Healthcare to retail - how LuxLive can help your sector

LuxLive is a composite of many parts which all cater to different audiences. It would be impossible for this not to be the case, as lighting has such a large effect on many different sectors. From retail, to healthcare, to education, lighting plays a major role and in some cases plays a revolutionary role. So how can Luxlive help you and your work? Here are ten sectors in which lighting has a major impact. Ten sectors LuxLive will cover in detail.

Lighting in retail


Over the last three years LuxLive has grown to become the largest retail lighting event, attended by giants like Sainsburys, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Tesco.

LuxLive will present the latest technology in retail lighting and how it’s being used to deliver exceptional retail lighting which successfully enhances displays whilst dramatically reducing energy.

Learn from leading designers in the sector and listen to interactive debates on subjects such as warranties, colour rendering and retrofitting, which aim to help decision makers make the right decisions when developing retail lighting strategies. Compare the latest kit from the biggest players including Aurora, EldoLED, Illuma, 3F Filippi, Nobile.

 

Lighting in hospitality and leisure


It is possible to have it both ways: it is possible to cut energy used by lighting while preserving the welcoming look and feel of properties.

How? By using the latest LED technology and smart controls, to deliver dramatic energy savings – while improving the environment for customers and staff alike.

At LuxLive you’ll be able to compare all of the latest kit from big names including LED’s C4, Aurora, Hamilton Litestat, LED Linear, Soraa, Verbatim.

 

 

Lighting in Healthcare

There’s a revolution going on in healthcare lighting at the moment: by replacing old inefficient schemes with modern alternatives, NHS and other healthcare facilities are slashing their energy bills and reduce their CO2 emissions whilst ensuring a suitable environment for diagnosis, treatment and patient recovery.

Compare all the latest kit at LuxLive from big names including Trilux, Thorlux, Helvar, Dextra, Steinel and tap into expert knowledge in hours of free-to-attend talks. 

 

 

 

Lighting in Education

Universities and schools manage some of the largest and most diverse portfolios of lighting in the UK, which means estates and facilities managers face major challenges when it comes to cutting energy use.

But thanks to major advances in lighting technology, there are now unprecedented opportunities to make dramatic reductions while creating a high-quality learning environment that attracts the best students. At this year's LuxLive you will be able to compare all of the latest kit from big names such as Kosnic, Kingfisher, Dextra, B.E.G, Harvard, Hacel.

 

 

 

Lighting in transport

Lighting in transport is often over five years’ old, on 24 hours a day and based on inefficient technology. But now LEDs and smart controls can deliver dramatic energy savings – while improving the environment for passengers and staff alike.

There’s a revolution going on in lighting: by replacing old inefficient schemes with modern alternatives, energy and facilities managers can slash their energy bills and reduce their CO2 emissions. Compare all the latest kit from the big names including Kingfisher, Abacus, Holophane, Selux, Urbis Schreder.

 

 

 

Lighting in the industrial sector

LEDs and smart controls can deliver dramatic energy savings for warehouses, factories, distribution centres and manufacturing plants – all while improving the environment for staff. At this year's LuxLive you will be able to compare all the latest kit from the big names including Holophane, Saturn LED, LPA Excil, QSSI, Dextra.

 

 

 

Lighting in the workplace

How can offices be retrofitted to improve their energy performance? And what role can controls play? How can office lighting contribute to wellbeing and productivity?

Thanks to major advances in lighting technology, there are now unprecedented opportunities to make dramatic reductions while creating a high-quality working environment. Compare the latest kit from all the big names including Trilux, Aurora, Selux, Hacel.

 

 

 

Emergency Lighting

Those responsible for emergency lighting installations need to comply with the latest legislation and best practice, keep energy and maintenance low and ensure a building’s occupants are safe at all times. There’s also the responsibility to manage the risk assessments, testing, maintenance and all the associated documentation.

LuxLive can help. The exhibition has become the go-to place for all things related to emergency lighting. There’s a dedicated stream of tutorials and presentations, and you’ll also be able to compare all the latest kit from the biggest players such as Dextra, Hochiki, Thorlux.

 

Outdoor and Street Lighting

Street lighting is undergoing its greatest revolution in a generation. LEDs, smart controls and central management systems are transforming the technology in the sector. And rising energy costs, budget restrictions and the ‘big switch off’ are creating further challenges.

The street lighting revolution will be a major focus at this year's LuxLive. Compare the latest kit from all the big names including Urbis Schreder, Abacus, CU Phosco, Harvard, Kingfisher, Marshalls.

 

 

 

Lighting for residential developments

Savvy developers and landlords know that when it comes to the sale, lighting can help sell the sizzle. Buyers and investors in prime and superprime apartments and houses now expect top-of-the-range lighting that shows off the property to best effect. Additionally, smart controls are becoming standard in this sector.

To stay up to speed in this booming sector, LuxLive has brought together the best experts in residential lighting to give you the ideas and inspiration to create spaces with the wow factor. You’ll also be able to compare kit from the best players such as Rako, Aurora, Helvar, Kosnic, Verbatim.

 

  • LuxLive will take place in London on Wednesday 23 November and Thursday 24 November 2016. Registration is free and you can find  out more here.

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