Posts tagged as Phil Hammond

Lighting Matters: The fourth industrial revolution – blurred talk

Last month’s column started a journey into the reality of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which served as an eye-opener to many of the readers who perhaps never even noticed its beginning and progress. Many of you will remember the famous chess master, Gary Kasparov. Some may even remember that he was pitted against an IBM […]

Lighting Matters: On the subject of luminaires…

  When I initially thought about writing this article, it was to discuss some of the different categories of luminaire. After more careful contemplation, I thought it best to reflect on the changes I have observed over my 46 years in the lighting industry. The question I began to ask myself is, “what has changed”? […]

Lighting Matters: Introducing Bluetooth Mesh

Many have heard about the fourth industrial revolution and incorrectly think that some perfectly normal IT developments or advancements are in the offing. We must discern what can really be considered as part of it. Some are genuinely embracing it while some are starting to plan for it. Others, however, are freaking out, fearing the […]

Online Relux short course

The BHA School of Lighting has introduced a short course on Relux light simulation tools. The enrollment cost is R4200 per student. Professional practices who would like to enroll four or more staff members for the course should contact Phil Hammond. Students will elevate their lighting design skills significantly after successful completion of this course. […]

Vector Best Technical Article Award 2017

Vector invites its readers annually to participate in a survey to identify the best locally-written technical article published during the year. This year, the winning author received a GLM 100 C Professional Laser Measure, sponsored by Bosch. Phil Hammond of Blair, Hammond and Associates was voted the 2017 winner for his article, “The benefits of […]