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Franklin Gardens, the home of Northampton Saints Rugby Team
Here at the ILP we have unveiled plans for a day of exhibitions and CPD seminars, under the banner of our popular Lightscene event.
Lightscene is the best place to both source new suppliers and to develop existing relationships. Our professional event provides a complete day of discovery, technology-rich insights, design inspiration and the opportunity to gain CPD hours and make networking connections.
We’re an educational show, not an unsophisticated sales showcase, so you can discover what's new and help your career at the same time.
Operations Manager Jess Gallacher said 'Lightscene has been running for over a decade; its a really strong show developed by a hugely committed team. We listen to our audience and keep it fresh and relevant every time. Northampton is a really popular venue - easy to get to for so many of our members. There are hundreds of lighting professionals to talk to just in one day, which would be impossible to do in a normal working week. Join us in Northampton and be confident you’re in the right place to learn, network and meet with peers.'
Lightscene will take place on Thursday 5 October at Franklin Gardens, the home of Northampton Saints Rugby Team.
The theme for this year's Lightscene will be 'Blue Light and Colour Temperature'
Focusing on blue light and colour temperature within the world of LED lighting, this event hopes to open up discussion and debate on this topical issue. The ILP will be providing a range of CPD sessions hoping to cover this diverse subject including interactive elements so everyone can have their say and be involved in the discussion.
Perhaps you have innovative products which tackle this difficult subject or have your own views on technological changes required to overcome the current perceived problems. Either way, this event is a great opportunity to promote to, and engage with, a wider audience of lighting professionals.
PLEASE NOTE, EXHIBITION PLACES ARE AVAILABLE ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS.
BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01788 576492, if you have any questions or queries on exhibiting at this event.
visitors: PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
YOU CAN REGISTER ON THE DAY!
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING CPD SESSIONS FOR LIGHTSCENE:
11:00 - Nathan French, ASD Lighting - Specifying LED luminaires, things you all know. Don’t we? (*PREMIER CORPORATE MEMBER CPD SESSION*)
With large scale capital investment LED programmes being common place in the UK, this paper looks at things all specifiers know!!!
Taking it back to basics from the foundations of reducing carbon emissions, through to how to maximise the life of the LED from manufacture through to installation and driver changes.
Absolute photometry, and luminaire design features and why they are important when selecting lighting solutions.
12:00 - Alan Grant, DW Windsor - Specifying LEDs - the rewards and risks (*A NEW PAPER*)
A paper that looks at current research regarding correlated colour temperature, the effects on our circadian rhythm and how to mitigate for the perceived (blue light) risks.
14:00 - Ryan Carroll, Designs for Lighting - Colour temperature – what are the issues? You decide!
Join in an interactive session to discuss the hot topic of colour temperature in LED street lighting, featuring live examples of the available options currently on the market. The team will discuss the issues in choosing between cool, neutral and warm white colour temperature and will be inviting you as the audience to tell them your preference with a live poll on screen. During the presentation, they will provide a general overview of the science behind colour temperature and how we see light. They will then begin the interaction with the use of sources with differing colour temperature and begin the live audience question feedback. Bring your smartphone to use the free interaction app!
15:00 - Neil Haigh, Blueside Photonics Ltd - Blue light danger 'edges'?
Where do the 'danger edges' lie for blue light? Neil will explore blue light hazard for the lighting industry.
He will look at:
- worker safety making, testing designing LED fittings
- servicing and maintenance issues
- speciality; lighting with enhanced violet and blue light output deployed in the application
Visitor places are FREE! You don't need to be an ILP member to come along; there is a warm welcome for everyone at this event hosted by the ILP Midland and London & South Eastern Regions along with the YLP.
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