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.

 

Learning points

  • The key trends in lighting for airports around the world
  • How to draw up a lighting strategy for an airport
  • How lighting can assist orientation and intuitive navigation
  • How lighting can differentiate areas in an airport, as well as the airport itself

 

Audience

  • Lighting manufacturers
  • Consulting engineers
  • Lighting designers

 

When

8th February 
1 pm GMT / 7am Cental America / 5pm Dubai / 10pm Hong Kong