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The Lighting Association Lighting Controls Demonstration Area The Lighting Association will be presenting a lighting controls feature at ARC. A system approach to the installation of lighting, which can generate energy savings well in excess of those possible from a purely product approach is at the heart of the industry’s energy efficiency policy. ‘Europe wide, the lighting industry is adopting the systems approach and we wanted to demonstrate to visitors, civil servants and ministers exactly what this looks like,’ says Peter Hunt the LA’s chief executive. Working with LA member company Photonstar, the feature area will consist of an intelligent corridor system with occupancy control and daylight linking, and a conference room providing controls for flexibility of room use and maximised energy savings. LA member company Projection lighting will also be providing products for the area.


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LIF Technical Seminar Programme A free informative seminar programme brought to you by the Lighting Industry Federation will give you the very latest updates on the hot topics of the industry.


Day 1 - 12 January


11.15-12.00 How much energy does lighting use? The amount of electricity usage in the UK for lighting; the potential savings possible in terms of CO2 and bottom-line costs and how new technology combined with intelligent lighting systems can help to drive these savings.


Nightseeing London


NightSeeing is a two-part guide to a city’s nocturnal lighting environment, including an hour-long evening walk led by world renowned urban lighting artist Leni Schwendinger. The London NightSeeing programme is part of the top-level IALD Enlighten Europe Conference, which runs alongside the ARC Show. NightSeeing London will form two parts with the first section comprising a LightTalk, providing a basic understanding of the systems lighting our cities. The second aspect, LightWalk, will see delegates led on a walk after-dark where Leni will decode the shadows, emanations and reflections that define the nightscape, from shop silhouettes and signage to streetlights and the phantom photons of passing cars.


14.15-15.00 LEDs - what’s the latest? The latest LED developments and technology from leading manufacturers, plus an update on standardisation for LEDs and some examples of best practice applications. 16.00-16.30 Turning off the Streetlights? The latest thinking on the ‘Safety vs. Energy Debate’ regarding street lighting.


Day 2 - 13 January 11.15-12.00 Are you in control of your lighting? The latest in lighting controls and intelligent lighting systems; looking at developments and issues under each of the main technologies i.e. fluorescent, HD, LEDs and halogen.


14.15 - 15.00 Do you know what you don’t know? A session discussing: 1) What are the risks of non-compliance? The increasing responsibilities on all parties in the supply chain to meet legislative, regulatory and standard requirements whilst continuing to grow their businesses. 2) Value-adding opportunities in lighting. 3) Through-life cost calculation vs. focus on initial capital investment.


SLL Young Lighter of the Year


The Society of Light and Lighting will host the final of its Young Lighter of The Year Awards on the 12th January at 4.30pm. The competition provides a unique platform for young lighting students and professionals to hold forth on a lighting subject of their choice. Four finalists have been selected to present their papers in the final held at the show.


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