Lighting and Control Solutions
01

Nov 11th, 2020
10 am
1.0 LU/HSW/AWT

Applying Wireless Technologies to Connected Lighting as a Catalyst for the Internet of Things - Tara Powell, Cooper Lighting

Program Description:

Participants will gain an understanding of how the quest to reduce energy waste has driven the evolution of lighting and control approaches towards a connected wireless platform, including the benefits of implementing wireless lighting controls to provide occupant flexibility and space comfort.

Through examination of industry trends, participants will gain an understanding of how connected lighting is being used in the implementation of the Internet of Things (IoT) and will learn important criteria to assist in future-proofing system selections provides building occupant health, safety and welfare.

02

Nov 11th, 2020
12 pm
1.0 LU/HSW

Principals of UV & It’s Use as a Germicidal - Brent Plumer, Cooper Lighting

Program Description:

There will be an in-depth discussion on what ultraviolet radiation is, its history, and the different types of ultraviolet radiation including UVA, UVB and UVC. The presentation will explore current lamp technologies available for ultraviolet radiation; how ultraviolet radiation is used along with the advantages and disadvantages. Applications where UV is commonly used will be reviewed to determine the proper dosing of ultraviolet radiation to achieve inactivation.

03

Nov 11th, 2020
4 pm
1.0 LU

Lasting Lighting Design Factors Impacting Long-Term Luminaire Aesthetics - Damon Wood, OCL

Program Description:

Architectural lighting can add tremendous aesthetic value in building projects. Designers and owners should expect that the lighting system aesthetics will endure for decades. But in many cases, poor structural design and cost-cutting material choices can result in rapid degradation in lighting system aesthetics. This one-hour course reviews the luminaire design factors that impact aesthetic durability including structural design, luminaire finishes, lens materials and LED system components.

04

Nov 12th, 2020
10 am
1.0 LU/HSW

Plane Lighting Understanding Our Responses to the Lighting of Architectural Surfaces- Jeremy Dunn, The Lighting Quotient

Program Description:

An examination of physiological and psychological responses to the lighting of architectural surfaces. Advantages of asymmetric luminaires in creating impactful, uniform lighting effects are also explored

05

Nov 12th, 2020
12 pm
1.0 LU AIA Self Reported 1.0 IIDA HSW

Decorative Fixtures & The WELL Standard – Who Knew? Lighting of Architectural Surfaces - John Cook, wakaNINE

Program Description:

Participants will learn to distinguish between the LEED and WELL standards and identify the TEN different components of the WELL standard. The presentation will clearly delineate between Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) and Sabin as two important, but different, measurements of acoustic performance; name at least THREE mitigation strategies interior designers can employ to improve acoustics in spaces; and describe how decorative fixtures can be employed to achieve the WELL features that relate to biophilic design and material transparency.

06

Nov 12th, 2020
4 pm
1.0 LU/HSW

Luminaires for the Outdoor World - Corey Patrick, Ligman Lighting USA

Program Description:

Participants will learn about the materials and components that go into the construction of an outdoor lighting fixture, and why they are important. We will examine how fixtures are designed to ensure durability and sustainability over a 15-20 year life cycle and become familiar with the manufacturing procedures. Understand what the testing procedures are for outdoor fixtures, and what impact they have on overall durability.

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