LED lighting is arguably the most profound change the industry has witnessed since the invention of electric light itself.
LEDs are transforming the nature of lighting by opening up new possibilities for how and where artificial light is used to enhance the human experience.
Millions of color variations and dynamic effects allow designers to paint with light, matched with the moods of people, or to the ambience of a space.
We serve our customers through a market segment approach which encompasses Homes, Office and Outdoor, Industry, Retail, Hospitality, Entertainment, Healthcare and Automotive. For these segments we provide a wide range of offerings from across the entire lighting value chain—from light sources, luminaires, lighting controls to lighting solutions and services.
By doing this, we ensure that we are truly focused on the people we serve. We want to offer a better, simpler experience for all the people we work with – architects, lighting designers, installers, mayors, CEOs and consumers.
A Philips Light Center is an area of 1000m2, or the size of a small soccer pitch, lit with new solar-powered LED lighting. It is a communal area which can be used for sport and other important activities such as healthcare clinics, education and evening classes, social events and commercial activities. A Light Center extends the day by enabling communal life after dark. It creates a safe area and supports sanitation programs.
Climate Case Study: Intelligent lighting for smart and liveable cities
19 July 2013 | Cities & the Built Environment, Energy, Conference of the Parties, Rio+20
Harry Verhaar, Head of Global Public and Government Affairs, Philips Lighting
24 June 2013 | Cities & the Built Environment, Business & Industry, Worldwide
How intuitive graphical data sets help lighting designers accurately predict power LED reliability in different operating environments.
24 April 2013 | Energy, Business & Industry, Africa, Middle East
Philips East Africa plays a crucial role in building the region’s infrastructure through participation in essential electricity and energy saving projects. Tamer Abol Ghar highlights some of the key challenges and opportunities in the region.
31 January 2013 | Energy, Europe, North America
At the first international sustainable energy conference, hosts "Regions of Climate Action"(R20) and Philips emphasised the benefits of adopting of intelligent and energy-efficient LED lighting for sub-national government organisations. Mr. Eric Randolat, CEO of Philips Lighting, attended the conference and explained how LED-based lighting can enhance safety, reduce public energy bills and free up numerous resources to support economic development.