INTERNATIONAL LED SUMMIT
INTERNATIONAL LED SUMMIT 2018
iLIGHT CONNECT: INTERNATIONAL LED SUMMIT
iLight Connect is the theme for the 2018 International LED Summit. The theme recognises the current and emerging lighting control protocols and incredible design possibilities while reinforcing the increasing need for the players in the design, engineering and building professions to be connected in terms of inter-disciplinary communication.
FRIDAY 11TH MAY 2018
1A. Morning Session: The Future of Lighting – and where are we now?
Keynote Presentation Title: “2020 and beyond...the future of ligh ting and lighting design”
Abstract:our first speaker, an experienced international lighting designer, will discuss the changing landscape in professional lighting design in consideration of the IoT and the impacts of the emerging “lighting as a service” economy.
Heart Talk Title: TBA
1B. Morning Session: The Future of Lighting – and where are we now? (continued)
2A. Morning Session: Smart Lighting - New Perspectives in Design
Keynote Presentation Title: Development & Trends in Chinese Lighting Design
Abstract: Lear will introduce the new trend of Chinese lighting designers learning from engineers and artists to improve public areas to private spaces.
Heart Talk Title: “Smart Light - The Intoxicating Change of Light and Shadow”
Abstract: Let’s give the light an organic shape; working hard and faithfully to realise the idea for space; carrying peoples’ story of life.
Heart Talk Title: TBA
2B. Morning Session: Smart Lighting - New Perspectives in Design (cont)
3A. Afternoon Session: Lighting Festivals – Beyond the Wow Factor
Keynote Presentation Title: “Together We Are Strong - Developing a Unique Lighting Festival”
Abstract: The speaker will put forward ideas while discussing the opportunities and considerations to staging an annual outdoor lighting festival in Bangkok.
Heart Talk Title: “Workshop in Lighting Design – Tools for Success”
Abstract:The town of Alingsas, Sweden has developed a workshop in lighting design, where experienced invited lighting designers lead participants during an intensive dayand- night week through the different stages of creating real-life urban lighting installations. Kjell Hult has been manager of this workshop for 17 years since its inception and will present the process of the workshop.
3B. Afternoon Session: Lighting Festivals – Beyond the Wow Factor (cont)
4A. Afternoon Session: City Light – Planning a Night-time Economy (Moderator: M. Klaasen)
Keynote Presentation Title: Social Lighting – Catalyst for Night-time Activation.
Abstract: James will present two urban lighting case studies relevant to planning for a night-time economy.
Heart Talk Title: The Lighting Master plan – a critical step towards planning a night-time economy .
Abstract: Key considerations for city lighting master planning will be discussed.
4B. Afternoon Session: City Light – Planning a Night-time Economy (cont) Moderator: J Wallace
This special session will explore ways to boost nightlife in the city and urban centres. Are investments in assets such as security lighting and CCTV enough to make a place feel safe? Do cities need a different set of dynamics to manage the night-time economy that perhaps don’t apply during the daytime? These questions and more will be raised and discussed at this open session.
Moderator James Wallace will evoke a 1-hour discussion with invited guests and members of the audience on a range of planning/lighting-related issues with a view to creating an urban nightscape for increased tourism and well-being; to make the city appealing to people of all ages.
Our guest speakers will also participate is this special City LightTalk by offering their expert opinions on planning, management, and operational issues in discussion with invited representatives from government departments, tourism, transport authorities, heritage organisations, educators, planning and engineering associations, city operations and maintenance personnel and other stakeholders.