Strategies in Light 2009 - Lighting the Future with LEDs
The tenth Strategies in Light conference features a separate lighting track aimed at lighting designers, specifiers and architects.
For its 10th anniversary, Strategies in Light will expand the scope of the conference by adding a separate lighting track to meet the information needs of lighting designers, specifiers and architects. The focus of this special track will be to address the many issues associated with the use of LEDs in lighting that are of concern to the lighting community.
Through real-world examples and frank discussions of the dos and don’ts of LED lighting, attendees will come to a better understanding of the realities of LED lighting, now and in the future. Included in the lighting track will be an LED suppliers’ panel that will address the audience’s questions and concerns regarding the evolving role of LEDs in lighting.
In conjunction with the lighting track, the conference will offer two new tutorials on LEDs:
- LED Fundamentals for Lighting Designers and Architects
- Specifying LED Lighting Fixtures: What Lighting Designers and Specifiers Need to Know
Strategies in Light 2009 will provide insight into the rapidly developing markets for LED lighting, backlights for LED displays, and automotive headlamps, as well as other major trends in applications, industry structure, government policies, markets, products, and technologies that will affect the industry’s future.
Featured speakers for the conference’s HB LED market track will include: Michael Cavallo, Domain Director, Lighting for the Clinton Climate Initiative; Frank Bistervels, Senior Director, IP Licensing, Philips Intellectual Property and Standards; and Dan Coyne, Managing Director, Investment Banking, Canaccord Adams.
In addition, Robert Steele, Conference Chair and Director of Optoelectronics Programs, Strategies Unlimited, will provide his annual update on the market for HB LEDs, along with a five-year forecast.
Other companies and organizations contributing to the HB LED market track include Sandia National Laboratories, the California Energy Commission, Philips Lumileds Lighting, Bridgelux, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Osram Opto Semiconductors, Finelite, Cree, CAO Group, LEDON Lighting, Nichia, China Solid-State Lighting Alliance, Republic ITS, AU Optronics, Exclara, RPC Photonics, Instrument Systems, and Obducat Technologies.
Featured speakers for the lighting track include James Benya, Principal, Benya Lighting Design and Michael Siminovitch, Director, California Lighting Technology Center. Vindra Bhandarkar, Senior Market Research Analyst at Strategies Unlimited will summarize the results of the company’s latest market research on LED lighting fixtures.
Other participating companies and organizations include Archtectural SSL Magazine, Derry Berrigan Lighting Design, Illuminart ilq, CRS Electronics, Naomi Miller Lighting Design, io Lighting, and Lutron Electronics. The LED suppliers’ panel will include representatives from Lumileds, Cree, Nichia and Osram.
Last year Strategies in Light attracted over 1500 participants from North America, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Australia – 28 countries in all. For further information on Strategies in Light 2009, please contact Luba Hrynyk, or visit us online at Strategies in Light for exhibiting companies, conference updates and registration information.