TiL 2017 Forum & Show to focus on Smart Lighting & IoT

(Austria) – Trends in Lighting (TiL 2017) will look at the growing emergence of Smart Lighting and the impact of the ‘Internet of Things’.

Trends in Lighting (TiL 2017) will take place on the 26-28 September 2017 in Bregenz, Austria. The event has been created to address the questions being asked in modern light design and technologies.

The event comprises of exclusive lectures, panel debates, workshops and an exhibition. A carefully curated hub, TiL 2017 will offer architects, planners, designers, manufacturers and systems integrators a unique experience, a place to learn about modern lighting and connect with international experts including Zaha Hadid Architects, Zumtobel Group, Philips, Amazon, Huawei and Osram. There is also a chance to get hands-on with the latest technologies, making it a truly immersive experience.

“TiL 2017 is an interactive and practice-oriented hub created by, and for, experts in order to collectively experience the future of light. It will close the gap between application, design and technology,” said Event Director, Siegfried Luger.

During the event, lead architect Thomas Kinzler of Zaha Hadid Architects will share his passion and ideas about the role of lighting design in modern architecture, while lighting designer Massimo Iarussi will present the excellent lighting project for the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo in Florence, where lighting, design and the forms all contributed to finding new solutions.

Elsewhere, the diverse questions of networking and connectivity are central to the TiL 2017 lectures and workshops. The aim of which is to generate a greater understanding of smart lighting and to present solution concepts from global brands such as Huawei. In addition to the lectures TiL 2017 will offer interactive workshops. The wide range of topics for these workshops include, data transmission via light, an exploration of visual perception, the theme of ‘Design meets Technology’ and the balance that must be struck, miniaturisation of lighting systems, and the issue of cyber security.