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LuxLive back…


LuxLive is nearly here… we have waited a whole year since the last one and we can’t wait for 20th and 21st November 2013!


Heroes and Villains Team Lux and friends name those who are pushing lighting forward (and those who should be on lighting’s naughty step). Culminates in a vote for the greatest hero – and the worst villain.


With 5,000 square metres of innovations and five theatres of presentations and debates, there’s something for everyone in the lighting industry. Taking place at Earls Court, LuxLive is one of the UK’s most innovating and exciting lighting events and it is entirely free-to-attend!


Major users of lighting such as retailers, commercial offices, healthcare and hospitals, universities and schools, manufacturing, transport and public sector street and outdoor lighting will all benefit from visiting LuxLive and to hear from expert speakers at the seminars.


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?


LuxLive is ideal for designers, consulting engineers, facilities managers, architects, contractors and distributors and 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 Lighting and Lighting’s acclaimed Masterclass


Named and Shamed Complementing the popular monthly feature in Lux magazine, the LuxLive team will look at some of the worst lighting installations that they’ve featured over the past year and ask: what on earth were they thinking?


Keynote: LEDs – The Roadmap The inventor of the blue LED and the man who single-handedly created the LED revolution, Shuji Nakamura of Soraa, gives his view of the future roadmap of the transition to LEDs, including the possibilities created by gallium-on- gallium technology. Followed by a one-on-one interview by Ray Molony, editor of Lux Review, and market overview by Nick Farraway of Soraa.


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