The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is presenting an event about the future of lighting controls. The presenter is Sophie Parry of the Zumtobel group.
Lighting controls have been in existence for many years now, and can comprise anything from a manually operated one way switch to an external sensor array that monitors the position of the sun; adjusting internal lighting to mimic its colour temperature and harness natural light levels. Artificial light output is reduced to ‘blend’ both components to meet the lighting performance objective.
Electric lighting control will, in the next few years, change profoundly as new technologies and concepts such as the Internet of Things, Li-Fi and PoE lighting appear.
So, as designers and specifiers, we must be aware of the current thinking for the specification and validation of lighting controls, readying us to understand and assess the next generation of lighting control technologies that are just over the horizon.
This talk is designed to benchmark current thinking and best practice as a foundation and then to look at the future and what that might bring in the form of new lighting control technology.
Date: Wednesday, 7th June 2017
Time: 19:15 Arrival and registration
Location: The Adelaide Pub, Park Road, Teddington, TW11 0AU
Please visit this link to register online and reserve your free place.