Smart Lighting 2016
Smart Lighting 2016: The premier global networking Conference & Showcase for Intelligent Lighting Business, Technology & Application Development
The Smart Lighting 2016 Event is a global platform for those professionals to meet annually, in order to get informed, to get aligned and to get connected. And most important, to generate new business together, with higher added value. These aspects create a setting, which is unique in its kind.
Lighting and Sensory Technology
Progress in smart lighting and sensory technology is able to contribute substantially to the way people work, live and play. Lighting has developed beyond illumination and now appears to gain momentum through Connected added-value lighting systems & solutions. Sensors are getting connected allowing a world where physical objects are seamlessly integrated into information networks, and where the physical objects can become active participants in business processes. Services are available to interact with these “smart objects” over the internet, query and change their state and information associated with them, taking into account security and privacy issues.
Taking care of People: Redefine Spaces & Technologies
Smart spaces will take care of people’s needs through the teaming up of web connected lighting and sensor networks. The future is with technologies and services putting people at the center of the equation. Technologies taking care of people. With 70% of the global population living in cities by 2030, time has come to redefine the urban space and its functionalities. It will be a tremendous challenge to create “natural” environments with people living, working and relaxing most of their time indoors. But the 150 years old and prevalent lighting grid is still alive and kicking. It is fastly becoming a pre-condition for smarter spaces in commercial buildings, urban environments and private homes.
Smart Lighting: Quality Light & Lighting Conditions
Lighting should not enhance “smartness” for the sake of smartness. It should contribute to the quality of light and lighting conditions.
In smart spaces, connected technologies will take care of complex issues and serve the people from behind the scenes.
Smart spaces will serve people, by generating benefits such as safety & security, comfort & convenience, and health & well-being.
Here’s a small movie looking back to the Smart Lighting 2015 event held in Berlin, Germany:
At the 2016 edition of the event, attendees can freely roam between both conferences and the combined Smart Spaces Expo, to learn about the tremendous new business opportunities this merge of technologies is going to deliver.