networked solutions for intelligent lighting, the 2nd wave in Solid State Lighting
Lindner Congress Hotel, Dusseldorf, January 31-February 1, 2012

The focus of the 2nd Smart Lighting conference & demonstrator showcase will be on the state of the business models and best practices in intelligent lighting. New to the equation will be the impact of networked ICT solutions and systems on the further enhancement of efficiency and management of smart lighting systems and solutions. The concept of “lighting on-demand” will be presented in a variety of applications. Additionally the important role of enabling new technologies, such as of photonics & electronics, will be highlighted to benefit the further development of smartest lighting applications in the future. Special sessions will be held on Commercial Lighting, Residential Lighting, Public Lighting, Smart Control of LEDs and Standardization & Certification.

Smart Lighting 2012 is supported by:  European Optical Society (EOS), European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) , ETP Photonics21, SEMI, European Lamp Companies Federation (ELC Fed)

Conference Committee
Dr. Bruno Smets, Director External Relations, CTO Office, Philips Lighting BV
Dr. Heinz Seyringer, Head Research Collaborations Zumtobel Group, Zumtobel Lighting GmbH
Dr. Zoltan Nochta, Practice Manager E-Energy, SAP AG, Research Karlsruhe    
Mr Stephane Curral, GM & Product Line Manager Power & Lighting Solutions, NXP NV              
Mr Thomas Herndl, Principal Concept Engineering, Contactless & RF Exploration, Infineon Technologies Austria AG
Dr. Luigi Occhipinti, Program Director IMS R&D, STMicroelectronics Srl
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HB leds are becoming a mainstream solution for solid state lighting with double digit market growth forecasted per year for the next decade. Together with the OLEDs for lighting it will constitute a powerful platform for highly efficient SSL applications in both the general lighting area as well as in specific markets like commercial lighting, public lighting and residential lighting.
With the support of the European Union driving the lighting technology to higher levels of efficacy and efficiency would greatly enhance the outcome of the competitive race with Asia in favor of the European lighting research and industry community.
The Smart Lighting Conference is unique in its kind. It will  bring together stakeholders from the lighting value chain to discuss these issues.
The Conference program covers two days of presentations on business development for intelligent Lighting systems and Strategies and Market opportunities for the commercialization of intelligent Lighting systems in general and in markets for commercial, residential and public lighting..
>> The
program will be online in one week from now.

CALL FOR POSTERS: Deadline December 31, 2011
You are invited to submit a poster until December 31, 2011, to exhibit at the events showcase.
Please choose one of the topic areas of the conference:
> Commercial Lighting
> Residential Lighting
> Public Lighting
> Standardization & Certification
> Smart Control of LEDs
Posters should be application driven
Please use the
online abstract submission form

here for registration options