Variable Lighting Levels for Highways - A different approach
by Sofia Tolia MSc MEng
Through the prism of sustainability and energy saving, this session will focus on the key attributes of "Variable lighting levels for highways & public realm areas". Previous and current guidelines of the dimming strategies will be presented and discussed through the award-winner case study "Variable Lighting Levels for Highways – A different approach".
Having won the “Young Lighter of the Year 2016” and the “Best written paper” awards by the Society of Light and Lighting (CIBSE SLL), this paper presents an approach towards energy savings in the context of highways and public realm lighting. The session aims to present the current state-of-the-art through the perspective of a young professional, discussing also several key matters and concerns one can encounter during the early career stages.
14.10 WEDNESDAY 14 JUNE 2017 IN THE MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM AT THE PROFESSIONAL LIGHTING SUMMIT
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