Program Day 1

11:30-18:30 H

Smart Lighting 2016, Tuesday May 24, Milan.

   
11:30-12:00 Registration
12:00-13:00 Opening Lunch
   
PARALLEL SESSIONS
   
   Business & Application sessions
13:00-13:30 Intelligent lighting management with cloud service and local sensor control
By Mr. Kari Kananen, Valopaa Ltd, Finland. More info.
13:30-14:00 OmniPoint - A Wireless, Array-Based LED Lighting Solution
By Mr. Alan Sarkisian, Osram Sylvania, Germany. More info.
14:00-14:30 Zhaga meets IoT: standardizing a versatile connector for outdoor luminaires
By Dr. Dee Denteneer, Secretary General, The Zhaga Consortium, United States. More info.
14:30-15:00 Light as a Service: Why and how to switch to this fortunate business model
By Mr. Han Bak, CEO, Chess Wise BV, The Netherlands. More info.
15:00-15:30 Tea break
15:30-16:00 Strategic Roadmap of European Lighting Industry
By Dr. Jan Denneman, President, LightingEurope, Vice President Industry Associations, Philips Lighting BV, The Netherlands. More info.
16:00-16:30 User-Interface design and control for smart and connected lighting
By Mr. Alan Sarkisian, Osram Sylvania, Germany. More info.
16:30-17:00 Human centric lighting in open plan offices
By Dr. Bianca van der Zande, Senior Scientist / topic owner Human Centric Lighting, Philips Lighting, The Netherlands. More info.
   
   Technology sessions
13:00-13:30 New continuous Production method of large area EL-Systems
By Mr. Moritz Graf zu Eulenburg, CEO, InovisCoat GmbH, Germany. More info.
13:30-14:00 True occupancy detection: computer vision meets smart lighting
By Mr. Fabio Galasso, Head of the Sensors Department, OSRAM GmbH, Germany. More info.
14:00-14:30 New daylight-oriented metric for assessment of non-visual effects of light on humans
By Dr. Dieter Lang, Principal Key Expert, Osram GmbH, Germany. More info.
14:30-15:00 Next evolution of Interoperability Standards for the Lighting Industry
By Dr. Tobin J.M. Richardson, President & CEO, ZigBee Alliance. More info.
15:00-15:30 Tea break
15:30-16:00 Sensorized Lighting Systems
By Dr. Silvia Mioc, Director of Industrial Collaboration and Innovation, Center for Lighting Enabled Systems and Applications (LESA), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States. More info.
16:00-16:30 Standards will futureproof smart outdoor lighting networks
By Mr. Davide La Piano, TALQ Consortium, General Manager / Direttore Generale UVAX Italia, United States. More info.
16:30-17:00 The internet of Things is also to become reality in terms of connected Buildings
By Mr. Andreas Manser, CEO, Mivune, Switzerland, and Mr. Patrick Messmer, IoT Business Lead, Switzerland, Intel Direct and Channel Sales Organization. More info.
   
   
   Smart Sensing sessions
13:00-17:30 Parallel tracks about Smart Sensing. Click here for the Smart Sensing program Day 1.
   
PLENARY CLOSURE
   
17:30-18:30 Networking reception at the Expo

Program Day 2

08:00-23:00 H

Smart Lighting 2016, Wednesday May 25, Milan.

   
08:00-08:30 Registration
08:30-08:45 Welcome by Mrs. Astrid Reijs, Conference Director InnovationFab Events and Dr. Jan Denneman, Chair of the Steering Committee Smart Lighting, Vice President Industry Associations, Philips Lighting BV, President, LightingEurope.
   
PLENARY VISIONARY SESSIONS [COMBINED WITH SMART SENSING]
 
08:45-12:45 Plenary Forum Discussion: 'How will the lighting industry make a difference in the digital world?
Moderated by Mr. Mark Halper, Freelance Journalist, Author, Broadcaster, Speaker. More info.
10:15-10:45 Coffee break
  During the 2015 conferences it became clear that the lighting industry sees clear opportunities to transform their installed base into an ubiquitous infrastructure for sensor networks. At that moment in time the sensor suppliers were rather reluctant to embrace this idea and stressed mainly what their technology could add to the existing scene. Now, one year later, we are deeply convinced that by teaming up these industries will finally be able to create smart spaces serving the user's needs. During this joint visionary session we will embark in a dialogue between both industries. The plenary session will be a lively forum discussion with the participation of thought leaders of the lighting and sensor industry and professionally moderated.

The following questions will be addressed:
- What added value will result from the collaboration of the Lighting and Sensing Industry combined with the ICT Industry?
- How can both industries profit from teaming up together?
- What are the main hurdles to make this collaboration happen and how can they be overcome?
- What are the next necessary steps to be taken?

In the first part of the session all forum participants will individually present their company and its view on the envisioned collaboration. After the break all forum participants will engage in an interactive forum discussion moderated by a well-known technology journalist. Conference attendees are welcome to give their input. More details will follow in the coming weeks.

Forum participants [amongst others]:

Mr. Jeroen Rijswijk, GM Head of Digital Systems EMEA, Global Product Director LMS, Osram GmbH. More info.
Mr. Stefan von Terzi, Marketing Director Zumtobel Group. More info.
Mr. Dominiek Plancke, EVP, CEO Professional, Philips Lighting BV. More info.
Mr. Carmelo Papa, Managing Director, STMicroelectronics Srl. More info.
Mr. Steve Corkin, CIO Smart Cities and buildings London, City of London. More info.
Dr. Silvia Mioc, Director of Industrial Collaboration and Innovation, Center for Lighting Enabled Systems and Applications (LESA), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States. More info.

The forum discussion will be moderated by Mr. Mark Halper, Freelance Journalist.
 

12:45-14:00 Lunch break
   
PARALLEL SESSIONS
   
   Business & Application sessions
14:00-14:30 Harmonising Light with People - Human Centric Lighting for Offices
By Mr. Catalin Prahase M.Eng., Head of Marketing and PM, SLE Smart Lighting Engineering, Slovakia. More info.
14:30-15:00 The Connected Lighting Alliance: Providing industry guidance in the complex landscape of open wireless connectivity standards for residential and professional indoor lighting
By Ir. Frank van Tuijl, Secretary General of The Connected Lighting Alliance. More info.
15:00-15:30 Smart Lighting for a not-so-clever Society
By Dr.-Ing.. Erwin A. Plett, CEM, Director, Alfa Lux, Chile. More info.
15:30-16:00 Tea break
16:00-16:30 Smart Street Lighting as the backbone for the Smart(er) City.
By Dr. Richard Sims, Business Manager, Connected Devices, TTP, United Kingdom. More info.
16:30-17:00 Adaptive integration of daylight and artificial lighting
By Dr. Kjell Yngve Petersen, Associate Professor, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark. More info.
   
   Technology sessions
14:00-14:30 It’s the end of “the light” as we know it - Transforming value chains in commercial lighting environments.
By Mr. Patrick van der Meulen, Business Development Manager, Xicato Inc., United States. More info.
14:30-15:00 Integrated tunable LED light engines
By Dr. Wouter Soer, Senior R&D Manager, Lumileds, United States. More info.
15:00-15:30 Interactive Virtual Prototyping Architecture applied to Lighting Design: a Developmental Case-Study
By Mr. Robbie Grigg, PhD, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences & Philips, The Netherlands. More info.
And by Mr. Rik Beyen, Games Programmer, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences & Philips, The Netherlands. More info.
15:30-16:00 Tea break
16:00-16:30 2.5D Free-form Circuit Board Technology for Lighting Applications
By Prof.dr. Jan Vanfleteren, Principal Scientist, Imec, Belgium. More info.
   
   
   Smart Sensing sessions
13:45-17:15 Two parallel tracks about Smart Sensing. Click here for the Smart Sensing program Day 2.
   
PLENARY CLOSURE
   
17:30-23.00 Conference Evening Networking Event. Please gather in Hotel lobby at 17.30. More info

Program Day 3

08:00-13:00 H

Smart Lighting 2016, Thursday May 26, Milan.

   
08:00-08:30 Registration
   
PARALLEL SESSIONS
   
   Business & Application sessions
08:30-09:00 All Roads lead to (Smart) Home
By Mr. Weijian Huang, CEO, Zhejiang Lonsth Info Tech CO., LTD, China. More info.
09:00-09:30 Lighting Personal Control for offices
By Ms. Tatiana Lashina, Sr. Scientist, Philips, The Netherlands. More info.
09:30-10:00 Utilising presence sensing data from the lighting system to optimise building operation
By Mr. Bastiaan de Groot, Director Smart Lighting and Controls, Feilo Sylvania, United Kingdom. More info
10:00-10:30 Tea break
10:30-11:00 Time varying illumination content and color tunable luminaires
By Mr. Steve Paolini, President, Telelumen LLC, United States. More info.
11:00-11:30 Dynamic public lighting
By Professor Dr. Thomas Hubertus Römhild, Professor, Hochschule Wismar, Germany. More info.
   
   Technology sessions
08:30-09:00 Future embedded lighting controls: Requirements and Solutions for an IoT based Architecture
By Dr. Walter Werner, CEO, Werner Management Services e.U., Austria. More info.
09:00-09:30 Cyber Security for Smart Lighting and Smart Sensors
By Mr. Edwin Melenhorst, Cyber Security & Communication Specialist, Dekra, The Netherlands. More info.
09:30-10:00 Human-Centric Lighting: The only Path to People’s Mind and Daily Lives
By Mr. Christos Malavazos PhD, Dipl-Ing., Co-founder & CTO, Grindrop, United kingdom. More info.
10:00-10:30 Tea break
10:30-11:30 Street data-enabled lighting
By Mr. Juan José González Méndez, Smart Systems Division Manager, ELT - Especialidades Luminotécnicas, Spain. More info.
11:00-11:30 Connected Lighting Solution for commercial applications based on Open Standards
By Mr. Mathias Burger, Program Manager IP-Connected Lighting, Tridonic, Austria. More info.
11:30-12:00 Lighting Beyond Illumination: Smart Home Lighting
By Dr. Ir. Kars-Michiel Lenssen, Principal Scientist, Philips Lighting, The Netherlands. More info.
   
PLENARY CLOSURE
   
1200-13:00 Lunch at the Expo