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LuxLive 2020open for registration T


Major lighting brands and organisations are backing this month’s LuxLive Digital Festival 2020, which is now open for registration.


he event – an extensive online educational programme about lighting over two days – is being


supported by Bluetooth, Thorlux Lighting, the Lighting Industry Association, the Society of Light and Lighting, the Institution of Lighting Professionals, Women in Lighting, the Wi-Sun Alliance, Helvar and the Digital Illumination Interface Alliance. LuxLive – which takes place on Wednesday 11


November and Thursday 12 November 2020 – will have a central theme of Health and Wellbeing and is divided into four main strands: Emergency Lighting, Smart Lighting, Workplace and Lightspace, focusing on lighting in architecture. Each strand will take centre stage at certain times


throughout the festival and will deliver compelling content. In addition to the headline acts, the event will also offer sponsored keynote presentations as well as case studies and interactive learning. Big name speakers include Mark Major of Speirs + Major, Giles Radford of the City of London and lighting scientist Christopher Cuttle. The Emergency Lighting strand includes


presentations of the responsibilities of building owners under the law, how to do a risk assessment, emergency lighting for social housing, how to manage emergency lighting across an estate and emergency lighting controls. The Smart Lighting strand, sponsored by Bluetooth, will look at how to monitor social distancing using the lights, how circadian


lighting transformed life at a Derby care home, the lighting controls behind the City of London become a ‘smart city’, the compatibility of DALI-2 and Bluetooth mesh and what it means for lighting control, and how street lights that monitor air quality and footfall. The Workplace track will focus on lighting for


productivity and wellness. Seminars will explore how to light to the WELL v2™ pilot standard as well as some high profile case studies. Christopher Cuttle will host a session entitled ‘Time to replace the lumen’. The LightSpace track focuses squarely on


architectural lighting design. The keynote is by Mark Major of Speirs + Major on the relighting of Norwich Cathedral.


Robyn Goldstein


Szymon Slupik


Elettra Bordonaro


Dead Skira


Sami Salomaa


Steven Lockley


Sophie Parry


Lara Jiad


Ruth Kelly Waskett


Mark Major


Christopher ‘Kit’ Cuttle


Manal Kahale


36 | electrical wholesalerNovember 2020


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