90% of our time is spent in buildings, and quality of light is essential to improving the quality of the building experience as well as the well-being and productivity of its occupants. Networked lighting controls (NLC) have long held the promise of delivering significant energy savings and an improved occupant experience in commercial environments, and the demands on commercial lighting are increasing. The lighting infrastructure is also being looked at to provide a central nervous system for the building and enable more efficient operation of other building systems, including HVAC and security, while also supporting advanced building services, such as indoor navigation and asset tracking.
How can lighting control system specifiers, designers, and integrators meet these new demands and deploy systems that deliver maximum value in minimal time? How can these systems be more easily installed and commissioned, and then reconfigured to adapt to inevitable space changes a building experiences over the time?
This informative discussion will examine these questions and more from three expert perspectives. OSRAM’s Dennis Fullin, EMC’s Ben Wright, and McWong’s Stephen Zhou will join the Bluetooth SIG’s Chuck Sabin to explore:
- First-hand accounts and lessons learned from those who have installed and commissioned wireless networked lighting control systems, including how best to increase the functionality-to-cost ratio and maximize scalability and future proof the system
- The key motivations and what to consider when integrating mobile app-based commissioning and remote monitoring
- How different wireless mesh networking technologies address the lingering question of scalability and performance of wireless systems
- The evolving role of the sensor and how sensor networks can be used to have a positive effect on the experience, wellbeing, and productivity of occupants and the efficiency of other systems
- How to ensure sustainable, long-term business models in the wake of this sea change in lighting
Register today to reserve your spot. Don’t miss this chance to find out how to deploy networked lighting control systems that deliver the combination of energy savings and a high-quality occupant experience that can unlock the full value of a building.
Dennis Fullin, Senior Product Manager, OSRAM
Dennis Fullin is Senior Product Manager at OSRAM and now responsible for the HubSense Lighting control system and its connected components. After the master degree in electronic engineer, he starts the experience in OSRAM in the Automotive business as Project Manager. He becomes a marketer 12 years ago and managed successfully portfolios of Luminaires, LED Drivers, and lighting controls. He has strong curiosity for the new technologies and how to introduce them in the market.
Stephen Zhou, Vice President, McWong International Inc.
Stephen manages product development and business operations as well as strategic partner relationships. Prior to this role, he worked for the company in a number of roles, including project manager, product manager and sales manager. Zhou holds an MBA from the Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University and a B.S. from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in Shanghai. He is an IES member and is fluent in English and Chinese.
Ben Wright, Senior Sales Engineer, EMC
Ben Wright is a senior sales engineer with the Advanced Development group for LED lighting + controls + IoT conversion systems and services provider EMC. During his tenure with EMC, Ben has served in multiple capacities and in his current role he and his team are focused on driving value through emerging lighting technologies, as well as developing new products for the market. Ben has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design from Montana State University School of Architecture.
Chuck Sabin, Senior Director, Market Development, Bluetooth SIG
Chuck Sabin is responsible for Business Strategy and Planning at the Bluetooth SIG. In his role, Mr. Sabin is responsible for working with the Bluetooth Executive team, Board of Directors, and member companies to expose insight, trends and projections to influence and drive the development of strategic business priorities for the Bluetooth SIG. Mr. Sabin has been a proud member of the Bluetooth SIG team for seven years, and has an extensive background in marketing, product management, planning, and business development for enterprise servers, mobile operating systems, mobile devices, client software and services.