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    T-Mobile Park, Home of the Seattle Mariners, becomes a bright spot in the city skyline with Signify’s connected LED lighting

    November 21, 2019


    • The new connected lighting system transforms the ballpark’s retractable rooftop, trusses and eastern and western façades at night
    • T-Mobile Park has ultimate lighting control, with the ability to display Mariners blue and northwest green, T-Mobile magenta, and design intricate patterns and incorporate movement for other events


    SEATTLE, WA – Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, today announced the completion of an innovative, connected LED lighting system at T-Mobile Park. This dynamic, colorful architectural LED lighting will allow the ballpark to shine bright in the expanding city skyline, and enhance the experience of every fan and visitor to the home of the Mariners.

    This new lighting technology provides us with the opportunity to introduce a variety of innovative effects, to enhance the T-Mobile Park in-game experience as well as showcase this beautiful Seattle landmark all year round.”


    Kevin Martinez,

    Seattle Mariners Senior Vice President, Marketing & Communications

    This lighting is part of the ongoing ballpark upgrades from T-Mobile, and is guaranteed to create even more memorable sights and experiences for fans. The system includes more than one mile of high-quality and energy-efficient Color Kinetics iColor Accent Compact fixtures. These exterior, linear LED luminaires shine long ribbons of white or colored light, and support intricate, color-changing effects on T-Mobile Park’s retractable rooftop and steel trusses as well as the architectural features on its eastern and western facades. With remote control management of the connected lighting, T-Mobile Park can easily showcase Mariners blue and northwest green, T-Mobile’s signature magenta and other vivid hues. It can also produce custom light shows using animated image effects and geometric patterns, suitable for all types of events. 

    The architectural lighting installation for the Mariners at T-Mobile Park is like no other in the sports world. The stadium has truly become a bright spot in the Seattle skyline. With our connected LED lighting, T-Mobile and the Mariners have the opportunity to instill team pride and open up new opportunities to engage with the Seattle community.”


    Roger Karner,
    US Market President, Signify

    The connected LED lighting system will be on full display for visitors to the Enchant holiday experience at T-Mobile Park, beginning November 22, 2019.


    ME Engineers and its studio, illume, and global architectural design firm Populous designed the lighting.

    For further information, please contact:

    Signify US

    Beth Brenner

    Tel: +1 215 595 3102


    About Signify


    Signify (Euronext: LIGHT) is the world leader in lighting for professionals and consumers and lighting for the Internet of Things. Our Philips products, Interact connected lighting systems and data-enabled services, deliver business value and transform life in homes, buildings and public spaces. With 2018 sales of EUR 6.4 billion, we have approximately 27,000 employees and are present in over 70 countries. We unlock the extraordinary potential of light for brighter lives and a better world. We have been named Industry Leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for three years in a row. News from Signify is located at the Newsroom, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram. Information for investors can be found on the Investor Relations page.

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