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TMCNet:  Jacques-Cartier Bridge illumination reflects the vibrant energy of Montreal with dynamic architectural lighting from Philips Lighting

[May 19, 2017]

Jacques-Cartier Bridge illumination reflects the vibrant energy of Montreal with dynamic architectural lighting from Philips Lighting

  • Dynamic architectural lighting using Philips Color Kinetic LED lights commemorates Canadian milestones
  • More than 2,200 intelligent colour changing Philips iColor Accent MX Powercore LED lights used to light up the iconic bridge

MARKHAM, ON, May 19, 2017 /CNW/ -�Philips Lighting (Euronext Amsterdam ticker: LIGHT), a global leader in lighting, today announced that its Philips iColor Accent MX Powercore LED lights were used for the interactive digital lighting on the exterior of the architectural frame of Montreal's iconic Jacques-Cartier Bridge.� The bridge illumination was unveiled during a grand opening celebration earlier this week to commemorate both Montreal's 375th anniversary and Canada's 150th.

Photo courtesy of Moment Factory (CNW Group/Philips Lighting Canada)

The 2.5-kilometre Jacques-Cartier Bridge was built almost 90 years ago ad is a landmark in Montreal.� This new lighting installation will allow the city to showcase stunning dynamic effects and create a vibrant visual experience for the local community and visitors.

"With this lighting installation, the iconic Jacques-Cartier Bridge now features high quality, energy efficient LED lights that can be programmed to create dazzling visual effects so the city of Montreal can continue to create experiences to commemorate major events and moments. This is a great example of how technology and digital light can radically transform public spaces driving tourism and economic benefits," says Michael Gentile, President & CEO of Philips Lighting Canada.

The installation includes more than 2,200 Philips Color Kinetics iColor Accent MX Powercore programmable lights.� These LED fixtures are ideally suited for creating long ribbons of color and color-changing effects. Variable resolution offers the precision to display large-scale video, graphics, and intricately designed effects in a host of architectural, retail, and entertainment settings.

The illumination concept and design was by Montreal-based Moment Factory who worked with six local multimedia and lighting studios as the leading creative force behind the project, including Ambiances Design Productions, ATOMIC3, �clairage Public/Ombrages, Lucion M�dia, R�alisations and UDO Design.

About Philips Lighting
Philips Lighting (Euronext Amsterdam ticker: LIGHT), a global leader in lighting products, systems and services, delivers innovations that unlock business value, providing rich user experiences that help improve lives. Serving professional and consumer markets, we lead the industry in leveraging the Internet of Things to transform homes, buildings and urban spaces. With 2016 sales of EUR 7.1 billion, we have approximately 34,000 employees in over 70 countries. News from Philips Lighting is located at http://www.newsroom.lighting.philips.com and on Twitter via @Lighting_Press.

SOURCE Philips Lighting Canada


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