Photo Gallery • 14.03.2016

Lighting solutions from the trade fair Light + Building 2016

Trendy spots and smart light control. The future of lighting in pictures from the lighting trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany

With the current motto „Where modern spaces come to life: digital – individual – connected“ the digitalisation of lighting solutions stand in the focus of the fair.

Trends in the fields of lighting solutions and the influence of light on people as well as security, intelligent house and building automatization and additionally efficient energy management are the main topics in Frankfurt a.M., Germany.

Impressions from Light + Buidling

Human Centric Lighting

In the special show „With smart lighting through the day“ new solutions from the world of smart lighting are shown. The common project by members of the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers‘ Association presents lighting scenarios in which light can be adjusted to the needs and demands of users.

The Light + Building is the world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building technology and is running till Friday, March 18th. 

Author: Natascha Mörs, iXtenso

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