Interactive CPD launched for lighting specifiers: Light, Seen

Dec 21, 2020 | CPD, Events, Projects

The ILP has launched an interactive initiative brought to you in collaboration between the ILP and it’s Premier members. The Light, Seen showcase CPD sessions provide a connection whilst we can’t hold face to face exhibitions.

Everyone is welcome, with cameras on and questions encouraged.

The first showcase is presented by TRT Lighting and introduces Light Guide Technology.

For visual comfort with LED lighting the best way forward is sideways – Introducing Light Guide Technology

In the past when designs have required low mounting heights and high levels of visual comfort, indirect lighting and diffusers have been used. In this presentation, ILP Premier member TRT will detail a new alternative to these solutions. Light Guide technology makes use of LEDs but with no high luminance sources being visible and provides a comfortable light emitting surface of even brightness. The function and benefits of Light Guide technology will be explained and two lanterns making use of it will be shown.

This presentation will be of interest and use to lighting designers and urban designers as it details a new tool available to them for public realm lighting projects. It will also be of use to adopting authorities, specifiers and contractors because it provides detailed technical information on the functionality of luminaires using Light Guide technology.

The presenter will be Nic Winter, TRT UK Road and Amenity Lighting sales manager. Nic has 20 years’ experience of seeking to understand the challenges faced by clients and meeting these challenges with available technology, and talking about lighting to anyone interested.

Booking is open now for the event on 19 January at 11.00 GMT.

The ILP seeks to be as inclusive as possible, so if you have any concerns about applying for membership / attending our Exterior Lighting Diploma courses, LDC local events or our one-day courses for whatever reason please let us know and we will try to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that you can fully engage with the ILP.