2024 Maritime Regional Conference

June 6 – 9, 2024

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Possible Technical sessions

  • How Astronomy and Good Lighting Practices Can Co-Exist A presentation including topics such as light pollution, dark sky and artificial
    lightings effect on astronomy and life on earth… and beyond!
  • 3-D Printing | Matt Hartley, Principal at Matt Hartley Lighting LLC.
  • Additive manufacturing, better known as 3-D printing, is gaining ground and fueling interest as lighting companies see lower cost solutions
    for creating custom products.
  • Adaptive Lighting Controls and Energy Efficiency Standards A discussion on lighting controls inside and outside buildings and the effect
    of new efficient standards (NECB 2020, ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-2022).
  • Intelligent Emergency Lighting Enhances the Smart Building Intelligent LED components and connectivity strategies for emergency
    lighting and how to engineer a safer generation of smart buildings.
  • Light and Health The SSL industry is at a crossroads of technology and therapy, and successful application requires a holistic knowledge of
    health and legal implications as well as determination to achieve full commercial acceptance.
  • Lighting Solutions for Increased Food Production The continually-growing world populations, the global trend to urbanization, climate
    change and pressure on natural resources are key drivers for policies on global food security.
  • Cybersecurity Challenges for the Lighting Industry What specific cybersecurity measures are built into a lighting system, and how they’re
    implemented, define how secure a given networked lighting control system is.
  • The Effects of RGB Lighting on Taste When we think of the effects of light, we usually think of the influence it has on our visual senses,
    mode, or our skin. But it turns out, light also has the ability to change our perceptions when it comes to taste.
  • BIM and the Lighting Industry How has Building Information Modeling impacted the design and construction process and lighting industry?
  • Interactive Lighting Application Design An interactive team-building exercise to develop a lighting design based on Client requirements, Architectural and Mechanical Constraints that meets applicable Codes and Standards. Designs will be reviewed and judged by your peers.
  • Augmented Reality and Metaverse Implications For Lighting and Architecture
  • Architecture in Art.
  • An accessible look at the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification.
  • Case Study on the Affects of Circadian Colour Tuning on Well-Being and Mental Health.
  • Lighting from an Art Gallery Perspective.
  • Lighting in the Theatre.
  • Music + Light Learning about light through music videos.
  • Energy Escape Room.
  • Artificial Intelligence – ChatGPT.
  • Local Manufacturing – Experience and Opportunity in NB.
  • What Matters about Matter Smart Home Standard?
  • Designing With a Budget.
  • Liability of Value Engineering.

Presented by:

IES Fredericton Section

Conference Program

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Crowne Plaza Fredericton – Lord Beaverbrook

Special room rates are available under the group name:

Illuminating Engineering Society

Contact the Crowne Plaza at (506) 455-3371 to book your stay