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“We exhibited the Bluetooth® mesh networking capability at Trends in Lighting to educate a large international audience on what Bluetooth as a lighting platform can offer. The conversations and feedback we received at the event were extremely valuable, and we look forward to showcasing even more ways facility operators can maximize smart lighting at this year’s Trends in Lighting conference and exhibition”. Ken Kolderup, BluetoothSIG.
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Contributors TiL 2018
Contributing Organizations: Bartenbach, BILTON, Bluetooth, DIAL, Global Lighting Association, KTH Stockholm, Die Lichtplaner, Lichtvision Design, LightingEurope, Nichia, OSRAM, Tropp Lighting Design, Samsung, Seoul Semiconductor, Skandal Technologies, Signify (früher Philips Lighting), Tridonic, Trilux, Zumtobel, and more.
Michael Immecke from DIAL showed the new planning tool DIALux evo 8.0 and presented the new book “Smart Building Design” for Architects.
Eindhoven Technical University, Prof. Harm von Essen and Thomas van de Werff, have conducted fundamental acceptance studies on the use of smart lighting in office lighting.
Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, the world leader in the lighting industry, showed the possibilities of indoor navigation and explained the new understanding of light quality/flicker and its specifications. Speakers were Dr. Stefan Verbrugh, Reinhard Voorspoels and Mustafa Octay.
Emre Gunes, explained in its lecture the basic terms of Internet of Things (IoT).
Jim Katsandres, from Bluetooth SIG, explained the possibilities of Bluetooth mesh networks in Smart Buildings.
Carla Wilkins from Lichtvision Design shared her practical experiences with lighting design based on Human Centric Lighting concepts.
Under the term “Sun – Culture – Perception” Gabi Stern and Dorit Malin offered an interactive experience with light.
The theme of lighting expert Brad Koerner from the USA ranged from architectural lighting to architectural media.
DI Matthias Kassner from EnOcean showed an energy-saving and simple way of networking light.
Lutz Nehrhoff from Holderberg showed the award winning innovation of a media light wallpaper.
Dr. Stephen A. Mason from Australia showed his comprehensive studies on the influence of light on the human eye.
Torsten Braun, experienced and recognized lighting designer, presented a study on the physiological development of urban planning.
Prof. Zary Segall of KTH Stockholm, gave a lecture on semantic and cognitive lighting in the direction of artificial intelligence.
Dr. Christoph Peitz, expert on intelligent lighting at OSRAM, explained the IoT business in lighting.
Mag. Wilfried Pohl, Head of Research at Bartenbach, showed an optimised streetlighting for the City of Vienna.
Zumtobel, Seoul Semiconductor, Tapio Rosenius from Skandal Technologies, Silvair, LG Display, OLEDWorks, and more.
Further airports: Friedrichshafen, Memmingen, Altenrhein St. Gallen, Munich, Stuttgart
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TiL 2020 Cancelled | TiL 2021 on September 28-30 in Bregenz