Review Lps 2017: 7th International LED professional Symposium+Expo
Review LPS 2017: The most Comprehensive International Event in Lighting to Date
The widely anticipated 7th LED professional Symposium + Expo was set to be the biggest and most comprehensive event in lighting to date, and it kept its promise. Over 1,600 leading technology experts, from industry and research, came together at LpS 2017 to explore, to debate and to build the future of lighting technologies together.
Comprehensive Lectures and Workshop Program
With over 110 lectures, given by the world’s most prominent and admired experts in lighting, the delegation was guided through, and educated in, the very latest developments in technologies, markets and lighting.
Over the three day event, the prominent topics rose to the surface and they permeated the speaker sessions, workshops and the networking discussions on the exhibition floor.
Light Quality is Still Paramount
Against the backdrop of the innovative, next generational smart lighting concepts, the subject of light quality took a leading role at LpS 2017. With all the developments in technologies and the subsequent arrival of new applications, lighting is racing ahead into its future, a future that is being conceptualised and realized simultaneously. Several speakers delivered a note of caution to the crowds. We can build this future for lighting, but we must not forget the spectrum of LEDs still requires considerable work. How can we create the optimal lighting solution if we are focused on the end results speed to be realized, not the quality of it and its value?
Massive Impact for Miniaturization
The integration of light within the world of computer technologies has been a leading trend in the light sector since the introduction of LED and OLED technologies. Experts shared their thoughts on new approaches to miniaturization of control electronics by high-frequency circuits, the adoption of OLED lighting and the potential of miniaturization in both the light source, the drivers and the electronics required to power them. The events content covered the central building blocks of lighting systems from the component or materials right the way through to the application, and it explored the changes, and challenges, being brought by the miniaturization revolution.
LpS Scientific Paper of the Year
The LED professional Scientific Award was awarded to the best scientific paper. The winner was Dr. Ekaterina Nannen from the NanoEnergieTechnikZentrum (NETZ) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. In her paper, Ekaterina Nannen deals with alternative techniques for light generation
LpS 2017 can be considered as a huge success and will continue to grow to meet the needs of delegates, exhibitors and the lighting industry and research as a whole. This year highlighted the need for us to all come together, to share ideas and to support each other because the future of lighting, and its impact on the world, is bigger today than ever before.
The Future of Lighting needs You!
Join LPS 2018 from 25 – 27 September next year, more info to follow soon!