会议名称:

Utility Week Africa 2019南非公共事业周会议 5月14-16日 南非开普敦

会议时间:

2018年11月 14-15日

会议地点:

非洲南非-开普敦

会议名称:

DistribuTECH 2019美国输配电及电网和储能大会 1月23-25日 美国-圣安东尼奥

会议时间:

2018年11月 14-15日

会议地点:

北美洲美国-圣安东尼奥

会议名称:

Power-Gen International 2018 美国-奥兰多 12月4-6日

会议时间:

2018年11月 14-15日

会议地点:

北美洲美国-奥兰多橘子洲会议中心


Escape Zone

Are you accountable for the emergency lighting in your buildings?


If so, you’ll know what a big responsibility it is to ensure that your staff and customers are safe at all times. As the ‘responsible person’ under the Fire Safety Act, it’s also down to you to manage the risk assessments, testing, maintenance and all the associated documentation. We can help.

Our dedicated Emergency Lighting conference, part of LuxLive, is bringing together the top experts in the field to answer all the key questions. Registration is free, click here to receive your badge.

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  • Wednesday 14 November 2018

    • 09:30

      Common pitfalls with emergency lighting compliance

      Speaker: Jason Horton, Emergency Application Manager, Tamlite
      There are a surprising number of common ways organisations and companies could be in breach of emergency lighting and fire regulations. Here our expert outlines your obligations.

    • 10:00

      Safeguard your product investment and corporate reputation

      Speaker:Graham McKay, Global Head of Gas & Electrical Products of BSI
      Technology has driven significant change in emergency lighting in recent times, including internet connectivity and the development of “dynamic signage systems”. Innovation isn’t without risk and there is a need for common standards to ensure compliance and ultimately safe products. Learn how you can future-proof your product investment to keep pace with innovation whilst safeguarding your brand and reputation.

    • 10:30

      How to integrate controls and emergency lighting

      Paul Onyett, Global Product Manager in DALI Emergency Lighting at ABB

    • 11:25

      SESSION TWO: EMERGENCY LIGHTING IN HOUSING

    • 11:30

      Emergency Lighting: Beyond the exit door

      Speaker: Richard Caple of Thorlux
      Overview – Emergency lighting within a building is often discussed, but seldom do we think about the need and extent of emergency lighting outside of the building. What are the regulations? What are we required to do? Is there any guidance? This presentation aims to answer these questions and discusses practical ways in which solutions can be provided.

    • 11:30

      Emergency Lighting and Social Housing

      Speaker: Alan Daniels, Technical Director of P4
      What does best practice look like in social housing applications? What are the maintenance, access and evacuation issues with different demographic and age groups? What should the technical and evacuation policy be on mains failures?

    • 12:30

      Panel: Emergency Lighting in Large Estates

      Industry experts looks at various emergency lighting systems across multiple buildings. What is the best practice and how can issues and failures be avoided?

    • 13:15

      Lunch Break

    • 14:00

      SESSION THREE: BEST PRACTICE CASE STUDIES

    • 14:15

      Case study: Hospitals

    • 14:45

      Case study: Universities

    • 15:15

      Case study: Social housing

    • 16:15

      Panel Discussion: Emergency lighting’s role in the IoT

      Industry experts are predicting that the lighting will soon be part of the so-called ‘Internet of Things’ where various services in buildings communicate and are controlled via an Internet-Protocol network. Emergency lighting is well placed to benefit from this trend and in theory this could make the monitoring and regular testing of the installation easier. Our panel debates the merits of IoT-connected emergency lighting.

    • 16:45

      Fire Safety in heritage buildings

      Speaker: Charles Harris, National Fire Advisor at Historic England
      We explore recent emergency lighting projects in heritage buildings and look at the regulations and best practice when applying fire safety.

  • Thursday 15 November 2018

    • 09:30

      Your responsibilities under the regulations

      Speaker: Richard Caple, Lighting Applications Manager of Thorlux
      A run-though your current obligations to ensure compliance in terms of emergency lighting standards, testing and maintenance, including the new ‘points of emphasis’ additions to the regulations.

    • 10:00

      Developments in Emergency Lighting

      Speaker: Ian Watts, Member of the Fire Industry Association
      Ian Watt’s looks at the current situation in emergency lighting and how this is developing. He will touch on the lux levels and guidance for key applications and what to consider with the dynamic safety signage system.

    • 10:30

      How to do a risk assessment

      Speaker: Gary Gundry Electrical Safety Expert
      As a building owner, it is your responsibility to know how an emergency lighting system is designed, installed and commissioned. What are the requirements to maintain and routinely test such systems and what does a best-practice risk assessment look like?

    • 11:00

      Coffee and Networking

    • 11:30

      Panel: Emergency lighting summit 2018

      Suppliers, specifiers, standards bodies and building owners urgently need to address a culture of complacency in the sector that has developed over recent decades.

    • 12:15

      Emergency lighting and the rail network

      Paul Meenan, Asset Manager M&E at c2C Rail
      Functioning emergency lighting is a crucial safety measure in the rail industry. How can you make your emergency lighting comply with the rules?

    • 12:45

      Emergency Lighting in a connected world

      Speaker: Jason Horton, Emergency Application Manager, Tamlite
      Is the Internet of Things about to transform emergency lighting as we know it?

    • 13:15

      Lunch Break

    • 14:15

      Case study: Hotels

    • 14:45

      Emergency Lighting at University College London

      Speaker: Keith Todd, Fire Safety Officer of University College London

      An insight into the fire safety systems and emergency lighting at UCL.

    • 15:15

      Case Study:Tall buildings




MAKE YOUR CITIES SAFER

Lighting has long been a tool in the fight against anti-social behaviour, vandalism, crime and suicides in our cities.

But increasingly we are beginning to understand that brighter lighting is not always better; it’s the intelligent application of lighting – both static and dynamic – that is creating the real breakthroughs and leading to reductions in both crime and the fear of crime in our urban environments.

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  • Wednesday 14 November 2018

    • 09:25

      Chair’s opening remarks

    • 09:30

      Trends in urban crime

      Speaker: Eddie Henry of Hackney Borough Council
      Eddie Henry looks at crime and the fear of crime in cities with a focus on spatial dimensions, the socio-factors and how local authorities and communities can respond.

    • 09:55

      SESSION TWO: CRIME AND LIGHTING

    • 10:00

      Lighting for CCTV and security

      How do we specify the most appropriate lighting to secure maximum-quality CCTV images for site management as well as investigative and evidential purposes?

    • 10:30

      Exhibition and networking break

    • 11:00

      KEYNOTE: How New York cut crime by 39%

      A major randomised control study across 80 public housing developments in New York has demonstrated that lighting has cut night-time crime by 39 per cent. In partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, the New York City Police Department and the New York City Housing Authority, the scientific research team Crime Lab discovered that the developments that received new lighting experienced crime rates that were significantly lower than would have been the case without the new lights. The study found that increased levels of lighting led to a 7 per cent overall reduction in so-called index crimes— a subset of serious offences that includes murder, robbery and aggravated assault, as well as certain property crimes.

    • 11:45

      Q&A

    • 12:00

      Blue light and suicides

      A significant number of trials of blue lighting in suicide hotspots has revealed encouraging results. Is there is a correlation? What is the psychology behind the use of blue light? 

    • 12:30

      Social Lightscapes: integrating sociological research and urban lighting design

      Speaker: Don Slater, Associate Professor at London School of Economics
      The London School of Economics recently completed a two-year research project which aimed to define a social research approach that nurtures a better understanding of social spaces and lighting design, centred on the lives of people and their communities.

    • 12:55

      SESSION THREE: THE ROLE OF DESIGN

    • 13:00

      Lunchtime debate: Environmental factors in urban crime

    • 13:40

      Designing out crime in the built environment

      Speaker: Ann Burroughs, Ex Met Police and ANNBURR Consulting
      How can architects, designers and local authorities use urban design to passively reduce crime and the fear of crime in the public realm? How can design strategies such as place-making and social norming address issues such as alcohol-related crime, product theft hotspots, anti-social behaviour and vandalism?

    • 14:10

      Making cities liveable for the young

      How can the urban fabric contribute to happy and resilient urban childhoods? What role can architects, landscape designers, lighting designers, engineers and artists play in reconnecting children and teens with their cities? Here our expert speaker explores successful strategies from conurbations around the world. 

    • 14:40

      Panel discussion: Can design rescue our cities?

      Panelists: Martin Pollard, Ex Police Sergeant – Designing Out Crime Group of Met Police
      Our panel of professionals from the built environment discuss the ways in which design can deliver effective remedies to social exclusion, anti-social behaviour and crime.

    • 15:20

      Exhibition and networking break

    • 15:25

      SESSION FOUR: TECHNOLOGY FOR CITIES

    • 16:10

      The IoT’s role in making cities safer

      Connecting street lights and associated devices to the internet can lead to a sensory network which can make an enormous contribution to making our cities safer. For instance, using audio sensors and triangulation, street lights are already  identifying and locating gunshots in real time. Additionally, street lights can become a tool of the emergency services to rapidly signal the location of an incident, and provide appropriate light levels.

    • 16:40

      Towards safer cities apps

      What role can smart-phone apps play to assist city-dwellers in understanding, detecting and reporting crime and reducing the fear of crime? What apps have been successful? Why have others failed? Our speaker explores the issues. 

    • 17:10

      Technology and the safer city

      We bring together a panel of architects, designers, city managers and technologists to discuss the way technology can develop to contribute to safer and sustainable spaces in our urban environments.

    • 17:50

      Chairman’s closing remarks



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Your free entry badge will get you access to the latest digital technology and a packed-schedule of expert talks and inspirational case studies. Learn how digital technology, including the Internet of Things, is creating enhanced environments and delivering data for actionable insights into productivity and utilisation.

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There are over 720 major UK projects in the pipeline, including major improvements to transport networks such as roads, rail, airports and ports as well as large-scale energy, utility and regeneration projects.

It’s a once-in-a-generation opportunity to deliver best practice lighting that will represent innovation, value and a human approach to creating welcoming and effective spaces for people.

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  • Thursday 15 November 2018

    • 09:00

      SESSION ONE: DESIGN AND THE ENVIRONMENT

    • 09:25

      Chairman’s opening remarks

    • 09:30

      Standards, guidance and trends overview

      Speakers: Carolina Florian, Senior Designer and Keith Miller, Director of GIA Equation
      Our experts will walk us through the key considerations, recommendations and advice relating to infrastructure projects, including the new LG15 lighting guide for transport-related buildings.

    • 10:00

      Glare and light pollution

      Without adequate management, LED lighting can lead to negative environmental impacts such as increased light pollution due to blue light scattering and glare. How do we minimise these impacts?

    • 10:30

      Lighting’s role in electric vehicle charging

      What has been the experience of early trials with electric vehicle charging using exterior lighting? This presentation will look at the technical issues and practical challenges of integrating both services into one unit.

    • 11:00

      Coffee, exhibition and networking

    • 11:25

      SESSION TWO: SAFETY AND SECURITY

    • 11:30

      The IoT and lighting: The challenges and opportunities

      Lighting has the potential to be the communication backbone of in structural projects and with the right sensors, opens up opportunities for a host of data-based services. The widespread deployment of the technologies present a variety of challenges specifically how they will be used and how will they evolve.

    • 12:00

      How to minimise light pollution

      Light pollution and sky glow have become major issues with infrastructural lighting installations. How can we be a good neighbour and minimise light spill? What are the current guidelines and standards?

    • 12:30

      Emergency lighting for outdoor applications

      In an emergency, what do building occupants do once they have left the exit door? BS 5266 discusses safe passage to a muster point or a place of safety while the SLL Code to the Exterior Environment document recommends that in brightly lit areas, the minimum illuminance should be greater than 5 per cent of the immediate indoor lighting. How do we apply these guidelines in practice?

    • 12:30

      Emergency lighting for outdoor applications

      In an emergency, what do building occupants do once they have left the exit door? BS 5266 discusses safe passage to a muster point or a place of safety while the SLL Code to the Exterior Environment document recommends that in brightly lit areas, the minimum illuminance should be greater than 5 per cent of the immediate indoor lighting. How do we apply these guidelines in practice?

    • 13:00

      Lunch, exhibition and networking

    • 13:55

      SESSION THREE: BEST PRACTICE

    • 14:00

      Case study: Airport best-practice exemplar

    • 14:20

      Case study: Car park best-practice exemplar

    • 14:40

      Transformation Through Innovation and Collaboration

      Speaker: Paul Wilson, Network Technology Director of Kier
      Paul demonstrates how clients and industry are collaborating and investing in innovation on an unprecedented level to reduce cost and time whilst also improving safety, the environment and quality of life in the UK. The presentation will also demonstrate how companies ranging from innovative agile SME through to major tech firms are transforming the highways industry.

    • 15:10

      Coffee, exhibition and networking

    • 15:40

      Asset management and testing

      Most lighting columns and high masts are in public areas so their structural integrity must be monitored, recorded and maintained. What’s an appropriate test and inspection regime for exterior lighting?

    • 16:00

      SESSION FOUR: VISUAL PERFORMANCE

    • 16:10

      Panel discussion: light levels, colour temperature and mesopic vision

      Panelists: Allan Howard, Technical Director of WSP
      Panel discussion: light levels, colour temperature and mesopic vision
As BS 5489 allows us to use lower illumination levels when using cool light sources, should we automatically drop light levels? What’s the relationship between colour temperature and mesopic vision? Our panel of leading experts consider the issues.

    • 16:40

      Chairman’s closing remarks


Become a lighting expert at LuxLive

The industry leading LIA Academy will deliver a programme of FREE dedicated information and educational sessions designed to demystify key aspects of the lighting industry.

They’ll give you the knowledge you need to make better informed decisions about lighting. AND you’ll receive a certificate of attendance and inclusion on the LIA Academy’s learning record database.

Best of all, this FREE programme is designed to inform and educate a wide range of lighting industry sectors including; electrical distributors, engineers and advisors, owners and operators of large lighting estates in retail, education, healthcare, outdoor and public realm, industry, transport, highways, commercial, offices and the public sector.

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The LIA Lighting Academy programme will be repeated on 14th and 15th November.

  • Wednesday 14 November 2018

    • SESSION ONE

    • 10:00

      Lighting Design and technology education for the lighting industry and supply chain

      Upskilling your staff for a competitive advantage.

    • 11:00

      Lighting products

      The top 10 questions you’re too afraid to ask.

    • 12:00

      Testing Explained

      A product journey through the lab.

    • SESSION TWO

    • 13:00

      Market Compliance

      The good, the bad and the ugly.

    • 14:00

      Your journey to compliance, from concept to realisation

    • 15:00

      Open Scope & Circular Economy & the impact on the lighting industry

  • Thursday 15 November 2018

    • SESSION ONE

    • 10:00

      Lighting Design and technology education for the lighting industry and supply chain

      Upskilling your staff for a competitive advantage.

    • 11:00

      Lighting products

      The top 10 questions you’re too afraid to ask.

    • 12:00

      Testing Explained

      A product journey through the lab.

    • SESSION TWO

    • 13:00

      Market Compliance

      The good, the bad and the ugly.

    • 14:00

      Your journey to compliance, from concept to realisation

    • 15:00

      Open Scope & Circular Economy & the impact on the lighting industry



Lighting for Retail & Hospitality

Create spaces your customers will love! Return custom is crucial for retail, hotels and restaurants – and the right lighting is the easiest way to achieve it.

In this special conference, we’ll explore how to use light to enhance brand values, create customer engagement and boost sales, and we’ll explore case studies from leading companies.

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  • Wednesday 14 November 2018

    • SESSION ONE: BRAND VALUES

    • 14:00

      Chair’s opening remarks

    • 14:05

      Keynote: How to build a brand with design and light

      A leading retailer explores about how the organisation is using design – including lighting – as a tool to differentiate its estate, reinforce its branding and engage with its demographic.

    • SESSION TWO: QUANTIFYING LIGHTING

    • 14:30

      Masterclass: Colour rendering

      Colour rendering is crucial is making interiors and merchandise sing – yet many high street names are getting it badly wrong. In this special presentation, we’ll explain how you get to grips with the issue (and how to tell your R9 from your TM-30).

    • 14:55

      10 techniques to create spaces your customers will love

      A top designer reveals the tricks used by the lighting design profession to create spaces that make people feel special.

    • 15:20

      Exhibition, coffee and networking

    • SESSION THREE: ENGAGING WITH LIGHTING

    • 15:45

      Afternoon debate: Can design and lighting boost sales?

      Panellists:Peter Fordham, Electrical Engineering Design Manager of Sainsbury’s, Matt Love, Lighting Manager of Tesco
      Can the right interior design and illumination really drive customer dwell times and returns? In this timely discussion, managers from retail and hospitality join designers on how interiors and lighting can be geared to drive return on investment.

    • 16:15

      Case Study: retail lighting

      Many organisations insist on regimented lighting design and display. Does this hold back good design and limit creativity? Or can it ensure all properties meet the requirements to uphold the company’s image? A selection of lighting managers from retail and hospitality discuss the issues.

    • 16:40

      One-on-one interview

      We discuss with a leading retailer how lighting is playing a key role in driving up brand values and reinforcing the store format concept.

    • 17:05

      Heroes of the high street (and the the villains)

      Team Lux names its high-street heroes who are leveraging lighting to create great selling spaces – as well as those who are getting it wrong.



Lighting for Museums and Galleries

Art doesn’t reproduce the visible’ asserted Paul Klee. ‘Rather, it makes visible the invisible’. The LED lighting revolution is rapidly arriving in museums and galleries, bringing with it a whole array functionality beyond simply illumination.

Smart controls and LEDs are changing how we think about lighting, and how we successfully light the world’s most precious objects and artworks. This timely and exciting event will bring together world experts to explore the latest techniques and technologies that can create great visitor experiences in our museums and galleries.

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  • Wednesday 14 November 2018

    • 09:25

      Chair's opening remarks

    • 09:30

      Lighting art - The rules of engagement


      A complete primer on best practice in the illuminations of art and artefacts. How to draw up a lighting policy guidance document, and the effect of lighting on objects, documents, fabrics and other materials.

    • 09:55

      Five things no-one tells you about LEDs and art

      LEDs have revolutionised the lighting industry – but what are the challenges in the museums and galleries sector? Our speaker looks at their implications of LEDs for the curation and conservation of artworks.

    • 10:20

      TM-30 and colour rendering in an LED world

      Why everything we know about colour rendering is wrong in an LED world. The methodology of colour rendering indices and why they don’t work for LEDs. TM-30 and why it’s a possible replacement. 

    • 10:45

      Exhibition, coffee and networking

    • 11:10

      Project exemplar: Art gallery case study

      We explore in depth a recent case study installation at a major art gallery. The concept, the technology, the curation and conservation challenges and how they were overcome.

    • 11:35

      Morning debate: Are curation concerns holding back innovation?

      Are the guidelines and standards on the illumination of artworks and precious objects holding back innovation and causing the sector to lag behind early-adopters of cutting-edge lighting technologies such as the retail and hospitality industry? Our panel discusses the issues.  

    • 12:00

      Project exemplar: Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

      We explore in depth the recent relighting of the Medieval and Renaissance wings of the venerable Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. The focus was not only to be on the artworks, but also on the whole visitor experience, through a harmonious lighting narrative.

    • 12:25

      Using visible light communication

      Visible light communication is an exciting new technology which embeds data in the light from LED luminaires. This can help visitors locate themselves in a museum or gallery and inform and engage them in a whole new way.

    • 12:50

      IoT lighting in museums and galleries


      Smart and internet-connected lighting can monitor and control the museum and gallery environment and, moreover, deliver new models of engagement and education. We look at the exciting possibilities.

    • 13:15

      Lunchtime debate: Have we forgotten the artist?

      Now we have the ability to illuminate artworks and objects to any given spectral signature, what should our approach be? Does one attempt to reproduce the lighting of the artist’s studio where the work was realised? Or its original intended home? Or, if we attempt to emphasise the experience for the visitor by bringing out the colours and drama, are we betraying the artist’s intentions?  Our expert panel of curators, historians, conservators and lighting designers discuss the issues.



Lighting’s role in health productive buildings

Despite conventional wisdom, workplaces are deceptively difficult places to light well. They are also one of the few categories of lighting with solid restrictions on light level and do’s and don’ts.

Few will suffer if your building façade is lit to 20 lux not 50; make a similar mistake in the workplace and you could have a lawsuit. This conference will show you how to create great spaces that boost productivity and well being.

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  • Thursday 15 November 2018

    • 09:25

      Welcome from the chairman

    • 09:30

      SESSION ONE: THE RULES AND HOW TO BREAK THEM

    • 09:30

      Workplaces: What the standards and guides say


      Our expert speaker explores the regulatory and guidance landscape relating to workplaces, including the key elements of the Building Regulations and European standards as well as CIBSE’s guide LG7 and the WELL Standard.

    • 10:00

      Non visual effects of light

      Speaker: Luke Price, Senior Radiation Protection Scientist of Public Health England

      In this presentation, CIE’s new international standard CIE DIS 026:2018 on the metrology for the health and wellbeing aspects of exposure to light will be introduced. This is one step in a process expected to have wide-ranging consequences for lighting specialists and researchers. Luke Price of Public England and CIE Division 6 Secretary explains.

    • 10:30

      Case Study: Biophilic Office of the Future

      Speaker: Cosmin Ticleanu, Principal Lighting Consulant of BRE
      The Biophilic Office is a two-year research and demonstration project, currently underway, investigating how office refurbishment measures inspired by biophilic design principles can improve occupant productivity and wellness. Cosmin of the BRE will look at the light levels and assessment of daylight in the existing space, and objectives of the post-refurbishment phase.

    • 11:00

      Networking and exhibition break

    • 11:25

      SESSION TWO: LIGHT QUALITY

    • 11:30

      The status of human centric lighting today

      Speaker: Jim Ashley-Down, Managing Director of Waldmann
      With much confusion around human-centric/biodynamic/circadian lighting the acceptance, and implementation of the overall concept is suffering. We’ll take a look at the current status and discuss where we can go from here.

    • 12:00

      Case Study: Learning from WeWork

      WeWork has shaken up the commercial real estate market with its innovative global network of dynamic workspaces. What are the lessons from its successful design? And what can we learn from the lighting?

    • 12:30

      Workplace lighting: Ask the experts

      Panelists: Christopher Knowlton, Director of 18 Degrees Below, Inessa Demidova, Lighting Designer of Arup
      Our panel designers, consultants and commercial property managers answer your questions about lighting in workplaces, including standards and regulations, controls, personalisation, design, light quality, LEDs, human-centric and circadian lighting.

    • 13:00

      Lunchtime debate: Do we know enough to start implementing human-centric lighting?

      Panelists: Helen Loomes,Business Development Director, Trilux
      Leading scientists argue that more research is needed before we can implement so-called ‘human-centric lighting’. But already many offices, schools and care homes have implemented lighting installations which are described as having non-visual effects on occupants. So are we right to start using the technology?

    • 13:30

      SLL Young Lighter of the Year 2018

      Finalists: Emma Beadle, Katia Kolovea, Carla Piatti, Sunny Sribanditmongkol, Sanny Yuwono
      The five finalists vying for the coveted title of Young Lighter of the Year give their mini-presentations to a team of expert judges. This year the finalists are Emma Beadle (Children’s utopiuan visions of the city: Co-designing lighting masterplans through play and exploration); Katia Kolovea (Light as a medium to enhance communication in urban spaces); Carla Piatti (Interactive lighting in public spaces); Sunny Sribanditmongkol (Design strategies for daylighting in a Thai rowhouse) and Sanny Yuwono (Is there a threshold for the degree of chroma used to allow colour in exterior lighting without making the building incongruous to its surroundings?).
      The competition is in its 24th year and the winner will be announced at the Lux Awards 2018 later this evening.

    • 13:45

      SESSION THREE: LEARNING FROM REAL-WORLD PROJECTS

    • 14:50

      Case Study: Europe’s biggest human-centric office

      Speaker: Tomas Michna, Facility and services senior manager, Innogy
      Europe’s largest human-centric lighting installation involves over 2,000 light fittings providing dynamic illumination for 550 workers across 10,000 square metres at the headquarters of energy company Innogy in Prague. The LED luminaires are tuned to the workers’ circadian sleep-wake cycles and are designed to stimulate energy levels at set times in the day. Here Tomas Michna of Innogy walks us through the project.

    • 15:20

      Networking and exhibition break

    • 15:40

      How human centric lighting can go mainstream

      Speaker: Pat Kelly, Research, Development and Innovation Director of LED Group Robus
      It’s time for human centric lighting to go mainstream. We can respond today to the need for programmable, timed, colour-temperature varying lighting in the workplace and in education. Pat Kelly of Robus outlines a vision for installer-friendly human-centric lighting and its benefits.

    • 16:10

      Debate: Are the rules there to be broken?

      Lighting designers have long challenged the common standards and regulations relating to office lighting. Are they right to do so? And are their actions creating a two-tier hierarchy of lit environments? Or do we need to revisit the guidance to encourage more creativity and better workplaces?

    • 16:40

      Chairman’s closing remarks






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