Autumn Lighting Fair Spotlights Smart Tech

Autumn Lighting Fair Spotlights Smart Tech

The 19th Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Autumn Edition) will welcome a record number of around 2,670 exhibitors from 38 countries and regions, with exhibitors from Denmark and South Africa taking part for the first time. Themed zones will be set up to facilitate sourcing. The Hall of Aurora will welcome more than 600 global brands, including BJB, PHILIPS, LEDUS and MEGAMAN and more.

The LED & Green Lighting zone will feature over 1,000 exhibitors offering a range of energy-efficient LED lighting and energy-saving solutions.The Smart Lighting & Solutions zone will gather fashionable lighting design, software, management systems and smart lighting solutions.

Seminars will be organised during the fair period to analyse market and product trends. Industry leaders, such as representatives of Sengled, Tencent, MEGAMAN and Philips, and leading academia from the University of Sydney,  have been invited to share their insight on various hot topics  for the industry, including “Putting People First: The Revolution of Human Centric Lighting”, “The Latest Standards and Requirements for the Global LED Industry”, “Smart Lighting Outlook 2018: Global Opportunities and Challenges Ahead” and “Beyond Illumination: Internet of ‘Lights’ and its Applications.”

Outdoor and Tech Light Expo launches “Lighting Solutions and Systems” zone. The second Hong Kong International

Outdoor and Tech Light Expo will gather about 410 exhibitors from Hong Kong, the mainland, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan to showcase outdoor as well as industrial lighting products and systems for construction sites, factories, advertisements, stadiums and studios. The fair will feature group pavilions including Henglan Town, Zhongshan LED Lighting Industry Association, Guangdong Lighting Association and Gaoyou Lighting Association of Jiangsu. To cater to the demand for energy-efficient and low-cost products, a new Lighting Solutions and Systems zone will be launched to showcase the latest lighting technologies. Other thematic zones, including Outdoor LightingProfessional and Industrial Lighting and Advertising Lighting, will also be available to facilitate effective sourcing.

On 26 October, Simon McCartney, the lighting designer for A Symphony of Lights, the lights on HSBC’s main building marking the bank’s 150th anniversary, City of Dreams in Macau and other landmarks, will join a representative from German lighting solutions supplier Zumtobel Group and the Editor-in-chief of German lighting magazine Highlight Markus Helle at a seminar on future developments, challenges and opportunities for outdoor lighting. Another seminar, jointly organised with the Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification, will discuss testing and certification services for lighting products in Hong Kong.

The Outdoor and Tech Light Expo will be held concurrently (26-29 October) with Eco Expo Asia at AsiaWorld-Expo, and the Autumn Lighting Fair will be held at the HKCEC. The parallel fairs will create strong synergy and more business opportunities. A free shuttle bus service between the HKCEC and AsiaWorld-Expo will be provided during the fair period for buyers to maximise these cross-sector sourcing opportunities. 


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