This conference was the third in a series, building on Strategic Lighting Partners’ (SLP) highly-successful, award-winning Road Lighting conferences held in New Zealand in 2014 and 2015.
A top line-up of international speakers came from as far as the US, the UK, Germany, France, Asia and Norway. Partnered by IPWEA, and supported by the Australian Department of the Environment and Energy, the conference and exhibition attracted about 250 delegates and considerable commercial support, including top sponsors Silver Springs Networks, Phillips and Telensa. For more information go to the conference website.
Council CEOs, CFOs and Asset Managers throughout Australia and New Zealand face a common set of challenges: how to harness the newly available LED road lighting technologies and smart control techniques, to quantify the relative performance, and to make procurement decisions that indemnify councils from technical and operational risk. This conference provided a rare and stimulating opportunity to meet with a large number of overseas leaders, local specialists and industry peers to discuss issues and solutions that specifically target the needs of the New Zealand and Australian road lighting communities.
Continuing the award winning format and exceptional results (Rating 9/10) from the NZ Road Lighting Conference 2015, the 3rd International Street lighting + Smart Controls Conference was not to be missed. If you are into street lighting – or just need to know more about it – this conference series is a must attend for the future. More than 95% of attendees surveyed after the last conference event said they would attend again, rating the conference ‘excellent’ across all categories… so watch this space!
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