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Best practice lighting for airports

Airports have become increasingly demanding users of lighting. The complex – and sometime conflicting – demands of retail, food and beverage outlets, security, baggage handling, concourse and ancillary areas mean it’s become difficult to write a successful lighting strategy. Additionally, airports are keen to differentiate themselves and lighting is seen a key tool in achieving this. In this special presentation, our speaker explains how to reconcile these demands, and create world-class lighting for world-class airports.

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Best practice lighting for airports

How to eliminate flicker

Flicker from lighting causes eyestrain, headaches and lower productivity. Therefore responsible manufacturers and specifiers will want to make sure lighting equipment is compliant with IEEE 1789-2015 and stays within its key thresholds.

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How to eliminate flicker

Best practice - how to ensure internet-connected lighting is secure

Just how easy is it to conduct a successful cyber attack on IP-based lighting equipment? And how can manufacturers protect their products? As lighting becomes increasingly connected to the internet, how can we ensure the highest possible security? Our speaker outlines current best practice.

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Best practice - how to ensure internet-connected lighting is secure

How to get maintenance factors right in an LED world

Despite the switch to LED from traditional lighting sources, many specifiers are still using 0.8 as the maintenance factor for their installations. But with LEDs, everything has changed, and an MF of 0.8 is not suitable for all projects. Lamp lumen maintenance and luminaire maintenance are completely different in a solid-state world, and care must be taken to avoid over- or under-specifying light levels, with consequent implications for energy usage and the lit environment over the installation’s lifetime.

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How to get maintenance factors right in an LED world

BIM

Exploring how BIM works, how to implement it across the supply chain, and specifically its implications for lighting professionals.

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BIM