Lighting : Lighting October 2016 - Vol 36 Issue 5
October/November 2016 | LIGHTING MAGAZINE 45 Lightmoves New South Wales Advanced Lighting Technologies Australia New South Wales Eagle Lighting Australia New South Wales Versalux Pty Ltd – NSW New South Wales Gerard Lighting Pty Ltd – NSW New South Wales Gamma Illumination New South Wales Total Electrical Connection Pty Ltd New South Wales Dome Lighting Systems New South Wales Lighting Design Partnership Pty Ltd New South Wales Australian Sheet Traders New South Wales ERCO Lighting Pte Ltd New South Wales 3S Lighting Pty Ltd New South Wales Jadecross Pty Ltd New South Wales HPM Legrand New South Wales Webb Australia Group New South Wales Trend Lighting Co. Pty Ltd New South Wales Klik Systems Australia Pty Limited New South Wales Gerard Lighting Pty Ltd New South Wales Eagle Lighting – Fagerhult New Zealand Versalux Pty Ltd – New Zealand New Zealand Klik Systems’s agent – Mark Herring Lighting New Zealand eCubed Building Workshop New Zealand Eco-Lightech Solution Ltd New Zealand Webb Australia Group Queensland Trend Lighting Queensland Advanced Lighting Technologies Australia Queensland Eagle Lighting Australia Queensland Versalux Pty Ltd – QLD Queensland Klik Systems QLD Queensland Jasstech Solutions Pty Ltd Queensland Orca Solar Lighting Pty Ltd Queensland Solus Lighting Solutions Queensland LSI Hamilton Lighting Systems Queensland Orion Solar Pty Ltd Queensland Lumen8 Architectural Lighting Queensland Hawko Lighting Group Australia Pty Ltd Queensland GM Poles Queensland Versalux Pty Ltd – SA South Australia Klik Systems’s agent – H .I Lighting S.A South Australia Webb Australia Group Victoria & Tasmania Trend Lighting Victoria & Tasmania ANL Lighting Australia Pty Ltd Victoria & Tasmania Leadsun Victoria & Tasmania Sonic Lighting Victoria & Tasmania Aglo Systems Victoria & Tasmania WE-EF LIGHTING Pty Ltd Victoria & Tasmania Lights Lights Lights Victoria & Tasmania mLight Victoria & Tasmania Lightmoves Pty Ltd Victoria & Tasmania Advanced Lighting Technologies Australia Victoria & Tasmania Eagle Lighting Australia Victoria & Tasmania Versalux Pty Ltd – VIC Victoria & Tasmania Klik Systems’s agent – H .I . Lighting Western Australia FINANCIAL CORPORATE SPONSORS AS OF 15 SEPTEMBER 2016 IES CORPORATE MEMBERS “Lighting technology always develops and cities have to renovate their lighting ideas and techniques as they grow globally,” Mr Mende concluded. The first day of the Summit capped off with the City Lights Tour, an urban discovery walk through the Melbourne Docklands, uncovering the city’s hidden treasures, public lighting, distinctive buildings and iconic public spaces. Washington DC’s Smart Outdoor Lighting Alliance (SOLA) Executive Director Bob Parks and Light and Culture Program Advisor Rik van Stiphout from the City of Eindhoven also headlined the Summit to discuss international case studies and lighting trends with interactive Q&A sessions and panel discussions. Paul Glennie, Team Leader Strategic Planning, Transport & Waste Operations, Wellington City Council, New Zealand along with Tim Packer, Head of Smart City Solutions, NEC New Zealand delivered a joint presentation on smart street lighting solutions being implemented in Wellington. A local perspective on the Summit came from Team Leader of Industrial Design at the City of Melbourne, Ian Dryden, who sees the Summit as a “good format for resolving issues between distributors and councils and a forum for sharing ideas”. Focusing largely on the question of sustainability and smart, green lighting design into the future, according to Mr Dryden, the Summit is a platform for industry leaders to “resolve sustainability issues by coming together and sharing knowledge”. The 2016 edition of the Annual Australian Smart Lighting Summit was an overwhelming success, with Mr Dryden commenting, “The rooms seem to get bigger and bigger every year and better”. Over 20 leading lighting solutions providers including Philips, Sylvania, GE, Schreder, Mayflower, Pecan Lighting, gridComm, Ledified, ULA Group, Jihang Lighting to name a few showcased their marquee products and solutions. The Annual Australian Smart Lighting Summit, an immersive two day experience which included keynote presentations and panel discussions offering unrivalled networking and learning experiences, convenes again in September 2017.
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