What's so smart about Smart Lighting Control Systems?

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NYC adopted a new energy code late in 2016. This course assumes that the attendees are somewhat familiar with the code as it has been in use for more than a year. There are differences in the two paths to compliance; the IECC Path and the ASHRAE 90.1 Path. By comparing and analyzing the differences you will learn how to choose the path that is right for your project.


  • Explore the differences between the two compliance paths in depth to gain confidence that the best path will be chosen for all your projects.

  • Learn where the exceptions to lighting power allowances and controls diverge and how to use them.

  • Understand how the codes vary on the daylight responsive control requirements.

  • Summarize the knowledge gained by seeing it applied to specific project types. 

Applying wireless technologies in smart buildings

Michael Lunn Presenter
Director of Product Marketing
Eaton Lighting Solutions

Michael has been with Eaton for over 20 years within the lighting control group.  Holding roles of increasing responsibility from phone and field technical support, system startups, to sales and product management and now Director of Product Marketing.  Michael has a passion for lighting and controls and how the installer and end user interact with them.  He is a knowledge expert on energy codes and provides energy code guidance on many Eaton projects.  He is a member of IES and is on the IES Progress Committee and Controls Protocol Committee.

Wednesday, March 14: 2:30 PM  - 3:30 PM 
Conference Session 


This course is an HSW certified course that will explore how we use wireless controls to reduce energy waste and how wireless controls can provide a stepping stone into the connected world of the Internet of Things.  We will look at the history that has brought lighting and controls to the point they are at today and discuss why wireless is now being seen as a leading solution for connected lighting applications.  We will cover the most commonly used wireless control technologies and the basics of how they work in order to understand proper application of cyber security and design.  We will look at triggers in our controls application that may require Information Technology (I.T.) personnel involvement as well as what information I.T. may need to assist with addressing access and security concerns.   Finally we will discuss the role that wireless connected lighting is playing in the Internet of Things with real world examples of how it is being used today to improve occupant safety and welfare.


• Participants will gain an understanding of how the quest to reduce energy waste has driven the evolution of lighting and control approaches towards a connected wireless platform.

• You will gain an understanding of the different types of wireless controls technologies and learn basic cyber security best practices to ensure that wireless operation is safe and securely installed

• Participants will gain an understanding of when and why it is necessary to involve Information Technology (I.T.) personnel to address building safety and security concerns.

• Examine industry trends, of how connected lighting is being used with the of the Internet of Things (IoT) and learn important criteria to assist in future-proofing system selection. 

Light for improving sleep and treating cancer fatigue and depression: a field study

William Redd Co-Presenter
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
New York , NY 

For more than 40 years, Redd has been a leader in psycho-oncology, beginning with his seminal work on conditioned aversions in chemotherapy patients. He is credited with introducing behavioral psychology and behavioral medicine to research and clinical practice in cancer supportive care. He received the 2010 Distinguished Research Mentor Award from the Society of Behavioral Medicine, the 2012 Distinguished Leadership Award from the American Psycho-Oncology Society, and recently the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Psycho-Oncology Society. For the last 4 decades, he has had NIH research support and a series of five NIH K-05 Research Scientist Awards. His current research examines: 1) the contribution of circadian rhythm disruption in cancer-related somatic and behavioral problems and 2) the role of systematic light exposure to ameliorate negative sequela of cancer and its treatment. His mission is to apply behavioral principles to understand and treat negative sequela of cancer and its treatment.

Sandra Stashik Co-Presenter
Specifications Sales Director
Acuity Brands Lighting
conyers , GA 

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