LUXLIVE 2019 opened its doors at London’s ExCeL exhibition centre this morning to registered visitors from countries around the world.
Big themes this year are human centric lighting, lighting for workplaces and wellbeing, light quality, Bluetooth Mesh-enabled luminaires and IoT-connected lighting systems.
There are 200 exhibitor brands and rolling presentations, workshops and debates in eight conference tracks across the floor of the show.
The exhibition, Europe’s largest annual lighting event, will features an extensive speaking and educational programme, and the ‘Smart Spaces + Smarter Lighting’ conference, which is backed by big names including Bluetooth, Signify, CU Phosco and the Digital Illumination Interface Alliance.
It will explore how digital platforms, including the Internet of Things, is creating enhanced environments and delivering data for actionable insights for building owners.
The event takes place on both days of the show – Wednesday 13 November and Thursday 14 November 2019 – in a specially-built arena at the heart of LuxLive.
It includes two days of free talks, masterclasses and debates from industry experts.
The speaker programme includes sessions on the WELL Building Standard, an exploration of how lighting can boost wellbeing in workplaces and explorations of disruptive lighting technologies.
A separate one-day conference, Lighting for Workplace and Wellbeing, will debate whether human centric lighting is ready for widespread implementation.
The Illuminated City conference explores how lighting and other interventions can help improve the environment in our cities.
The Escape Zone is a dedicated emergency lighting conference, which brings together the top experts in the field to answer all the key questions.
The Lighting Industry Association Lighting Academy is a free educational programme designed to demystify key aspects of lighting.
- LuxLive 2019 takes place at ExCeL London. All the conferences are free to end users and specifiers and approved for CPD points. The show finishes tomorrow Thursday 14 November. To view the full programme of events, click here