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Author: Martin Fahey | Date: 19/12/18 | Category: Fire and Security, Uncategorized
Lighting Industry 2018 end of the year news roundup by our Eligo Lighting recruitment consultants

    Another year has flown by and it’s safe to say that there have been ups and downs in 2018. In this week's special Lighting news edition, our Lighting recruitment consultants, Martin Fahey & Kate Roberts, picked hottest industry news stories of 2018 including Smart Lighting is solving healthcare problems, controversis around human-centric lighting, improvements in smart street-lighting and more...     Modern smart street lighting-based cities won't be built in a day Atlanta was piloting about 1000 wirelessly-controlled, sensor-equipped street lights in five pockets of the city. The idea was that the sensors would take note of things like traffic,...

Author: Kate Roberts | Date: 7/12/18 | Category: Fire and Security, Uncategorized

  This week in our Lighting industry news round-up we cover lighting becoming more integral part of stores' designs, growing Light Detection and Ranging market, underground farms with LED Lighting in abandoned coal mines and more...       Lighting as an integral part of stores' designs One of the most heard complaints from lighting professionals is that light doesn’t get considered early enough on projects. Luckily, times are changing. "When I first started off in lighting - says one of the industry specialists -  it was very much last minute. Now we actually get involved in writing [lighting] guidelines. It’s becoming more about creating a sense of...

Author: Martin Fahey | Date: 23/11/18 | Category: Fire and Security, Uncategorized
Martin Fahey & Kate Roberts, our Eligo Lighting recruitment specialists and their latest industry jobs and news we 23/11/2018

  This week in our Lighting industry news round-up we cover the success of LuxLive 2018 event, NHS straggling with a deadline for LED lighting special funding, Bluetooth Mesh technology that will support wireless smart lighting and more...       NHS deadline for special funding for LED lighting NHS trusts are scrambling to meet this month’s application deadline for £46 million of special funding for LED lighting. The money – a potentially huge boost to lighting suppliers – is designed to cut energy use and improve the lit environment in hospitals, health centres, doctors’ surgeries and other NHS buildings. Part of the NHS Energy Efficiency...

Author: Katie Parker | Date: 16/11/18 | Category: Technology, Uncategorized
Weekly Tech News 16-11-18

  In this week's news roundup Google launches new site for Web Developers, Apple employs trafficking survivors to eradicate slave labour, Uber loses $1bn in 3 months and Blackberry buys AI frim Clyance.   We’d love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the technology industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you’d like to read in the coming weeks.         Google launches new site for Web Developers Google is giving web developers a place to learn, create and solve problems on the...

Author: Kate Roberts | Date: 9/11/18 | Category: Fire and Security, Uncategorized

    This week in our Lighting industry news round-up we cover human-centric lighting that improves supermarkets sales, European issues with online sales of non-compliant products, an upcoming LuxLive 2018 event and more...       Improving sales by using human-centric lighting A German supermarket boosted its sales by up to 28% by installing a human-centric lighting. The scientific study, conducted over 10 months, also saw customer dwell times boosted by 21% and employee absence tumble by 35%. The sensational results will provide tangible evidence to proponents of human-centric lighting can it can give clients a significant return on...

Author: Rick Deller | Date: 2/11/18 | Category: Technology, Uncategorized
Weekly Tech News 02-11-18

  This week in the Eligo Technology NewsRoundup Microsoft releases its plans for Azure DevOps, Google staff walk out over women's treatment, UK Gov is set to hit tech giants with digital services tax and IBM's acquisition of Red Hat.   We’d love to take our news round-up to the next level this year and provide something for the whole of the technology industry, as well as throwing some of our own insight and expert advice. Do let us know your comments on the news round-ups and anything you’d like to read in the coming weeks.       Microsoft releases plans for Azure DevOps This September Microsoft released Azure DevOps and already there a...

Author: Martin Fahey | Date: 26/10/18 | Category: Fire and Security, Uncategorized
Eligo Lighting Recruitment - our latest lighting jobs and industry news we 26/10/2018

    This week in our Lighting industry news round-up we cover how smart lighting can help employers recruit and retain talent, the end of halogen lighting, China increasing duty drawback rates on luminaires and other lighting related products and more...     Smart lighting - a solution for employers struggling to recruit According to the latest research by Signify, investing in smart lighting could lead to increased workplace satisfaction among employees. Over half of small and medium-sized enterprises struggle to recruit talent and two in five have issues retaining employees. The findings show that over half of the employees surveyed said they’d be in...

Author: Kate Roberts | Date: 12/10/18 | Category: Fire and Security, Uncategorized
Eligo: lighting industry latest news we 12/10/2018 by our Lighting Industry recruitment consultants

    This week in our Lighting industry news round-up we cover a growth in the global LED industry and why it's slowed down recently, charges in a police investigation of the contractor installing emergency lighting in Grenfell Tower, how Hastings is tackling the crime with lights and more...     An escalating trade war is slowing down the global LED industry The latest report by LEDinside shows that the global LED industry is projected to reach a market value of US$ 18.796 billion in 2018, with an increase of 4% YoY. The market is slowing down as the oversupply situation contributes to LED price declines, together with the impacts of escalating trade...

Author: Chloe Pearson | Date: 10/10/18 | Category: Advice, Uncategorized
reduce stress at work

The main contributor for mental illness in the workplace is something we have all suffered from time to time. It appears when you’re up to your eyeballs in tasks and that all important deadline is hanging over your head. It’s there when your overwhelming to-do list just keeps getting longer and longer without ever being able to cross tasks off, and it rears its head with the inevitable fear of making mistakes in a new role. You guessed it, STRESS! Mental health is the number one cause for sickness absence at work and one-fifth of workers believe that ‘powering through’ stress is part of organisational culture. Pushing aside and ignoring stress on a regular basis is not only bad...

Author: Karolina Samsel | Date: 5/10/18 | Category: Fire and Security, Uncategorized
weekly news roundup 05-10-18

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover game-changing technology development in British AI technology, smart home technologies providing home security, increased demand in smart home security products in the UK, growth in the cyber security market and the future of access control in an urbanized world.           Game-changing technology development in British AI technology Canadian soldiers on the streets of Montreal tested the newest British autonomous technology able to scour urban environments for enemy advances. This technology, developed by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl)...

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