Smart Lighting 2014
The Smart Lighting event starts both days with visionary presentations on the development of technology, solutions and business. Excellent speakers will share their vision and outlook on Intelligent and dynamic lighting with you. They will guide you into the next wave of lighting! Click here for an overview of the plenary speakers.
Vision: The future in lighting is to those who see opportunities before they get obvious
The lighting industry is in a phase of transformation, in a mode of re-inventing itself. The future success of lighting will demand involvement of a number of stakeholders and stakeholder communities from outside the traditional lighting industry. Enabled through the emergence of digital light sources, based on semi-conductor technology, and the impact of information- and communication technology, new business models will emerge, which creates lighting as a service. Light when and where needed!
On track towards the Internet of Things.
Message from the Conference Chair:
Times they are a changin! Smart Lighting is called the third wave in lighting evolution, enabled through the introduction and emergence of semiconductor based digital light sources such as LEDs and OLEDs.This marriage of semiconductor and lighting technologies will open up an array of new functionalities and a myriad of exciting new applications. Lighting becomes dynamic in colour and intensity, interactive in control and adaptive in demand. And it could add up to 50% in energy consumption over traditional light sources.
Find out about the visionary speakers Smart Lighting 2014: it’s all about Vision, Strategy, Business. http://t.co/a3HvuJUNRQ #smartlighting
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RT @PhilipsLight: Ever been lost in an airport? LED carpets provide a guiding light http://t.co/NDIqAXTZrb #FutureOfLight http://t.co/qneh…
Speakers plenary program Smart Lighting 2014: Vision, Strategy, Business. See http://t.co/a3HvuJUNRQ for an overview
RT @LEDinside: PIDA’s Unveils Top 10 LED Lighting Manufacturers List: Photonics Industry and Technology Development Associa... http://t.c…
Smart in lighting? showcase your company at the global Smart Lighting 2014, Barcelona. http://t.co/a3HvuJUNRQ On track towards the IoT
Smart Lighting May 7&8, global networking event on intelligent and dynamic lighting open to papers/exhibition inquiry http://t.co/8AlXRcx3Sv
Quotes from our speakers:
"Bartenbach faces today the challenge of seamless borders between lighting design, luminaire design and electrical design. Before the strong market impact through LEDs it was well defined who is in charge of optical design and who is working on the electrical layout. While LEDs become the market dominating light source, the challenge of integrating... Read more
"Over the last decade, we have seen smart lighting evolve from the basic motion sensor, to playing a major role in whole-home and total building management systems. Some of the strategies used include daylighting as part of an overall energy-savings strategy, controlling lights remotely from smart devices, and analyzing a building’s lighting usage data... Read more
"Smart Lighting technology is expanding the capabilities of lighting design with dynamic spectral control and integrated sensing capability. As lighting systems get smarter, a vision of autonomous, self-commissioning illumination systems is emerging where illumination plays an active role in managing human health and well-being, improving worker productivity, providing wireless communications, and improving building management... Read more
"Digitization is pervading all areas of life. People and things are networking with each other online, more and more data are being exchanged from mobile devices, and access to information is becoming both more comprehensive and more personalized. Networked intelligent lighting systems analyze data, making it easier to service and manage lighting in complex... Read more
"The Connected Lighting Alliance foresees that open wireless standards are a key enabler of smart lighting technology. The advent of LED technology has brought exciting new functionalities which require innovative control mechanisms. With wireless lighting controls, users can easily switch, dim, change color, and make group color settings. In addition, wireless networks enable new... Read more
"Just as no one buys a smartphone based on its ability to make phone calls, future buyers of smart-lighting will not be buying lights for their ability to produce illumination. They will be buying into an ecosystem of applications and services that have absolutely nothing to do with light. You will find lighting intersecting... Read more
"At Innr Lighting, we believe that in the near future networked ‘’’things” will talk to each other without direct human interference. They will intelligently cooperate in ways never seen before to assist mankind and perform tasks far beyond their stand-alone capabilities. The home, the workplace, leisure accommodations: eventually they will all turn into ‘smart... Read more
"Over the past centuries mankind has created extensive artificial environments in which we live, work, rest, and recreate. Many of these environments have contributed to our social wellbeing, but along the way we lost the use of natural (day)light, thus falling short on the beneficial qualities that can go with it. It is our... Read more
"Smart lighting technology moves the current state of lighting, which focuses primarily on visibility, safety and security to a broader dimension. Smart lighting opens the future to solutions that respond and even predict the needs of people within a space. For lighting solutions to be “efficient”, they must also be “effective” with a focus... Read more
"Espoo Innovation Garden & ENIGMA: Purchasing something that is not available on the market yet Usually, lighting design in urban outdoor environments is based on lighting criteria and recommendations. The lighting design obeys the rules and often only a little – if any – thought is put into the actual needs of the end-user.... Read more
"LensVector and Laval university firmly think that lighting must be adjustable to optimize energy consumption, support adequately human activities and wast as little as possible (including light "pollution"). To make this happen a real time adaptation capacity is necessary. Legacy mechanical interventions are costly, occupy additional space and are not reliable. We think that... Read more
"Smart lighting technology is on the edge of a transformational era that will shape how we illuminate our homes, our offices and outdoor spaces. The future of lighting will be a truly smart system that will have integrated sensor technology, wireless communications and smart intelligence running on small low power processors which will create... Read more