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2017 DOE Solid-State Lighting Connected Lighting Systems Workshop

June 7— 8, 2017 | Santa Clara, CA
Agenda Spotlight: Is the Connected Lighting Market Ready to Converge on Common Communication Protocols?
Common intra-luminaire communication protocols might make it easier to integrate connecting or sensor technology into a wider array of lighting fixture types, thereby opening up connected lighting solutions to more applications. Common inter-luminaire communication protocols might make it easier for connected lighting system specifiers to design solutions for more applications, and realize more value propositions.
These sessions will explore the growing need for such convergence, and what currently available technologies might serve that need.
 
Speakers: Erik Davidson, Cortet by CEL | Peter Duine, Philips LED Electronics | Kevin Fitzmaurice, Georgia Power | Russ Sharer, Fulham | Szymon Slupik, Silvair 

DOE’s Connected Lighting Systems Workshop gathers top experts in the lighting and IT industries for cross-cutting dialogue on the potential and challenges of connected lighting systems. Join the discussion, to forge a path toward a new lighting paradigm with deeper energy savings, value-added functions, and improved lighting service.
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U.S. Department of Energy, 1000 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC 20585

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