New Lighting Products at LIGHTFAIR International 2015
May 5-7, 2015 - NEW YORK, NY
We will unveil our vision for a convergent lighting platform for the worldwide lighting control market and showcase a number of new outdoor lighting products.Learn about New Outdoor Lighting Products
LIGHTFAIR International 2015
MAY 05 – 07, 2015, NEW YORK, NY
Let's talk no-compromise lighting control.... over coffee
At LIGHTFAIR International this year we will unveil our vision for a convergent lighting platform for the worldwide lighting control market and showcase a number of new outdoor lighting products.
Our converged intelligent lighting platform offers a vision of no-compromise lighting control:
- Wired, Wireless, Hybrid
- Open Standards
Transformation of the Lighting Industry to an Integrated Electronic Platform
At LFI' 15
New York, NY
Time: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Session Code: L15SM04
The transformation to smart lighting will significantly change our
thinking about the role of lighting in a building and the possible
outcomes and ramifications of this transformation will be discussed.
- Understand how the power and electronics industries are going to shape how lighting is evaluated and incorporated into the built environment.
- Develop a perspective on power systems and connectivity in the built environments, particularly as it relates to efficiency and security.
- Develop an understanding of how lighting now integrates with other building operational systems and what this means for the evaluation and specification of lighting.
- Understand the advantages and challenges of integrating lighting into other building infrastructure systems compared to conventional system architecture.
- Ron Sege, CEO and Chairman, Echelon Corp.
- Menko Deroos, CEO and Co-founder, Xicato
Lighting, Building Automation and IIoT Convergence: Perils and Promise
At LFI' 15
New York, NY
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Session Code: L15C04
As lighting systems converge with the Industrial IoT, what’s missing for commercial building automation, cities & streetlighting? Do barriers lie in technology? Lighting, IIoT industry experts & analysts discuss promises & pitfalls.
- Understand why lighting and the IIoT are converging, and what convergence means for markets such as building automation and outdoor lighting.
- Identify the gaps which lie between the promise and the reality of convergence.
- Discuss market drivers.
- Comment on what the future might hold for smart city, smart streetlighting and building automation systems.
- Sohrab Modi, CTO, VP of Engineering, Echelon Corp.
- John Curcio, P.E., LEED AP, chief commercial officer, Cupertino Electric
- Jerry Mix, CEO, Finelite Inc.
- Noah Goldstein, research director, Navigant Research
When OT Meets the Industrial 'Internet of Things'
JUNE 9-11, 2015 JAVITS CENTER, NEW YORK, NY
Industrial and commercial realms encompass operational technology (OT) that has been around for 25 or 50 years. This grittier, pre-IP, more hands-on world has much to gain from Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications and principles.
In his session at @ThingsExpo, Ron Sege, CEO of Echelon, will discuss how as enterprise IT embraces other IoT-related technology trends, enterprises with industrial or commercial facets must also find ways for the disparate worlds of OT and IT to work together harmoniously.
Online Hands-on Lab: IzoT Platform for the Industrial Internet of Things
Online hands-on lab will provide you the basic skills necessary to create and monitor an IzoT based control network.
After completing this lab, you will be able to:
- Develop an IzoT-enabled device that communicates autonomously with other IzoT-enabled devices
- Create a network of IzoT-enabled devices
- Create Web pages to monitor and control a network of IzoT-enabled devices