Date: Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Time: 3:00 PM EST / 2:00 PM CST / 12:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM GMT
Presenter: Sri Rahm, senior lighting specialist, GE Lighting
This Webcast is an informative session to educate all about the current state of LEDs. It will also demonstrate the reliability and application of different GE Lighting products including GE LED lamps, LED InfusionTM Modules, and Indoor and Outdoor LED fixtures. Case studies will be used to express the products' offerings of aesthetics, innovation, superior light quality, lower maintenance costs and energy savings. This Webcast is one of many steps GE Lighting is taking to become a reliable leader, innovator, informant, and expert among decision makers and influencers of the industry today. Through this webcast,
- Understand why GE Lighting has been trusted for over 100 years
- Learn about the rigorous stress tests we perform on our LED products
- Let us show you how GE Lighting products can meet your lighting needs in any application
GE Lighting invents with the vigor of its founder Thomas Edison to develop energy-efficient solutions that change the way people light their world in commercial, industrial, municipal and residential settings. The business employs about 14,000 people in more than 100 countries, and sells products under the Reveal® and Energy Smart® consumer brands, and EvolveTM, GTxTM, ImmersionTM, InfusionTM, LuminationTM and Tetra® commercial brands, all trademarks of GE. General Electric (NYSE: GE) works on things that matter to build a world that works better. For more information, visit www.gelighting.com.
50 Years of LED Innovation
Oct. 9, 1962: GE scientist Dr. Nick Holonyak, Jr., invented the first practical visible-spectrum light-emitting diode (LED). In the 50 years since, GE has been on the forefront of LED innovation. The company has released inspired LED products for both residential and commercial settings, from the first ENERGY STAR®-qualified A19-shaped LED bulb to LED street lighting that illuminates cityscapes the world over.
Sri Rahm, M.S. (Physics), M.B.A., joined GE Lighting in 1980 as a physicist in the Metal Halide Engineering Department. Between 1987 and 1999 Sri worked in a number of different capacities in the Lighting Industry including engineering, marketing, training and consulting, and returned to GE in 1999 as a staff member at the Institute. He teaches physics as a part-time faculty member at Case Western Reserve University. Sri is Lighting Certified (LC) by the NCQLP and is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) where he serves on the Papers Committee. See more at: www.gelighting.com.