Further extending its position as the leader in commercial and architectural lighting technology and education, LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) is launching the Building Integration Pavilion on the trade show floor, along with a parallel educational track as part of its renowned conference programming, at the May 2010 trade show and conference in Las Vegas. One of four pavilions showcased in the exhibit hall, Building Integration addresses one of the industry’s foremost topics of interest, spotlighting companies with enterprise system technologies used to maximize and form energy-efficient buildings.
With more than 475 exhibitors and nearly 80 unique educational courses, LFI is on the forefront of technology best suited for the architectural and commercial industry. As LFI progresses with its exhibitors and attendees, Building Integration is the natural evolution as the industry moves toward more energy-efficient structures and operations. The Building Integration Pavilion will feature well-known companies within this arena and highlight their most successful projects.
The Building Integration Pavilion joins the ranks of an already impressive collection of pavilions featured at LFI, including the Daylighting Pavilion, Design Pavilion and the Global Light + Design Pavilion—known since its 2008 introduction as the European Light + Design Pavilion.
Additionally, Building Integration will have a presence during the LFI conference with new courses dedicated to educating attendees on energy efficiencies, optimizing the overall building performance, analysis and comparisons of improving efficiencies and other relevant timely topics.
LFI 2010 attendees will be the first to discover Building Integration as an integral part of the lighting industry, experiencing it firsthand in the Pavilion and in an educational format.
The LIGHTFAIR International Trade Show & Conference takes place May 12-14, 2010, and the LIGHTFAIR Daylighting Institute® and LIGHTFAIR Institute® take place May 10-11, 2010 at Las VegasConvention Center.