Presenter: Jens Beecken, Product Manager, Zumtobel
Date and Time: 11 November, 13:30 GMT
Description: DALI is a field proven and ubiquitous lighting control technology. But how do you easily retrofit DALI control lines? And how can you get the benefits of Bluetooth mesh wireless with an existing DALI installation? Here our presenter will walk us through technologies such as Zumtobel’s bmLINK which enables the latest wireless control and explore installations such as a big logistics centre in France.
Presenter: Dennis Fullin, Senior Product Manager, OSRAM
Date and Time: 11 November, 15:30 GMT
Description: With its unique topology and standardised protocol, Bluetooth® mesh is disrupting and revolutionising lighting control. In this special session, we’ll look at the opportunities and benefits, and refer to real-world projects including the installation at Osram’s HQ in Munich.
Presenter: Edward Lees, Global Head of Technical Product Development – Smart & Beyond Lighting, Feilo Sylvania
Date and Time: 11 November, 16:50 GMT
Description: In the world of Smart Lighting, there has long been a debate about which protocol is “best” for use in lighting products and applications. In this session, Edward Lees, Global Head of Technical Product development at Feilo Sylvania will give you a perspective on the benefits that Bluetooth Mesh can realize for lighting OEMs and lighting customers.
- Simon Slupik, CTO and co-founder, Silvair
- Alan Jackson, Chief Evangelist, Helvar
- Paul Drosihn, General Manager, DiiA
Date and Time: 11 November, 16:10 GMT
Description: The organizations behind Bluetooth mesh and the DALI-2 protocols recently agreed the specification for a standard interface, allowing DALI light fittings to talk to Bluetooth mesh wireless lighting controllers and accelerating the development of intelligent and connected lighting systems. Our presenter outlines the implications and the opportunities of the arrangement.
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About the Conference:
Taking place during the original LuxLive dates of 11 and 12 November, the LuxLive Digital Festival will be representing the most ambitious and comprehensive digital education program ever seen in the industry, focusing on a central theme of Health and Wellbeing.
The festival will be made up of four strands with their sessions split over the two days: Emergency Lighting, Smart Lighting, Workplace and the Lightspace Festival, focusing on lighting in architecture.
In addition to the headline acts, the festival will also offer sponsored keynote presentations as well as case studies and interactive learning.
Furthermore, there will be plenty of opportunity for networking with one-to-one meeting facilities, round table discussions, video presentations, live polling, and Q&A sessions throughout.