Posted on: April 20, 2018
The Power of Lighting
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
1:30 – 4:30 PM
What does the future hold for lighting within the built environment and what is its relation to modern power demands in a sustainable world? Factors associated with successfully implementing lighting designs, specifically highlighting components related to designing for net zero energy will be discussed. The importance of providing quality lighting solutions touching on elements such as human perception, daylighting, circadian supporting lighting, code requirements, and of course lighting control systems will be outlined. Case studies and sample projects will also be reviewed.
Lighting for Net Zero Buildings
Thursday, May 24, 2018
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
What do lighting professionals need to be aware of when designing for net zero energy? In this session, attendees will learn through case studies, design calculations and integrated design considerations that can be useful when striving for net zero energy. Not only is quality lighting an essential component, but also understanding advanced relationships between connected load, EUI, parasitic loads and the importance of detailed control schemes. The questions of “Why are net zero solutions relevant and what’s the future of lighting look like?” will be answered.
The Promise of Progress: A Lighting Disruption
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
9:00 – 11:00 AM
The disruption that our lighting community is experiencing offers unprecedented opportunities. We will create more wealth in the next ten years than the previous hundred. There is easier access now to capital, knowledge, expertise and advanced technologies than ever before. The cost of food, transportation, communications and energy have fallen dramatically over the past century. LED lighting has become competitive with traditional sources making it accessible and preferable to most consumers. Miniaturization, integration into the electrical infrastructure of buildings and SSL morphing with other trades is already occurring.
The promise of the Internet of Things is starting to materialize. Lighting serves as the lynchpin enabling digital technologies critical to the expansion of city services and connected electrical devices. Life changing benefits can result if systems are designed and used wisely. This presentation addresses relevant protocols, artificial intelligence, data analysis, new trends and more.
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