Light + Building 2018
Join us to learn about our testing and certification capabilities for lighting solutions and technologies oriented towards low energy consumption and modern safety and security requirements.
March 18, 2018, 09:00
March 23, 2018, 17:00
At Light + Building, we will highlight our testing and certification capabilities for lighting solutions and technologies oriented towards low energy consumption and modern safety and security requirements.
Visit the SGS booth in Hall 4.1 Stand A20 to learn about the innovative solutions we deploy in the fields of luminaire safety, distribution of photometry, hazardous substances, life span, performance and photometric measurements.
At our booth, key SGS experts in luminaires testing and certification will hold presentations covering the following topics:
|TOPIC||SPEAKER||DATE AND TIME|
|China RoHS Requirements, Issues and Solutions||Brian Lai, SGS||March 20, 11:00-11:30|
|March 21, 14:00-14:30|
|Chinese Requirements for Electrical & Electronic Goods||Miles Xu, SGS||March 21, 11:00-11:30|
|March 22, 11:00-11:30|
|Being Connected - the Growth of Smart Home Devices||Douglas Czerwonka, SGS||March 21, 16:00-16:30|
|March 22, 10:00-10:30|
|EN 62838:2016 and its Impact on Certification (this presentation will be in German)||Marcus Bombis, SGS||March 20, 14:00-14:30|
|March 21, 10:00-10:30|
Seats are limited. To register to join one, or several, of our presentations, please contact Silke Hilmer at +49 (0)40 30 101-826. On receipt of your registration, you will receive a confirmation of your place.
About Light + Building 2018
The world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building services technology, Light + Building is the place where over 2,600 exhibitors will showcase their innovative products and services in the fields of lighting, electrical engineering as well as home and building automation.
The 2018 Light + Building motto is “Connected – Secure - Convenient” and the industry is expected to present intelligent and networked solutions, future-oriented technologies and current design trends, which increase not only economic efficiency of lighting and buildings but also the comfort and safety and security of the users.
Automation and electrical technology play a key role in the construction and operation of intelligent and networked buildings. The increasing “smartification” and interlinking of electrical installations has a growing impact on the quality of life of consumers.
For further information on our luminaires capabilities or to plan your visit to our booth, please contact:
Electrical and Electronics
Global Marketing Manager
t: +49 (0)40 30 101 - 826