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LuxLive 2013


LuxLive – the event that is revolutionising lighting.


LuxLive 2013 is almost upon us and with 5,000 square metres of innovations and no fewer than five theatres of presentations and debates, there’s something for everyone. Taking place at Earls Court on 20th – 21st November, LuxLive is one of the UK’s most innovating and exciting lighting event and it is entirely free-to-attend.


At LuxLive, there really is something for everyone in the lighting industry.


For Lighting Specifiers such as Designers, Consulting Engineers, Facilities Managers, Architects, Contractors and Distributors LuxLive is an absolute ‘must do’. It’s one of the most comprehensive lighting exhibitions in the UK: a ground-breaking mix of new technologies and innovations, interactive features, masterclasses, talks and demos.


LuxLive features more than 50 hours of free-to-attend talks, debates and panel discussions. The programme at LuxLive has been divided into the key end user sectors that are feeling the effects of the LED revolution. In each sector, they’ll look in depth at some of the best exemplar projects, drill into some of the key technologies and debate the particular problems of that sector in a dedicated panel discussion.


As well as these, there’ll be streams on OEM issues, such as warranties, a dedicated theatre for designers, CPD sessions and the Society of Light and Lighting’s acclaimed Masterclass programme, the Young Lighter of the Year presentations and a host of other meetings and events. There’ll be debates about LEDs and lighting controls in the all singing, all dancing new LuxArena and a comprehensive financing briefing by big providers such as the Carbon Trust, Siemens and others, giving you an invaluable overview of the various ways to fund a lighting retrofit. In this


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special session, they will outline the various options that are available to fund a low- energy retrofit lighting installation.


Leading the technological shift in lighting, LuxLive exhibitors will be presenting ground-breaking developments designed to allow you to create stunning spaces, while dramatically reducing your carbon footprint and slashing energy bills. Some of the biggest names in the lighting industry will be showing their latest innovations including Philips, GE, Thorn and Toshiba. In total there will be more than 160 exhibitors including up-and-coming players with hot kit such as Ricoh, Soarer and Rako. Also, established names such as Dextra will be showing their developments for the first time in a generation.


Here are some of top picks for LuxLive 2013, making it simply unmissable!


LightFight LuxLive is throwing open its doors until 9pm on 20th November giving you the chance to extend your day, enjoy drinks with our exhibitors and witness LightFight - our most ambitious event to date! LightFight will pit teams from the UK’s top lighting design practices against each other in a competition that will test their artistic, scientific, technical and design knowledge and abilities.


Lighting Spy We expose the worst excesses of lighting energy waste in the UK – by visiting new and existing projects and checking. But we


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don’t just criticise – our Lighting Spy team will propose alternatives that will save energy and improve the quality of the lighting.


Dragons’ Den In this ever-popular format based on the massively successful BBC television programme, entrepreneurs pitch their innovative lighting ideas to our panel of seasoned industry professionals. Who’ll get the thumbs up, and who’ll be told to think again?


Register now for FREE entry To see all the latest technology in one place and learn how the low energy lighting revolution can help you, visit LuxLive by registering for your free entry pass at www.luxlive.co.uk/register


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