brighter in exactly the right place, while other lights stay on at a dim level. It’s quite a bit more complicated than the typica...
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13
August
2014
Sensor-embedded objects and the increasingly interconnected networks of natural and man-made systems are collecting real-time data about us and the unique ways that we live our lives. These networked objects are learning and evolving to provide antic...
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06
August
2014
Hundreds of lights are being erected in a Danish industrial park in a suburb of Copenhagen. When ordinary citizens pass through the area, they’ll be taking part in a massive experiment to work out how we should light our cities in the future. Street ...
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14
May
2014
Creating a more sustainable world means taking many small, yet vital steps. Street lighting is an important piece of technology, which accounts for 6 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, embracing innovative new street light techno...
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14
May
2014
It all started back in 2010 with a simple question – why do we talk about energy savings so much, while we keep lamps lit all night? The idea of technology, after all is to make our lives more comfortable. Chintan Shah created street lights that not ...
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08
April
2014
As much as half of a city’s electricity bill is from simply powering streetlights which are not always needed. Europe pays over €10 billion each year only to power streetlights that burn when no-one needs really them. By adopting smart technology for...
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04
April
2014
When you think about smart street lights, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Is it energy savings? Smart grid integration? Reduced carbon emissions? For Dutch entrepreneur, Chintan Shah, it starts with people. As the CEO of a young and fast-g...
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12
March
2014
Tvilight, a startup based in the Dutch university city of Groningen, offers similar light systems with dimming lights that turn themselves on as residents move about. They're now being implemented in German, Irish and Dutch cities. ...
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01
March
2014
When nobody is in the area, street lamps do not need to shine very brightly. This is harmful to the environment, and it wastes considerable energy and money. The company Tvilight, owned by alumnus Chintan Shah, is therefore working to develop smart s...
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