September 14, 2010
by Canadian Architect
Hot Products, Cool Lights
The largest lighting show in Canada is bigger than ever, with 100-plus exhibitors. Everyone from big-name manufacturers to emerging newcomers from Canada and beyond will present the latest from their boldest collections showcasing brilliant advances in sustainable lighting, LED technology, new materials and advances in lighting design. No matter what your design specialty, Light Canada has got it covered, including interior, exterior, commercial, residential, decorative, institutional and architectural lighting products, plus lamps and lighting controls. For more information, please visit www.iidexneocon.com/2010/index.php/exhibitor_list/.
Keep current on the latest lighting technologies and techniques is simple at Light Canada 2010. Programmed by industry-leading experts, the Light Canada conference covers the latest trends and advances in the industry. From health care to sustainable lighting, demystifying LEDs to fun with lighting controls, Light Canada 2010 is sure to target your specific educational needs and provide vital lighting know-how. For more information on the 2001 Light Canada Conference, please visit www.iidexneocon.com/2010/index.php/seminars/.
Light Canada Feature Installation
LEDs have the power to transform spaces with animated displays, pulsating colours and unique graphics. The proof is in the dynamic lighting systems created by Traxon Technologies, renowned the world over for its work in architectural projects along with hospitality and retail environments. For IIDEX/NeoCon’s Light Canada, Traxon Technologies, OSRAM SYLVANIA and Lighting Nelson and Garrett are creating an original LED installation that demonstrates the power of light and materials at Booth 1855. Visit www.iidexneocon.com/2010/index.php/highlights/features/ for more information.
Mark your Calendars for LEDiscovery 2010 – now at IIDEX
The third edition of the successful LEDiscovery event will now be held as part of IIDEX/NeoCon Canada in September 2010 in Toronto. The educational sessions will be held as a feature pre-conference on Wednesday, September 22, and the LEDiscovery exhibits will be included as part of the tradeshow on Thursday, September 23 and Friday, September 24.
* a full day of educational sessions focusing on LED advancement, procurement and market transformation
* breakfast and lunch keynote speakers
* inaugural SSLNet LED fixture design competition
* ideal event for organization and individual interested in LED procurement and technology advancements
For more information on LEDiscovery 2010, please visit
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