Webinars on Demand

How to specify wireless lighting control

Wireless control is a very useful tool for the lighting specifier, but with a plethora of different systems available, how do we know which route to take to meet design requirements and provide client satisfaction. This webinar will look at the available wireless technologies and provide a template for determining the type of wireless control is best for the job in hand.

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How to specify wireless lighting control

How to manage light pollution

Light pollution is a symptom of poor lighting execution and It affects both urban and rural environments. Upward spill light is more than an issue of product selection; it is also a factor what we light and how we choose to light it. This webinar will look at best practice for exterior lighting to reduce light pollution of our night skies.

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How to manage light pollution

How to do a emergency lighting risk assessment

The responsibility to ensure that an emergency lighting installation is working correctly sits with the designated 'competent person’ within an organisation. But how many people actually know what’s expected from them. This webinar looks at the methodology for undertaking a risk assessment for a building – whether to check an existing installation or assess the requirements for a new building occupancy.


 

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How to do a emergency lighting risk assessment

A practical approach to connected lighting. Can we finally make it work?

31 October 2018

Lighting control is a particularly demanding application for wireless technologies. The last couple of years showed that traditional networking concepts did not work for professional lighting environment. In the webinar, Simon Slupik - CTO at Silvair and chair of the Bluetooth SIG’s Mesh Working Group - will explain how the most recent networking trends can help the lighting industry address this challenge. Discussing the solutions that are developed to address the problems of the evergrowing Internet traffic, Simon will describe how they can be applied to wireless lighting control networks to finally allow them to achieve truly flawless performance.

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A practical approach to connected lighting. Can we finally make it work?

Steps to success: how to maximise your LuxLive 2018 exhibitor presence

30 October  2018

LuxLive 2018 is due to be the largest and busiest event of its series, with over 8,000 decision makers and specifiers gathering to ExCeL to research new suppliers for their lighting needs. Whether you are a new exhibitor or are a veteran at LuxLive, it is imperative you make the most of your investment and attract as much relevant footfall at your stand during the two days of the event.

Join this online webinar on Thursday 1 November to get exciting updates from the LuxLive team on what to expect at the show, receive key tips on how to smoothly run your stand and
have the chance to ask any questions in preparation for coming onsite.

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Steps to success: how to maximise your LuxLive 2018 exhibitor presence

DALI-2: Smart lighting control and interoperability

18th October 2018

As the latest version of the global DALI standard for digital lighting control, DALI-2 focuses on interoperability backed by a robust certification program. Also, DALI-2 standardization now extends to all devices in a lighting-control system, including sensors, other input devices, and application controllers. Join us to hear how DALI-2 is changing the digital lighting landscape.

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DALI-2: Smart lighting control and interoperability