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LuxLive


Wednesday 20th November 2013 Lux arena in association with CREE


9:30am – Healthcare – Lighting Talk Live. How can we tackle outdated lighting in the NHS? 10.10am – Retail Project Uncovered: Waitrose, Ipswich 10.40am – Cool Wall: LED form factors 11.10am – Lighting Spy Live 11.40am One-on-One Interview: GE CEO Agostino Renna 12.10pm – Retail – Lighting Talk Live. LEDs in retail: Hit or miss? 12.50pm – Live and Dangerous: Extreme Dimming 2.00pm – Product Demonstration: Cree 2.30pm – Commercial – Lighting Talk Live. Does office lighting have to be soul destroying? 3.30pm – Dragons’ Den 4.30pm – Education – Lighting Talk Live. Can tuition fees change the face of university lighting? 5.25pm – Named and Shamed 6.30pm – LightFight sponsored by Wila


Ecolight Theatre Design Clinic Live


9:20am Retail Project Uncovered: Sainsbury’s, Leek 10:30am Commercial Keynote Project 11.00am Retail Keynote Project: World Duty Free, Birmingham International Airport 11.30am Education Keynote: Lighting in Education 12.00pm Controls Project Uncovered: Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge 12.30pm Energy Keynote: Could Energy Performance Contracting Lead to a Revolution in Lighting? 1.30pm Healthcare: Lighting for the Patient 2.00pm Healthcare Project Uncovered: Musselburgh Primary Care Centre, East Lothian 2.30pm How to fund a low-energy


9.30am – Commercial Keynote Project: Spectrum House, Glasgow 10.30am – Hospitality and Leisure Project Uncovered: Guinness Storehouse, Dublin 11.30am – Commercial Project Uncovered: One Angel Square, Manchester 12.00pm – Commercial Project Uncovered: Western Transit Shed conversion, Kings Cross, London 2.00pm – Controls Project Uncovered: University of Bath 2.30pm – Retail Project Uncovered: Superdry, Regent Street 3.00pm – Retail – How to light fashion Tech Theatre One 10.00am Lighting: Your questions answered 10.30am – Emergency Lighting: How to comply with the regs 11.00am – Emergency Lighting: LEDs 11.30am – IET Code of Practice session on LEDs 12.00pm – SLL Masterclass: How to cut energy through design 12.30pm – SLL Masterclass: OLEDs at the tipping point 1.00pm – SLL Masterclass: How to benefit from Enhanced Capital Allowances 1.30pm – SLL Masterclass: L is for


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Seminar programme


lighting project 3.30pm Retrofit Project Uncovered: Garibaldi College, Mansfield 4.00pm Education Project Uncovered: University of Manchester 4.30pm Commercial: The BCO Guide to Office Lighting


Lighting Control 2.30pm – SLL Masterclass: How to reduce energy with a lighting retrofit 3.00pm – Cree CPD Session


3.30pm – LEDs don’t have to be more expensive than conventional systems


Tech Theatre Two


10.30am – How to plan a controls project 11.00am – Innovation Focus: Harvard EyeNut 11.30am – Energy Managers Association meeting 1.00pm Lighting Controls – Discovering Dali 1.30pm – Education – Lighting Controls in Education Applications 2.00pm OEM – LED failures: How to stop them dead 2.30pm OEM – Beyond Illumination 3.00pm OEM – How to use thermal design software 4.00pm – Just how smart is your home? 4.30pm OEM – Driving and cooling LEDs to L90 5.00pm OEM – Designing remote- phosphor luminaires


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