NEW for East Coast! IoT & Smart Lighting Forum
The IoT (Internet of Things) is a concept sweeping many facets of life but what really is the Internet of Things? Smart Lighting is usually defined as the use of IoT to achieve energy efficiency and maintenance. Simply put, Forbes magazine defines the IoT as, ”the concept of basically connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet (and/or to each other).”
So for lighting, this essentially means connecting luminaires and control systems to the Internet, and by default to one another and potentially other building systems. But what does that mean for lighting and what are its implications? This forum strives to address both the potential and challenges of IoT and whether Smart Lighting truly extends beyond using connectivity for energy efficiency and maintenance.
Only at LIGHTFAIR International!
The IoT & Smart Lighting Forum is a one-day series of six 60-minute sessions on Wednesday, May 10. Sessions are available as a Forum package or à la carte.
See below for overview and click here to search by 'Type of Session' (in the right sidebar menu) and select 'IoT & Smart Lighting Forum' to access course descriptions, speaker bios and other detailed information.
|8:00am - 8:25am
||Breakfast Presentation by ENLIGHTED, INC. - Forum Sponsor||ENLIGHTED, INC.|
|8:30-9:30am||L17IT01||The Growing Threat of Turf Wars, and Why They Are a Barrier to the Development and Deployment of Connected Lighting||Michael Poplawski, Mike Welch|
|10am-11am||L17IT02||Intelligent Building Lighting and the Impact of the Internet of Things (IoT)||Ron Zimmer|
|11:30am-12:30pm||L17IT03||IoT Facility Design: Why IT, Engineers, and Operations Should Talk Before Concrete Is Poured||Kathryn Caspar|
|2-3pm||L17IT04||Lighting & IT Collaboration, When Lighting Is Living on or Connected to the Corporate Intranet||Scott Ziegenfus|
|3:30-4:30pm||L17IT05||Cyber Security Hygiene for Lighting Systems||Thomas Blewitt|
|5-6pm||L17IT06||Connected Lighting: The Future of Our Cities||Konkana Khaund, Munish Khetrapal, William Bien|