Trends in Lighting | Sept 26-28 | Bregenz
“TiL 2017 Forum”


Trends in Lighting will be in conjunction with the 7th International LED professional Symposium +Expo (LpS 2017)

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DAY 1: Tuesday, SEPT 16th | 10.00 AM |
Grosser Saal | Opening Ceremony 

10.30 AM | Grosser Saal

Keynote: “Lighting Visions, Trends & Projects in  Modern Architecture”

Helmut Kinzler, Zaha Hadid Architects
London, Senior Associate

11.00 AM | Grosser Saal

Keynote: “Connected Lighting – A Global View”

Jan Denneman, Philips, Vice-President &
Global Lighting Association, President

11.30 AM | Grosser Saal

Keynote: “Challenges and Opportunities
of Connected Smart Lighting”

Dr. Wu Chou, Huawei, CTO

 14.00 PM | Seefoyer
“Exhibiting with LED Lighting – Museo dell’Opera
del Duomo in Firence”
Massimo Iarussi, Studio Massimo Iarussi, Founder &
Lighting Designer. Mr. Iarussi is darc awards architectural
winner for the best interior lighting scheme.

 14.30 PM | Seefoyer
“How Lighting will Become a Secondary
Function of the Luminary”
Bastiaan de Groot, Feilo Sylvania, Global
Director Strategy & New Business Development

15.00 PM | Seefoyer
“Is Smart Lighting Smart in the
Eyes of the Customer?”
Dr. Thomas Knoop, Zumtobel Group Services,
Executive Vice President

18.30 PM – 19.30 PM
International Press Conference

DAY 2: Wednesday, SEPT 27th

08.30 AM – 10.00 AM
Photonics 4 – Industry 4.0 | End-User Workshop |
Chances of LiFi

The End-user workshop on visual light communication
(LiFi) explains the technology and focusing on the chances
to adapt LiFi technologies in real applications.

14.00 PM – 17.00 PM
Visual Perception – Theory, Practical Demonstrations, Limitations

Bartenbach Workshop


SEPT 27: 18.30 PM – 23.00 PM
Boat Cruise on Lake Constance – Get Together Networking Event

DAY 3: Thursday September 28th

SEPT 28: 09.30 AM – 01.00 PM
Miniaturization of Solid State Lighting Systems | EPIC Workshop

With a special look at novel SSL systems in Automotive, Signalling, Wearables, Horticulture, Indoor/Outdoor and Construction.
The miniaturization of SSL light engines and systems allows for new types or revolutionary designs of luminaires and lamps with new form factors and expanding application fields, such as in automotive, signaling, wearables, horticulture and through the integration into building materials in the construction sector. The “EPIC Workshop on Miniaturization of SSL systems” will bring together high-level representatives from key organizations in the sector. Active discussions will cover the topics of improved cost/performance ratio,  energy efficiency and novel application fields of miniaturized SSL systems.



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