This seminar, in its fourth year, provides an opportunity to learn about intelligent buildings and integrated systems, and the associated delivery of energy efficiency and sustainability.This year, the focus will be on Advanced Integrated Lighting Controls.
Advanced Integrated Lighting Controls: Key technology for an Intelligent Building
Lighting controls are poised for dramatic growth, and the application of next generation advanced integrated lighting controls brings ever greater opportunities for improvements in human comfort, energy efficiency, and sustainability. Furthermore, new developments in technologies, products, and systems make lighting controls more practical and effective than ever before, offering advancements in control strategies and greater potential for integration and cross-optimization with building systems.
Tuesday, January 27th, 2009
9:00AM to 5:00PM
Francis Rubinstein, Staff Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and leader of the Building Technology Department's Lighting Research Group, is an internationally-recognized expert in advanced lighting controls research and will start the day with the keynote: "Delivering Energy Efficiency with Advanced Integrated Lighting Controls."
Then, the seminar will focus and go in-depth on this one important aspect of intelligent buildings, taking you on a guided tour through the process of planning for, designing, and deploying advanced integrated lighting controls with coverage of the following topics:
- Technology and systems
- Planning, design and specification development
- Startup, checkout and commissioning
- Integrated operations
Attend this Building Intelligence Tour seminar and explore the application, role, and contribution of Advanced Integrated Lighting Controls in intelligent and sustainable buildings.
Register by December 31st at a reduced rate!
Before December 31st: $300
After December 31st: $350
For additional information, or to register, please visit www.buildingintelligencetour.com.
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