“We are excited to announce our line-up of speakers for ControlThis!
The IESNYC is proud to announce the following unparalleled lineup of educational programming on Lighting Control Systems and Energy Management technology:
Construction and Commissioning Track:
• Hands on Wiring Demo and Basic Control Information. This is a unique three hour demonstration event allowing participants a hands-on, one on one opportunity to wire the components of the control systems they usually only see as “one lines”. Facilitated by Steve Mesh, LC, IALD, Lighting Consultant and Educator.
• The Commissioning Process: IESNA DG29. Presented by Gary Meshberg, LEED AP, LC, IESNA, Director of Sales for Encelium Technology, Committee Chair for the IES Design Guide Committee.
• Selecting a Cost Effective Control Strategy: An analysis of cost and performance. Presented by: Dane Sanders and Darcie Chinnis, Clanton Associates
• Lighting Controls for Humans: Presented by Michael Stiller, Michael Stiller Design
• Interactive Urban Lighting. Presented by Pol Pla I Conesa, MIT Fluid Interfaces Group
• Meeting the Green Code: Presented by Urban Green
• Table tops of “not ready for market” innovative technology or process
• Demonstration of the interactive teaching tool for developmentally challenged students at the Perkins School for the Blind.
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ABOUT THE IESNYC:
IESNYC is a volunteer professional membership organization comprised of individuals who share a mutual appreciation for, and fascination with, all things lighting. They are lighting designers, architects, engineers, consultants, lighting manufacturers, lighting representatives, electrical distributors and allied professionals.
IESNYC members are dedicated to promoting the art and science of illumination engineering to their members, professionals, the lighting industry, and the public through inspiring events, informative programs and educational series, social outreach, and networking opportunities.
CONTROL THIS! 2011 is supported through the volunteer efforts of IESNYC members.