The trade fair will provide a broad overview of the industry and an insight into topics related to lighting, electrical engineering, home and building automation and security technology. What moves the industry is also reflected in the themes of this year’s Light + Building. These are “Green Deal & Sustainability”, “Electrification & Digitalization” and “Light & Design”.
“The last two years in pandemic have been challenging, but for us they have been fruitful and have enabled us to develop in new fields and create new products. At the fair, we will be showcasing our innovative GL Opticam and GLG A 50-1800 system, and we will be promoting instruments and measuring services that comply with the latest Ecodesign requirements. We are also keen to exchange knowledge and experience on the industry’s most current topics”, says Mikołaj Przybyła, COO of GL Optic.
GL Optic’s product portfolio includes the GL Spectis line of smart spectroradiometers, which, in combination with available accessories such as probes or integration spheres and GL Spectrosoft software, create precision measurement systems tailored to different needs. With the right configuration, it is possible to create, among other things, a measuring station that complies with Ecodesign requirements or the assessment of the appropriate UV dose for effective space disinfection. “Recent years have seen the development of two revolutionary measurement systems for the automotive industry and for luminance verification”, Mikołaj Przybyła emphasizes. The first of these, the GLG A 50-1800 goniometer, allows precise verification of dynamically changing automotive luminance, and enables the measurement of lamps with a length of 1.80 m and a weight of up to 50 kg. The second is the GL Opticam 3.0 4 K TEC, the world’s first luminance meter fully adapted to field measurements. “Both of these systems are a response to suggestions we have received from engineers who face various measurement challenges in their daily work. We try to give them the best possible support”, says Mikołaj Przybyła.
GL Optic has been offering precise and intuitive-to-use lighting measurement instruments since its inception. “Plug and measure is a slogan that has been consistently important to us for years. We design instruments and measurement systems to make everyday work easier for engineers,” Mikołaj Przybyła emphasizes.
At the leading international trade fair for lighting and building technology, the industry will be showcasing intelligent solutions, future-oriented technologies and current design trends that help to increase the economic efficiency of buildings, achieve specific climate targets and, at the same time, improve the comfort and safety of users.
For the first time, the international venue will also connect all participants digitally. The digital extension of Light + Building will be available from 2 to 14 October 2022. The additional offer helps to find targeted contacts via matching supported by artificial intelligence. Exhibitors can offer product presentations via video streaming and contact customers digitally. In addition, the Light + Building program is available here on-demand.
The autumn edition of Light + Building is a one-off event and is being held at the request of the industry, as Light + Building was postponed in the spring due to a pandemic. In 2024, Light + Building will return to its traditional date in March.
For more up-to-date information on Light + Building, as well as travel and ticketing information, please visit www.light-building.com.