CONFERENCE TRACKS

Strategies in Light and The LED Show are known for providing the highest level of quality in technical content.  Featuring a peer-reviewed program specifically designed to provide the latest in technologies, trends and market updates, this exceptional program is relied upon year after year by thousands of attendees for learning the most important, need-to-know information.  The program is comprised of the following three tracks plus The LED Show that run concurrently over three days:

 

2018 Conference Tracks

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TRACK 1: THRIVING IN A DISRUPTED LIGHTING MARKET
Setting the stage for the next wave of market evolution

This track is designed to explore the wide range of uses of LEDs in lighting products and applications. It also aims to understand the future development of the solid-state lighting market by assessing the challenges to market growth as well as possible solutions to overcoming those challenges. This track particularly focuses on emerging applications that have not been served well by conventional lighting technologies and whose unique requirements are being met more effectively by LED solutions.

Who Should Attend:
Lighting Manufacturers, Lighting Distributors, End Users of LED Lighting Products, Lighting Specifiers, Financial Analysts, Facility Managers, Lighting Designers, Lighting Architects, Government Regulators

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TRACK 2: TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION TO SUPPORT MARKET GROWTH
Key technologies that will change the face of lighting

This track focuses on the technical issues associated with the development and implementation of LED lighting.  The scope includes not only the LED components but also the technologies that go into making a lighting product, including drivers, optics, and materials.  The issues addressed in this track include performance, lifetime, reliability, luminaire design, comparison of technical approaches, and many others.

Who Should Attend:
Engineering Management, Product Engineering & Manufacturing, Product Manager/System Design, Corporate R&D, Industrial Designers, Engineering, Research & Development (Academic, Government), Test, Measurement, Quality Control, Management (executive, general), Lighting Designers, Interior Designers, Architects, Facility Manager/Building Owners, Contractors, Landscape Architects, End Users of LED/lighting products

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TRACK 3: WILL ALL LIGHTING BECOME CONNECTED?
The role of lighting in the Internet of Things

This track focuses on how connected or smart lighting fits into the world of IOT (Internet of Things). Discussions will cover the entire spectrum of the market, including data analytics, network security, the true value of connected lighting, convergence of lighting into the IOT, communications protocols, smart cities, new business approaches and many more.

Who Should Attend:
Lighting Manufacturers, Lighting Distributors, End Users of LED Lighting Products, Lighting Specifiers, Financial Analysts, Facility Managers, Lighting Designers, Lighting Architects, Government Regulators, Engineering Management, Product Engineering & Manufacturing, Product Managers/System Designers, Corporate R&D, Industrial Designer, Research & Development (Academic, Government), Management (Executive, General).

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The LED Show, co-located with Strategies in Light
Lighting Experience - the designer perspective

The LED Show track focuses on Lighting Design and Lighting Applications. Topics will include color quality, Title 24, design techniques and new fixture technology. Panel discussions will touch on the effects of lighting and how it affects our human biological rhythms/physiology. Also featured during The LED Show track are sessions on enabled technology, IoT, breakthrough technologies, new distribution models, Smart Cities, and much more.

Who Should Attend:
Lighting Manufacturers, Lighting Distributors, End Users of LED Lighting Products, Lighting Specifiers, Facility Managers, Lighting Designers, Lighting Architects, Government Regulators, City Planners, Engineering Management, Product Engineering & Manufacturing, Utility Managers, Product Managers/System Designers, Corporate R&D, Industrial Designers, Research & Development (Academic, Government) and Management