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Registration Fee: $99 Early Bird Rate (by September 4, 2015): $79
In just one day you can…
• Explore a showcase of Michigan’s advanced lighting products, services and solutions
• Gain insight about the latest trends, technology developments, and financing options from industry experts
• Make valuable connections with manufacturers, contractors or customers
Explore, evaluate and educate yourself on the latest technology, products and services in advanced lighting and controls!
Whether you’re a customer, contractor, industry professional or manufacturer, the Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference is a leading event to learn about the advantages of these dynamic technologies. Learn how you can reduce energy and operating costs, provide superior light quality, improve health and wellness, enhance security, leverage controls and smart lighting, and improve your bottom line.
This annual event has become the place where the end-users, service-providers and manufacturers that make up Michigan’s advanced lighting ecosystem come together to learn, share ideas and case studies, conduct business and explore the latest technology. Join us on October 29th to discover how you can harness the power of advanced lighting to enhance the spaces where we work, live and play.
2015 Keynote: Beyond Illumination: Expanding Possibilities in Experience, Health, and Wellness through Lighting Innovations
Advanced lighting technology – digital, connected and intelligent – presents a plethora of additional benefits beyond energy savings. The presentation will cover benefits beyond illumination in different domains from healthcare to homes and cities. Different examples will illustrate these trends and some of the new business models associated with them.
Meet the speaker
Susanne Seitinger, Global Sub-segment Manager for Open Spaces in Professional Systems at Philips Lighting is responsible for leading the strategy around the impact of programmable LED lighting elements to create safe, inviting and responsive urban environments. Her combined background in architecture, urban planning and human-computer interaction is comprised of research and design projects like the Digital Mile in Zaragoza, Spain and Urban Pixels, wireless LED pixels for ad-hoc media façades. LightBridge, a project in honor of MIT’s 150th anniversary in Cambridge, Massachusetts, used new configurations of low-resolution displays and sensor-activated urban screens to showcase the potential of responsive infrastructures in future urban lighting plans. She recently published Light for Public Space which provides an extensive overview of recent city lighting design trends: www.philips.com/lightforpublicspace
Seitinger received a BA from Princeton University as well as a PhD, MS and MCP from MIT. Her PhD dissertation—Liberated Pixels: Alternative Narratives for Lighting Future Cities—explored the aesthetic and interactive potentials for future lighting and display infrastructures.
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