Smart Lighting for Smarter Sustainable Cities
Presented By: Georges Zissis
Artificial light absorbs 16,5% of the world’s electricity annual production. Today, we are witnessing a transition from the conventional “analogue” lighting technologies towards “digital” lighting. Smart lighting will become the backbone for Smart Cities and homes. Smart lighting concept leads towards the heart of the “Internet of Things”. Further, to serve society as effectively as we could, Industry has coined a new term “human-centric lighting” (HCL) to direct its primary efforts in meeting human needs. The objective is switching to smart human-centric lighting driven by both “efficiency” and “quality of light”. Next-generation lighting systems should provide the “Right Light” with the best efficiency and quality, when and where it is needed. This webinar will highlight all the above-mentioned issues and will focus on the future of the lighting systems and their contributions to the sustainable development of smart cities.
Who Should Attend?
- Industry Engineers, PhD and Master Students, Academic Teachers and Researchers
About the Speaker
Prof. Georges Zissis, SMIEE, Vice-Rector Toulouse 3 University. He is distinguished Professor in Toulouse 3 University (France). His primary area of work is in the field of Light Sources Science and Technology. Georges won in December 2006 the 1st Award of the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) Centenary Challenge for his work on normalization for urban lighting systems (in conjunction with IEEE, IET, and the Observer). In 2009, he won the Energy Globe Award for France and he got the Fresnel Medal from the French Illuminating Engineering Society. In 2011 Georges has been awarded the title of Professor Honoris Causa of Saint Petersburg State University and he was President of the Power Electronics, Electronics, Optoelectronics, and System section of the French National Council of Universities. Past-president of IEEE Industry Applications Society. He is Chairman of the 4E-Solid State Lighting Annex of the International Energy Agency.
Tags & Topics for This Webinar:
- Indoor and Outdoor Lighting; Connected Systems; Energy Savings; Light as a Service; Visual Performance and Comfort; Human Centric Lighting; Light Pollution; Traffic and Person Security; Silver Economy; Lighting and IC Industry Growth