Lighting : LIGHTING-April-2017
50 LIGHTING MAGAZINE | April/May 2017 April/May 2017 | LIGHTING MAGAZINE 51 2017 7–11 May Lightfair International 2017 www.lightfair.com PHILADELPHIA, USA 9–11 May CIE Tutorial and Practical Workshop on LED Lamp and Luminaire testing to CIE S 025:2015 http://div2.cie.co.at/?i_ca_id=1013 BERNE, SWITZERLAND 11–13 May LED Expo Thailand www.ledexpothailand.com/ BANGKOK, THAILAND 20–23 May Showlight 2017 www.showlight.org FLORENCE, ITALY 30May–1June SPARC-FMA International Lighting & Facilities Event www.sparcfmaevent.org/ SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA 9–12 June Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition www.guangzhou-international-lighting-exhibition. hk.messefrankfurt.com/guangzhou/en/for-visitors/welcome.html GUANGZHOU, CHINA 29June–1July InterLumi Panama 2017 http://www.inter-lumi.com/ PANAMA CITY, PANAMA 5–7 September Shanghai International Lighting Fair 2017 www.light.messefrankfurt.com.cn/ SHANGHAI, CHINA Events Calendar 18–20 September Lux Europa http://www.luxeuropa2017.eu/ LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA 26–28 September 7th LED Professional Symposium +Expo www.led-professional-symposium.com/ BREGENZ, AUSTRIA 12–14 October Enlighten Americas 2017 www.iald.org/Events/IALD-Enlighten DENVER, USA 20–27 October CIE 2017 Midterm Meeting http://cie2017.org JEJU, KOREA 25–27 October China International Lighting & Intelligent Application Expo 2017 10times.com/china-beijing-lightingexhibition BEIJING, CHINA 27–30 October HKTDC Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Autumn Edition) http://www.hktdc.com/fair/hklightingfairae-en/ HONG KONG, CHINA 1–4 November 6th Professional Lighting Design Convention www.pld-c.com/ PARIS, FRANCE 2018 March 8th Lux Pacifica: Life and Lighting www.luxpacifica.org TOKYO, JAPAN 18–23 March Light + Building www.messefrankfurt.com FRANKFURT, GERMANY 6–10 May LIGHTFAIR International http://www.lightfair.com CHICAGO, USA CONCLUSIONS At the time of project completion, positive comments were received from both client and road users, regarding the dramatic improvement of the pedestrian crossing lighting. Compliant pedestrian crossing lighting will enable the road users to use the crossing safely and comfortably. This could help to reduce pedestrian/vehicle conflicts on the crossing4. With the utilisation of LEDs, significant lighting improvement as well as savings on energy consumption and maintenance can be achieved for the asset owner. This could also lead to reduced greenhouse gas production making our lighting systems more environment friendly1, 5 . REFERENCES 1. Christchurch City Council Infrastructure Design Standard-Part 11: Lighting, 2016 2. AS/NZ 1158 Lighting for Roads and Public Spaces, 2015 3. New Zealand Transport Agency Pedestrian Planning and Design Guide 2009 4. Mike Smith, David Pinkney and Mitch Tse. Pedestrian Crossing Warning Lights Trial, 2008 5. Ministry of Economic Development Agency New Zealand Energy Strategy 2011-2021, 2011 Figure 7. After: a pedestrian at the start of the crossing. Figure 8. After: a pedestrian at the middle of the crossing. Figure 9. After: a pedestrian at the end of the crossing. Compliant pedestrian crossing lighting will enable the road users to use the crossing safely and comfortably. This could help to reduce pedestrian/vehicle conflicts on the crossing. With the utilisation of LEDs, significant lighting improvement as well as savings on energy consumption and maintenance can be achieved for the asset owner.