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Media Release

The Porter
Sydney, Australia

Philips Dynalite takes the next step in its branding journey.

Philips Dynalite is delighted to announce the launch of its brand-new logo.

As the global leader in connected lighting control, Philips Dynalite is constantly evolving and pushing boundaries to deliver its world-class solutions.

This marks another significant step in its journey with a refreshed visual identity that captures the company’s commitment to excellence, innovation, and that reflects its position as a global brand of Signify.

Philips Dynalite takes immense pride in this new design, as it represents the organisation’s growth and transformation in a rapidly evolving industry.

The Philips Dynalite team extends its deepest gratitude to its network of customers and suppliers for their continued trust and support. Together, they are shaping the future of smart buildings.

Follow Philips Dynalite on LinkedIn for more updates as it embarks on this new chapter with renewed energy and enthusiasm.

About Philips Dynalite

Philips Dynalite is an Australian-designed and manufactured lighting control company with a steadfast commitment to the wellbeing of its people, customers, community, and planet.

Innovation lies at the core of Philips Dynalite’s offering. The company is dedicated to developing a robust range of lighting control components that penetrate to the heart of its customers needs, lighting control that is scalable, sustainable, reliable, and human-centric.

The diverse range of lighting control components developed by Philips Dynalite provides installers with all the building blocks they need to create bespoke solutions fit for any application.

This is something that has been characteristic of the organisation since its establishment. From day one, the organisation’s founder, John Gunton, was committed to pushing the limits of lighting control and developing solutions that transform environments and enhance people’s lives.

Today, Philips Dynalite has been installed in over 35,000 projects worldwide, connecting over 200,000 DALI networks and 60,000 DALI input devices.