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Lighting's place in the IoT world: A Designer's perspective

  • Date:Wednesday, May 9
  • Time:10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Room:S402A
  • Session Type:90-minute Seminar
  • Session Code:L18S12
  • Type of Session:90-Minute Seminars
  • Session Level:Intermediate
  • Target Audience:Architect / Interior Designer / Landscape, Lighting Designer / Engineer, Owner / Facility Manager / End User / IT Manager, Researcher / Educator / Student, Intergrator / Aggregator
  • Short Course Description:This session will review opportunities for connected light in typical project environments, beginning with a basic understanding of the necessary lighting system parts required.
  • Type of Track:Design Tools and Technologies, Intelligent Lighting and Connectivity
  • Learning Objective 1:The attendee will be able to analyze goals and objectives for the use of connected lighting systems.
  • Learning Objective 2:The attendee will identify opportunities for connected lighting environments.
  • Learning Objective 3:The attendee will explore required components for a connected light system.
  • Learning Objective 4:The attendee will compare and contrast control topologies used to achieve a connected goal.
  • Teaching Method:Lecture, Interactive
  • CEU:1.5

The term "connected light" and IoT are buzzwords constantly overheard in the industry. What is connected lighting and how does it allow people to better engage with their environment? Be it an in interactive art installation, a tuneable lighting system in a Well certified office fit out, or voice activated lighting in home automation, this session will review opportunities for connected light in typical project environments. Session leaders will guide participants through a basic understanding of the necessary lighting system components, features and protocols required.

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