Signify designed a comprehensive lighting solution in Puerto de la Cruz, Canary Islands, making the city safer while maintaining ideal stargazing conditions.
In a few years we’ve gone from a basic sound and light show to sophisticated multi-media spectacles where the whole stadium becomes the backdrop for a highly choreographed piece of entertainment.
Gone are the days when offices were just seen as blocks of concrete and steel in which we work. Increasingly they’ve become smart. And forward-thinking organizations are capitalizing on this –transforming offices into structures for promoting employee productivity, wellbeing and competitive advantage.
We entered the projector market in 1994, when Signify (formerly Philips Lighting) invented the Philips Ultra High Performance (UHP) Projector lamp. Our first lamp was manufactured in Turnhout, Belgium. It was a breakthrough that transformed the projector market by bringing brightness and performance levels never experienced before.
In September 2018, we co-launched the “Energy Efficiency and Electric Vehicles” report with the Rocky Mountain Institute. The report covers scenarios and recommendations on how accelerated renovation of buildings can pave the way for the electric vehicle (EV) revolution, while keeping global warming below 2°C.
Eric Rondolat, CEO of Signify, made an analysis of the market about six years ago to discover that not just one transition was under way, but five. The common thread in the transitions that are constantly taking place within the company: "With our technology jump, we make a meaningful contribution to a better world."