New seminar and masterclass sessions have been introduced to the Lux Emergency Lighting Conference taking place at Cavendish Conference Centre, London on Thursday 25 February.
The following industry specialists will be sharing insights into the special areas of expertise:
Emergency lighting in heritage interiors
Geraldine O’Farrell, Senior Building Service Engineer, Historic England
Geraldine will be discussing ways to minimise the impact of emergency lighting in aesthetically-sensitive areas and will be discussing the issue of luminaire conversions. She is a specialist design consultant working on historic building projects. She also provides guidance on historic buildings and lectures on topics such as internal and external lighting as well as fire alarms, emergency lighting systems and lightning protection.
Technical Masterclass: batteries
Colin Dore, Sales Manager, ARTS Energy
ARTS Energy is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of rechargeable batteries. Colin will be discussing the latest developments in battery technology, how they will affect the design of emergency lighting, what issues arise; and how can we ensure that this new technology can deliver the required life in the event of an emergency.
- This special Lux conference on emergency lighting is taking place on Thursday 25 February 2016 at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London. Entry is free to specifiers including facility managers, consulting engineers, estate managers, energy managers and others responsible to emergency lighting installations and their specification. View the full programme and register for your free place HERE
- Emergency lighting is one of the key sessions at this April’s LuxLive Middle East exhibition and conference, taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre on Wednesday 13 April and Thursday 14 April 2016.Entry is free if you register at www.luxlive.ae
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