EdisonReport Becomes Media Partner of Light+Building

We are happy to announce that EdisonReport has accepted to be a Media Partner of the Light+Building Show 2016. This bi-annual Lighting show is the biggest in the world and was created for the global lighting market. About 2,500 exhibitors take part in Light + Building at Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre and almost one in two of the over 210,000 visitors comes from outside Germany. Lighting manufacturers, designers, architects, researchers, universities, industry executives, distributors, contractors and end users use L+B as a THE place to meet, learn about the latest developments in lighting, see all the latest products and discuss the future of the lighting industry and profession.

Through this partnership, Edison Report will promote the trade show which takes place 13 – 18th March, in Frankfurt, Germany. For readers who cannot attend the event in person, your humble Editor will post news and summaries, directly from the show floor.

L+B 2016 – the main theme is energy efficiency..

At the fair, everything is represented, from LED technology, via photovoltaic and electro-mobility, to intelligent electricity usages with smart metering and smart grids. Thanks to the combination of lighting and networked building-services technology, the companies can present an integrated spectrum of products and services that make a decisive contribution to exploiting the energy-saving potential of buildings to the full.
Smart system solutions and modern design are the foundation for enhancing the quality of life. Therefore, the motto of Light + Building 2016 is ‘digital – individual – networked’. These three aspects are the keystones for the creation of ‘modern spaces’ that also contribute to an improved quality of life.

About Edison Report.

EdisonReport is a group of websites dedicated to the lighting industry. There are three brands; EdisonReport.net, EdisonReport.eu and EdisonReport.tv, that keep the commercial lighting sector informed of the latest news and developments within this dynamic, changing industry. It updates key decision-makers throughout the supply chain who specify, design, install and use lighting and related products.
Visitors include lighting designers, architects, engineers, interior designers, contractors, utilities, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, national and regional governments and lighting associations.

By Julie Allen

17 Jan