Home' Australian Govlink : Issue 2 2016 Contents “Recognising the oppor tunities in deploying intelligent
lighting solutions, city councils and governments across
the world are using smar t LED street lights to conserve
energy, reduce cost and promote demand-driven lighting.
The 4th Annual Australian Smart Lighting Summit
promises to be an excellent platform to share and gain
valuable insights with regional and international lighting
exper ts and demonstrate the convergence of technology
with lighting.” opined Ms. Saumya Dabarera, Business
Manager, Expotrade Global.
Educating the audience on lighting design for cities and
urban environments through a case study presentation
on the topic Singapore City Centre Lighting Master
Plan will be Kaoru Mende, Principal/Lighting Designer,
Lighting Planners Associates (Tokyo). Bob Parks,
Executive Director, Smar t Outdoor Lighting Alliance,
Washington DC will deliver a keynote presentation
focusing on what Australian Local Governments can
learn from smart street lighting trends across US Cities.
Paul Glennie, Team Leader Strategic Planning, Transpor t
& Waste Operations, Wellington City Council (New
Zealand) will throw light on the smart street lighting
solutions in Wellington. The city of Eindhoven is one of
the most prominent cities in Europe to adopt intelligent
lighting solutions in public spaces, and using that as a
case study will be Rik van Stiphout, Programme Advisor
- L ight & Culture, City of Eindhoven – Netherlands.
He will deliver a keynote presentation on City of
Eindhoven’s smart street lighting journey.
The summit agenda covers topics that focus on Australian
cities lighting development roadmap, highlighting the local
government initiatives. Lighting experts George Angelis,
Manager - City Infrastructure and Traffic Operations, City
of Sydney; Ian Dryden, Team Leader - Industrial Design,
City of Melbourne and David Thompson, Senior Project
Officer – Northern Lights Project, Regional Development
Australia Nor thern Inland (RDANI) will highlight the
smar t street lighting journey for City of Sydney; City of
Melbourne’s progress in relation to LED roll out and
lighting control and the Northern Lights project
The 4th Annual Australian Smart Lighting Summit
is being held on the 6th and 7th of September at the
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Read more at www.lightingconference.com.au or
contact 03 8581 3713.
Join our group on
6 - 7 SEPTEMBER 2016
MELBOURNE CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE
Australia's Leading Energy Efficient
Lighting Event focusing on Street,
Outdoor, Urban & Public Lighting
Every urban city across the globe is transforming to
becoming a smart city, offering a better quality of life
to its residents. The concept of a smar t city percolates
to different divisions within an ecosystem – from
infrastructure to mobility; healthcare to education;
city services to lighting.
Lighting is ubiquitous part of everyday life. Conventional
lighting solutions have paved the way for smar t lighting
infrastructure or otherwise referred to as intelligent
outdoor lighting systems that have become the backbone
of a smart city. Cities are embracing innovative lighting
solutions; connected energy-efficient lighting systems
controlled by technology that not only enhances the
beauty and aesthetic value of public spaces, but also
promotes citizen safety.
Australia’s major cities have undertaken a series of
measures to promote the use of energy efficient lighting
solutions with Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and
Hobar t leading the way. While the city of Adelaide aims
to be the world’s first carbon neutral city, Sydney
commits to net zero emissions by 2050.
In tune with the lighting developments undertaken on
a regional and a national level, the 4th Annual Australian
Smart Lighting Summit, endorsed by the City of
Melbourne will bring together regionally and globally
prominent experts, sector specialists from public entities,
government, semi- government and international estab-
lishments to deliver a series of stimulating presentations,
interactive panel discussions and thought-provoking case
study presentations on topics that will cover the latest
trends in the lighting industry.
Suppor ted by the Lighting Council Australia & IESANZ,
the Australian Smart Lighting Summit has established
itself as the leading event in public & street lighting in
Australia, attracting over 150 delegates every year. The
summit by itself remains an important platform for senior
lighting industry professionals representing more than
40 councils, engineers, lighting designers, architects,
public works and public sector representatives to
discuss challenges, opportunities, developments and
best practices from different regions within Australia.
Smart Lighting Solutions
illuminating the streets of Australia
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Offer valid till: 2nd August 2016
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