LEDucation is set to be an incredibly strong event this year, with over 380 companies showcasing their products and a record-breaking 6,557 attendees pre-registered, surpassing last year’s total attendance. Visit us at booth PF6 and say hello!
LEDucation’s Burt Grant revealed that they have been approached by a foreign embassy interested in exhibiting more companies from their country. As a result, LEDucation is considering introducing a Euro Pavilion next year (19-20 MAR 2024), which will be an exciting addition given that the show is organized by representatives.
The current issue of Designing Lighting magazine features a map of the show, which can be viewed here. Don’t forget that the virtual portion of the show begins on Monday, March 6 at 8 am EST, followed by in-person sessions on Tuesday (9 am to 5 pm) and Wednesday (9 am to 2:30 pm). There’s also a networking event taking place on Tuesday at 6 pm in the Trianon Ballroom (3rd floor).
LEDucation offers excellent educational opportunities, with several exciting sessions scheduled. Some of the ones that caught our attention include:
Tuesday, March 7:
- 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST: “Is it Time for LED-to-LED Lighting Conversions?” with Tom Nowakowski from Cree Lighting
- 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm EST: “Panel Discussion: The Impact of a Pandemic on Design” featuring Dorothy Underwood and Stacey Bello from KGM Architectural Lighting, Shawn Fernandez from ETC, and Matt Emmi from OneButton
- 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST: “Beyond Melatonin – Dynamic Lighting Systems for Light and Health” with Paul Pickard from Korrus, Inc.
- 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm EST: “Panel Discussion: The Challenges of Assessing Glare” with Shaun Fillion from New York School of Interior Design, AC Hickox from Domingo Gonzalez Associates, Dan Wang-Munson from RAB Lighting, and Aaron Smith from Finelite
Wednesday, March 8:
- 9:30 am – 10:30 am EST: “The Future of Lighting in the Metaverse” with Erin McDannald from Lighting Environments and Environments by LE
We hope to see you at LEDucation in New York!