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Future Lighting Europe, taking place 5th - 6th April 2011 at Amsterdam, the Netherlands, will gather consultant engineers, contractors, architects and suppliers in European lighting industry to discuss and uncover a lighting scheme that will excel in the highest energy standards and achieve lighting infrastructure that is compliant with demanding legislation. Be the first to learn of effectively incorporating the latest LED and OLEDs technologies into architectural design, to take away the lighting design strategy in terms of energy efficiency and sustainability, this will be a unique and must attend meeting for all.

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Future Lighting Europe 2011

  1. 1. FUTURE LIgHTINgEUROPERevolutionise The Commercial Lighting ExperienceWith The Next Generation Technologies, Controls & SaveClient Focused Design €250 Register and pay by5th - 6th April, 2011 • Radisson Blu Hotel • Amsterdam, the Netherlands 28th January 2011 CRITICAL THEMES AND TOPICS INCLUDE: Exclusive insight from industry renowned experts, featuring: Design, Plan and Deliver: Lighting scheme that will excel in the highest energy standards and achieve lighting infrastructure that is compliant with demanding legislation Simone Collon Lead Light Designer Understand and Uncover New Technologies: How to cope ARUP Amsterdam with the fast changing technology in lighting industry Jim Collin Integrate Natural Lighting: Your design scheme can Senior Lighting Designer benefit massively from the careful incorporation of WSP Lighting Design daylight - find out now! Frédéric Bindji Odzili Evaluate Energy Efficiency Regulations and it’s effect on Structural Engineer your project RFR Lara Elbaz Lighting Designer WHAT’S NEW FOR 2011? Lara Elbaz Gallery Fashion Store & Rivers of Lights Case Rafael Gallego Studies revealed! Lighting Designer Unique & In-depth Masterclasses by áureolighting McKinsey & Co. & Amey Kai Piippo Insight from Atkins Global, WSP Lighting Design Creative Director Lighting Designer PLDA and AECOM Ljusarkitektur Plus network with decision makers and pioneers in future lighting Exclusive Insights on the biggest projects in Lighting from: “Good lighting design is not about technology. It’s about putting the right light, at the right place, at the right time. Future Lighting City of Eindhoven Conference will be exploring the opportunities that correct realities:united lighting can give us.“ AECOM Jim Collin, Senior Lighting Designer, WSP Lighting design Scott Wilson Hochtief Energy Management Atkins Global Amey McKinsey & Co. Inc Jacobs REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.FUTURELIGHTINGEVENT.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9300 OR construction@iqpc.co.uk
  2. 2. WELCOME TO FUTURE LIgHTINg EUROPE CONFERENCE ARE YOU AWARE OF THE LATEST OLED’S, LED’S OPPORTUNITIES IN FUTURE LIGHTING?Dear Lighting Professional, Our guarantee to you… 1.New contacts, new business – our unparalleledWith the EU planning to ban traditional light bulbs, the industry networking opportunities are designed to give youstands at a critical junction where new technologies and strategies crucial face time with key decision makers fromare essential to your lighting design. Delivering an energy efficient across the industrylighting scheme is key to maintain client satisfaction and providelong-term profits. 2.The very best business intelligence! We have carefully selected each and every member of ourFuture Lighting Europe will address some of the most recent speaker faculty to ensure that you hear from only the thought-leaders and pioneers in light designadvancements in LED’s, OLED’s and fluorescents lighting. It willgive you an opportunity to stay competitive in a fast changing 3.In-depth interactive master classes will delivermarket and gain first-hand insight from leaders in the industry. detailed insight into lighting engineering techniques and delivery methods that really work!Are you ready for the new wave in lighting?At Future Lighting Europe you will:• Find out which are the new possible applications for OLED’s Who Should Attend Future Lighting in the building envelope Europe 2011?• Understand how to successfully incorporate daylight into • Heads of Infrastructure your lighting design scheme • Heads of Electrical Engineering • Principal Architects our• Learn about the application of media façades on the Make sure y • Lighting Engineers company is building & their possible integration to buildings architectural • Industrial Designers represented- design ay! • Lighting Designers sign up todOur speaker faculty includes WSP Lighting winning design,Arup’s first ever LED integration of LED’s with glass, as well as “This Conference examines lighting as newLara Elbaz who will present one of the most people orientated development continues to push boundariesdesign in the city of Valloladid that is boosting the city’s tourism eroding tolerances. This makes it increasinglypotential. important for all parties to understand technology limitations in order to provide realistic, optimalFuture Lighting Europe is a must attend meeting for every solutions to aspirations”lighting professional – mark your diary 5th - 6th April 2011, your Lara Elbaz, Lighting Designer, Lara Elbazmost critical business meeting of the year. See you in Amsterdam! Best Regards, Construction IQ: Delivering quality content and events to enhance your knowledge and strengthen your networks. Become a member here: Sintija Dobrotinsek http://www.iqpc.com/IQLogin.aspx Conference Director Keep in Contact with Us! Construction IQ P.S. Book Early and Save More! Sign up by 28th January 2011 Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/ConstructionIQ to save €250. Join in LinkedIn Group: Construction Professionals Networking and Events REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.FUTURELIGHTINGEVENT.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9300 OR construction@iqpc.co.uk
  3. 3. MAIN CONFERENCE DAy ONE:TUESDAy 5TH APRIL 2011 ARE YOU AWARE OF THE LATEST OLED’S, LED’S OPPORTUNITIES IN FUTURE LIGHTING?8:30 Registration and Coffee 13:00 Networking Lunch9:00 Welcome Address from Construction IQ 14:00 Interactive Panel: Ask our speakers about their experienced on LED’s, OLED’s and florescent lighting9:05 Chair’s Opening Remarks Alan Jaques, Sector Leader Exterior Lighting, ATKINS GLOBAL9:15 Exterior lighting: Ensuring sustainable lighting Jim Collin, Senior Lighting Designer, WSP Lighting Design installations through the appropriate application Lara Elbaz, Lighting Designer, Lara Elbaz of lighting standards and apparatus. How bright is Rafael Gallego, Lighting Designer, áureolighting bright enough? • Evaluate current standards in order to reduce excess 14:45 Rivers of Light: Beauty and sustainability for the city of brightness and costs Valladolid • Learn why it is essential to apply a different specification • Design: enhancement of the city‘s monuments, buildings of illumination requirements for each given use area and environments by means of a lighting route that • Best practice guide for striking a balance between enhanced the city’s touristic potential standards and sustainability • City: Valladolid’s Municipality, integrated in the LUCI Alan Jaques, Sector Leader Exterior Lighting, ATKINS network, launches a pioneer initiative - superior example GLOBAL of working with an ambitious municipality that achieves in delivering a lighting projects that a success for all10:00 CASE STUDY: Gallery Fashion Store - Successful stakeholders integration of LED’s and glass into architecture • Sustainability: important energy saving achieved by • A breakthrough in façade lighting! Learn how the Gallery reducing existing lighting levels and using efficient light Fashion Store implemented an elaborate control sources system that delivered new innovation through its design • People: emphasize subjective aspects and well being that scheme proves lighting can improve the living place • Find out how can 5,000 glass disks each with their own Lara Elbaz, Lighting Designer, Lara Elbaz individual luminaries created an ocean of colour and movement -and how this contributed to the commercial 15:15 Afternoon Networking Break turnover of the building • How will media facades change the shape of advertising & 16:00 Are you still energy efficient? Much needed revision what opportunities does this create for lighting industry three years after the installation of a new lighting Simone Collon, Lead Light Designer, ARUP Amsterdam system • Evaluate the existing standards and determine your follow10:45 Morning Networking Break up evaluation strategy • Find out which measurements you should include in your11:30 Technology versus design: Moving forward by going follow up studies back to basics • Anticipate the hurdles you might encounter when • How to make technology serve good design rather than executing the evaluation and how to ensure you deliver a stipulate it comprehensive report on energy consumption • Focusing solely on LED’s, is the industry suffocating good Kai Piippo, Creative Director, Lighting Designer, lighting design? Ljusarkitektur • Dimming the light, what are we trying to achieve? Jim Collin, Senior Lighting Designer, WSP Lighting Design 16:45 Chair’s Closing Remarks12:15 Moonlight as a source of stage lighting • Find alternative lighting sources to achieve a dramatic effect that will serve the needs of stage lighting r place at the Reserve you • Learn how to use moonlight with the help of sophisticated engineering calculations to analyse the relationship of the f the year! movement of the moon within the site of the theatre lig hting event o • How can advanced structural engineering help you achieve better lighting scheme in outdoor infrastructure Frédéric Bindji Odzili, Structural Engineer, RFRREGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.FUTURELIGHTINGEVENT.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9300 OR construction@iqpc.co.uk
  4. 4. MAIN CONFERENCE DAy TWO:WEDNESDAy 6TH APRIL 20118:30 Registration and Coffee 12:30 Networking Lunch9:00 Chair’s Opening Remarks 13:30 How to seamlessly incorporate Lighting Controls into the building and achieve a more functional space9:05 Integration of lighting controls: A users guide to • Revert the ambivalent attitude of the client towards lighting keeping lighting control simple control and ensure you find the right solution for them • Understand how the timers and controls are different for • Balance the complexity of controls and avoid confusing different types of lamps the client • A look at wireless control systems – the pro’s and con’s of • Why using a simple interface can sometimes be more going wireless then enough • How can dimming light save you energy and still ensure Stuart Bulmer, Lighting Engineer, Scott Wilson safety in the area • Install presence detectors with new systems to help 14:15 Addressing the hot issue: How can we ensure the reduce energy use technology you are installing in our scheme is up to Rik van Stiphout, Programme Manager Lighting, City European standards of Eindhoven (ORVM) Public Space, Public Transport & • Much needed performance testing for the imported Environment technology - evaluating the possible implementation methods9:50 A guide to “Fit-For-Purpose” sustainable lighting in • European quality labels – discussing the feasibility of retail industry driven market surveillance • Lighting Strategy: balancing the client’s aspiration wish • Non-compliant products on EU market - how to select the list to the actual construction budget right product for your scheme • “Is sustainable management killing good lighting Kenneth Munck, President, Danish Lighting Design practice”? Center • Insight into how the construction industry views lighting • Retail daylight factor, how daylight and artificial light can 15:00 Afternoon Networking Break co-exist within the retail environment - create a winning combination 15:30 Learn what features light designers are looking for in Jan Edler, Architect, realities:united the LED technology • Find the LED that offers improved colour to expand the10:35 Morning Networking Break creative opportunity for your scheme & client • How to ensure long term stability of your LED’s and11:05 Re-addressing the standards for lighting class - how guarantee your products long life bright is bright enough? • How can recognising the total cost of ownership when • Evaluate current lighting standards in order to reduce using LED’s help you make a better estimated excess brightness and costs value of your work • Learn why it is essential to apply different specifications Gerhard Backhaus, Business Development Lighting, for illumination requirements of each given use area HOCHTIEF Energy Management • Best practice guide for striking a balance between standards and comfort 16: 30 Chairman Closing Remarks Xavier Fulbright, Principal Lighting Designer, AECOM11:45 LED Lighting at the crossroads – what is the next five years going to bring in the LED market place ? • Why have LED lamps have achieved little market penetration so far and why are predicted to make far slower market progress? • Reveal the underlying reasons behind the slow uptake • What are the five major barriers to LED’s dominating the lighting marketplace by 2015 Dominik Wee, Associate Principal, McKinsey & Co. IncREGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.FUTURELIGHTINGEVENT.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9300 OR construction@iqpc.co.uk
  5. 5. EvENINg MASTERCLASSES IN FUTURE LIgHTINg DESIgN:Masterclass A. Tuesday 5th April: 17:15 - 19:15Understand The Science Behind Quality Daylight Design• Finding the balance between artificial lighting and daylighting to meet your client’s demand• Daylight elements and its relationship with building layout and form• Use of daylight quality and manipulation of natural lightFlorian Wunderlich, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Co. IncFlorian Wunderlich is a co-leader of McKinsey’s European Technology and Advanced Industries practice and leadsMcKinsey’s German Private Equity practice. Also he is the co-founder of the McKinsey global LED Competence Centerwhich is a global network of 25 dedicated practitioners working in all areas of the LED value chain.Masterclass B. Wednesday 6th April: 17:00 - 19:00Lights and Dimmable Lighting: How to make it work for environments with specifichealth & safety requirements• Address specific needs of healthcare facilities to ensure a safe and comfortable environment• Assess the capabilities of fluorescent lights compared to LED in the case of highways• Dimming instead of switching off - What are the savings/safety rationale behind it?• Help your clients understand that LED is not the answer for everythingSenior Representative, AmeyWhy You Should Sponsor Future Lighting Europe 2011 Meet prospects for your Lighting Solution1. 80% of our delegates will use this event primarily to network with the leading solution providers for lighting.2. Attendees are interested in hearing about the latest lighting technologies and solutions3. If you have a solution for lighting engineers, lighting designers and lighting professionals we can help connect you with your prospects. Our conferences attract senior players responsible for budget allocation.For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting at the Future Lighting Europe conference,please contact Tana Forte at +44(0)20 7368 9500 or sponsor@iqpc.co.uk.REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.FUTURELIGHTINGEVENT.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9300 OR construction@iqpc.co.uk
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