TiL 2017 Review: The Future of Lighting Illuminated
TiL 2017 Review: Trends in Lighting Successfully Illuminates the Future of the Lighting Industry
The eagerly awaited Trends in Lighting 2017 saw over 1,600 visitors, including designers, architects, technicians and consultants, from every aspect of lighting, gather for three insightful days of debate and discussion. TiL 2017 met the industry’s expectations by bridging the gap between application, design and technology, and allowing experts to share ideas about, and experience the future of lighting. Here’s a brief TiL 2017 Review.
TiL 2017 Review: Admired Experts Celebrate Inauguration
The international delegation, including representatives from Zumtobel, Toshiba, Philips, Dyson, Fulham and Osram took part in over 100 lectures, workshops and forums, given by the world’s most celebrated and admired experts in light design and applications.
Over the three-day event, the prominent speaking points in regards to the future of lighting became clear and were reflected in the speaker sessions, workshops and the networking discussions on the exhibition floor.
TiL 2017 System Award
Volatiles lighting was the winner of the TiL 2017 System Award with the following system: VOLATILES displays the combination of diverse technologies such as IT, RGB lighting, pixel controls and touch technology in a neat, new, lighting system. Due to the novelty of its appearance, operation and control options, the system could provide new potential to the lighting application market.
TiL 2018: A Must Go
TiL 2017 was a truly immersive experience. It gave the industry the impetus to ask the really tough questions of itself. Light quality, digitalization, human centric lighting and connected lighting were the key trends, but TiL 2017 proved there is so much more to do.
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.” Siegfried Luger, Event Director
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