In April 2016 Electrical Review, in response to consistent reader feedback, will be launching the Smart Lighting Summit. In the same way LED lighting has taken energy efficiency to a new level smart lighting is now allowing a more sustainable approached to how this lighting is controlled. The huge rise in the number of connected devices has helped raise awareness to the ‘Internet of Things’, but how will the lighting industry deal with the electrical infrastructure behind. Electrical Review has been covering the latest developments in smart lighting controls over recent years, but our readers are now demanding more understanding of how they can deliver smart lighting and the challenges they need to overcome in a face-to-face environment. This event will be an opportunity to meet and network with senior people in the electrical space who will be meeting to learn and gain insights.
The Smart Lighting Summit will be held in one of the world’s most sustainable buildings, The Crystal, London (https://www.thecrystal.org/). The Crystal is home to the world’s largest exhibition on the future of cities and is the world’s most sustainable events venue. Technologies throughout the building ensure the highest energy efficiency, which makes it an ideal backdrop to this summit.
The summit will specifically focus on the controls aspects of lighting with the following subject areas:
• LED lighting control – covering the latest control systems, wired/non-wired and being part of a larger automation offering including integrations with HVAC systems and appliances.
• Energy efficiency – this session will look at the controls that eliminate over-lighting and creating huge energy savings in the face of needs to reduce energy usage.
• Electrical compliance and protocol – with the rapid growth in lighting controls available protocols are in place to standardise and meet compliance requirements.
• Emergency lighting – emergency lighting systems are intrinsic to every commercial/industrial building and smart lighting controls are helping create more efficient testing procedures and allow for more integration with the rest of the buildings systems. This session covers the latest techniques and developments.
We are expecting 250 senior people to attend to learn and network. At the summit you can expect to meet;
• Energy managers
• Facilities managers
• Finance directors
• Project managers
• Chief technology officers
• Specifying engineers
• Design engineers
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