Philips Lighting LED technology has advanced at a remarkable pace in recent years. Its award-winning lighting systems and technologies apply the benefits of LED’s as a highly efficient, long lasting, environmentally friendly digital source.
The Philips Centre
Guildford Business Park
Fax: +44 (0)1483 575 534
CPD booking contact
Ms Teresa Vallis
Tel: +44 (0)1483 293067
Approved CPD materials
Outdoor Lighting: A Holistic Approach
Often different aspects of outdoor lighting get discussed/presented separately which is useful to go into more detail, but this presentation aims to provide a holistic approach so that urban, architectural and even specialist areas like road and sports venue lighting can fit together.
Lighting for Retail
This seminar goes in to detail on using light to help increase retail performance.
Light as a Selling Tool in Retail - Using Functional, Cognitive and Emotional Approaches
This seminar aims to show delegates:
- How to use light in your retail designs
- How light can improve your client’s sales if done in the right way
Light and Architecture
- Thinking of lighting as an integral part of architecture
- Basics of light
- Basics of LED
LED Lighting Innovation
LED is talked about a lot and it does bring new possibilities for architecture, but as with any new technology there are points worth being aware of to ensure that the right choices are made.
Innovative Approaches to Office Lighting
This seminar looks at using lighting as a key component in creating dynamic and effective work places.
Improving Quality of Light with LED – Facts and Fiction
As with lifetime of LED light, there is also a lot of mis-information regarding the quality of LED lighting in terms of colour rendition, colour temperature consistency and other factors such as consistency in the light beam. Why is this important? We have become used to what conventional lighting can do, but without some understanding of what to look for in LED lighting then designers can find themselves specifying the wrong kind of lighting for the application and or not getting what they expected. In application such as retail this can mean not being able to see certain colours for example.
Type: Factory Visit
The aim of these 1.5 days is to give an insight into lighting innovation particularly linked to LED and OLED. Architects visiting will meet with the people involved in the research and also have the opportunity to give their input and ideas.
Colour and Imagination in Lighting Using Light Emitting Diodes
This seminar aims to introduce a new technology in lighting and lighting design, digital lighting using LEDs.
Apples and Pears – Performance standardisation for LED Luminaires
This presentation is aimed at specifiers with specialist lighting knowledge, lighting designers and also architects who have an interest in lighting design.
There is a lot of mis-informaton in the market about the growing LED lighting technology. One of the key challenges is that LED lifetime performance is measured in a different way to conventional lighting technology. This has created a lot of confusion in the market. This presentation describes the process that the organisation representing the LED industry is establishing to prevent this confusion and enable apples to be compared with apples and not with pears.
A People-Centric Approach to Using Light in Working Environments
This seminar aims to help delegates:
- Understand about the fundamentals of how light affects the human physiology
- Understand how the effects of light are linked to architectural design