A whole host of experts are set to gather at Lux's Emergency Lighting Conference, which will be held in central London at the end of June.
The day will consider some of the most important issues that are currently being debated within the emergency lighting field, including the challenges and opportunities of wireless control systems and the role that emergency lighting will play within the Internet of Things (IoT).
You can find out more about the Lux Emergency Lighting and register to attend by clicking here.
Speakers will include a number of leaders in the field of emergency lighting including David Mooney of Atkins, Chris Auger of BAFE and Steve Saville of Eaton, who will offer a case study of installing emergency lighting on a university campus.
Advice will also be given on how to integrate controls and emergency lighting and what particular issues can be prompted by a Dali-based control system.
Talks will also be offered on the best ways do an emergency lighting risk assessment.The conference will also give advice on how to write your own best-practice spec.
Few people would be happy getting on a aeroplane that reached the minimum safety standard. So what does ‘best practice’ in emergency lighting look like? What are the simple ways to go beyond the minimum laid down for compliance with the regulations and how can we ensure the highest standards of safety for the people in our buildings?