LED Expo 2017 to Focus on Making India Energy Efficient

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After a tremendous success achieved with the Mumbai edition, New Delhi is gearing up for the LED Expo 2017exhibition which is scheduled to be held from 30 Nov – 2 Dec 2017, with support by government and industry associations like Make in India, Electronics India, Digital India, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, LACMA – Luminaire, Accessories, Components, Manufacturers Association, Electronic Industries Association of India (ELCINA), Indian Building Congress, and Solar Energy Society of India.

LED lights are slowly making their way out of people’s house and are being used on a large scale in commercial and public places like parks, streets, metro stations and parking lots. Supporting the government’s initiatives this edition of LED Expo, follows the same agenda on making India more energy efficient by bringing over 290 companies from India and foreign contingents like USA, UAE, China, Germany, Korea, Finland, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong to showcase technological advancements in the this sector. Covering 15823 sqm of space, the three day event has always played an important role in bringing the innovators, industry heavyweights and decision makers from commercial and retail sector, town planners, architects, interior designers, government bodies and energy service companies together for networking and business.

Apart from the advanced lighting solutions displayed at LED Expo, this exhibition announces the launch of Future Zone, a platform presenting smart and intelligent lighting solutions to the Indian and international audience present at the event. The platform is geared up to showcase “next gen technology” like smart lighting, smart switches and controls, wireless keypads, dimmers, decorative lighting and networking devices. In simple words, the lights displayed here will have dimming capabilities and the ability to be controlled by an external network or an app when the person is not in vicinity.

The nation’s foremost exhibition on LED lighting products and technologies will be held in hall numbers 8 to12A, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

Light building  2018: Solution for smart urban living

Smart living – the digitalization and interlinkage of different aspects of life – is an important cog in the system of tomorrow’s intelligent city. It was only last March that, together with numerous companies and trade associations, the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association (Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V. – ZVEI) and the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie – BMWi) founded the ‘Smart Living Initiative’, the aim of which is to make Germany a leading market for smart-living technologies. New at Light + Building 2018 will be the revised structure of the programme of events with a subdivision into four main categories –Emotion, Skills, Career and Selection – making it easier for visitors to orientate themselves by areas of interest and take part in the programme in line with their individual goals at the fair. Visitors to Light + Building 2018 will also find a variety of smart-living solutions at the exhibition stands. In addition to the exhibitors’ presentation, the 2018 E-House (a realistic house with 100 m2 of space organised by the Central Association of the German Electrical and Information Technology Trades (Zentralverband der Deutschen Elektro- und Informationstechnischen Handwerke – ZVEH) will also reflect this theme. Smart living is not only of interest to the younger generation. In view of the process of demographic change and the growing number of single households, this aspect is also of growing significance for older people who, thanks to intelligent technology, have the chance to remain independent longer.

Light + Building 2018 will be dominated by ‘smart solutions’ with the world’s leading suppliers of lighting, electrical technology and house and building automation showing market-ready, intelligent solutions for a smarter world in Frankfurt am Main from 18 to 23 March 2018.

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