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LuxLive review How Did it Go?


We take a look at how the industry has responded to one of the most talked about new event of the year, Lux Live!


A brand new venture will always attract industry attention, and this November the first ever LuxLive was no exception. Many of the biggest names in the industry gathered for the event, and it was delightful to see how all the hard work putting the event together paid off for the organisers. The event was organised by LUX magazine and the Lighting Industry Federation (LIF), and saw 3,849 visitors, 90 exhibiting companies and 809 exhibitors in attendance over the two day period. Ray Molony, Event Director, is delighted with the events success: “We have been overwhelmed by how Lux Live has been received by the entire industry. We made a promise to the lighting industry to deliver the full supply chain to the event, including major end users, and I am pleased to say we kept that promise. We aimed to provide a unique event that will respond to the changing requirements of the industry and, once again, I am delighted that we were able to deliver for exhibitors and visitors alike. We are now looking forward to further developing the event for 2012, ensuring its continued relevance and success.”


Osram


Building KnowLEDge was the theme for OSRAM at LuxLive, embracing the future with LED technology. Visitors were left inspired by the dynamic use of the LEDs in the walk-in Cube experience, and the natural lighting concepts from the OLED installations. OSRAM experts engaged visitors in live tours through each of the lighting environments, demonstrating the commitment for innovative solutions across the whole value chain. For OSRAM, Lux Live has been a fantastic start to a busy lighting season and we hope Lux Live continues through the coming years to strengthen the UK Lighting Industry. www.osram.com


Abacus Lighting


On their stand, Abacus Lighting continued their focus on energy management and sustainability. As part of this commitment, they introduced an extension to their already impressive LED product range. In addition they announced the results from a recent competition in which they joined forces with well-known environmental campaigner Zac Goldsmith to launch a sustainable lighting competition for schools in London. Pupils were invited to submit their creative ideas of what a sustainable future might look like. The winning pupil was Elsa Haughton, aged 12 from Tiffin Girls School in Kingston-upon-Thames, who won a free sustainable lighting scheme for her school worth thousands of pounds. www.abacuslighting.com


Jordon Reflectors/Emergency Lighting Products Jordan Reflectors Limited and Emergency Lighting Products Limited shared space at the LuxLive exhibition to demonstrate their capabilities of designing and manufacturing luminaires and lighting components, including high quality emergency lighting equipment. During a very busy two days both companies created a great deal of interest in the products on show including the Jordan ‘Designerlite’ range of high performance and aesthetically pleasing recessed fluorescent luminaires. Emergency Lighting Products Limited showed several LED luminaires and a wide range of conversion equipment including the new and unique Dali & Self-Test version of the LD-CO conversion equipment for high power LED modules such as Xicato® and Fortimo. www.jordonreflectors.co.uk / www.elp.uk.com


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