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Philips – Hall 5.1, Stand B50/70


Osram – Hall 2.0, Stand B50


Philips – Hall 5.1, Stand B50/70


Digitalisation of Lighting Novaled AG – HalL 1.1, Stand H05 Osram – Hall 2.0, Stand B50


One of the central focuses of this year’s fair, ‘Digitalisation of Lighting’ looks at new products on the market that aim to meet energy efficiency targets.


Verbatim – Hall 4.1, stand C26


This year’s Light+Building has two central focuses, one of which being the Digitalisation of Lighting, a subject that is of paramount importance to those involved in the industry. With pressure from the EU Directive slowly banning the use of some inefficient light sources, the battle to create more efficient light fittings is causing a real surge in the levels of technological advancement in the lighting sector. This is something that visitors will be able to explore and discuss in detail at the show. The driving force of this move towards energy efficiency is the LED, and the popularity of LED retrofit lamps only serves to highlight the scope with which the digitalisation of light is affecting the industry. The full efficiency of LEDs can be utilised with the help of special optical and control systems, and design of the products ranges from a reflection of traditional fittings to more adventurous creations. The creativity that has emerged from the quest for energy efficiency has really


injected life into the lighting industry, and this is what makes the Light+Building fair so appealing to visitors and exhibitors alike. As an extension of the LED, Organic Light Emitting Diodes, or OLEDs, are beginning to come to the surface. A future oriented solution; OLEDs radiate a soft, diffuse light and can be used for a number of applications. The record efficiency of OLEDs and the fact that they are a flat light source has really caught the attention of people in the lighting industry. Innovative displays by exhibitors focusing on LED and OLED light sources are likely to attract significant attention at the show, and organisers of the fair believe that this is evidence enough that the era of digitalised lighting has already begun. Exhibitors such as Philips, Osram, Verbatim and Novaled AG will be showcasing their latest LED and OLED products at the show, and discussion on the subject is set to be at the forefront of agendas.


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