Held concurrently with Thailand Lighting Fair (THLF) 2019 and Secutech Thailand 2019, the three fairs will hold hands and bring out a new direction “Smart + Energy” to industry players. Overall, the fairs are segmented into six main sections, including Applications – Digital Living, Technology – Smart Tech, Management – Smart Governance, Energy Source, Power Generation and Energy Management, aiming at easing the impact of rapid urbanisation in Thailand and ASEAN regions by moving forward to achieving smart living in smart cities.
Post date: 16 Mai 2019
An urban district in western Turkey is trialling a smart lighting system in a bid to cut energy bills and be more ecological.
Post date: 11 Apr 2019
STARDUST is an EU Horizon 2020 Smart Cities project, which brings together advanced European cities, thus forming into a constellation of “innovation islands” – exemplary models of smart, highly efficient, intelligent and citizen-oriented cities.
Post date: 22 Nov 2018
Girona Provincial Council’s BEenerGi programme provides the necessary technical, legal and financial assistance for municipalities that have signed the Covenant of Mayors. The aim is to mobilise investments to promote energy efficiency in public lighting and in municipal buildings (which includes creating heating networks).
Post date: 29 Okt 2018
PROGRAMMA DEI CONVEGNI E TALK-SHOW DI ILLUMINOTRONICA
LUMI 2018 racconta il mondo dell’IoT e dell’Integrazione
Le storie che riescono a spiegare la tecnologia IoT in modo semplice e diretto, per fare business, confrontarsi e condividere casi di successo; un ricco programma di convegni, conferenze, talk-show ed eventi di networking: da vedere, da ascoltare,da vivere.
GIOVEDì 29 NOVEMBRE 2018
HUMAN CENTRIC SPACES
LO SPAZIO 4.0 E’ A MISURA D’UOMO E DI BUSINESS
Post date: 22 Okt 2018
As of 1 September 2018 energy intensive and inefficient halogen lightbulbs will no longer be sold across the European Union. As a result of these rules, European consumers will be able to save on their household bills and, by addressing this at EU level, this will mean significant EU-wide energy savings – equivalent to the electricity consumption of Portugal over 5 years.
Post date: 5 Sep 2018
This report summarizes the highlights from the European Copper Institute's (ECI) inputs to the Interim Report and the Second Progress Report by the consortium on the Smart Readiness Indicator (SRI) for buildings. ECI welcomes the Commission’s effort to establish a comprehensive methodology, but has also some important recommendations to improve the current version of the methodology and prevent it from acting against the very purpose of the SRI.
Post date: 20 Aug 2018
This Inter-laboratory Comparison testing project is one of a series of efficient lighting compliance activities under the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)-Global Environment Facility (GEF) en.lighten initiative project “Securing climate change benefits of efficient lighting in Southeast Asia and Pacific economies via MVE capacity building activities”, which is funded by the Australian Government. It was designed in compliance with ISO/IEC 17043, Conformity assessment - General requirements for proficiency testing.
Post date: 7 Aug 2018
This open-source tool helps users model the potential savings that a country could realise by a rapid transition to energy-efficient lighting.
The model forecasts the electrical energy and carbon dioxide emission savings potential of efficient lighting regulations relative to a business-as-usual scenario. The model baseline is the estimated 2010 installed stock and energy consumption from the en.lighten Country Lighting Assessments.
Post date: 7 Aug 2018
To keep global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius, accelerating a radical shift to smarter energy use is crucial. Within the private sector the transition has already begun, yet it is not happening fast enough – and millions of dollars in energy savings remain untapped.
Buildings are crucial targets for lowering emissions. They are what make up our rapidly expanding urban landscapes, their construction and architectural shape in turn shaping everyday human lives. Yet they also represent 32% of global energy consumption and a quarter of global human induced CO2 emissions.
Post date: 10 Jul 2018