LED CONTROLS THAT SAVE
Tuesday, March 27, 2018, 12 p.m.
at Associated Lighting Representatives, Inc. (ALR)
Lunch Will Be Served
Presented by Greg Subisak, P.E., L.C., IES Fellow
REGISTRATION FEE: $15 members / $20 non-members
In the past, control for street lighting has been minimal. The control features of LED lighting has opened the door for new possibilities. This session will cover the different levels of control that are currently available to save energy. Some of the things we will discuss are: adaptive lighting for streets and parking lots, the importance of vertical illumination, part night dimming photocells, wireless mesh networks, occupancy controlled lighting, and future prospects for smart street lighting.
GREG SUBISAK, P.E., L.C., IES Fellow
Training Director & Program Manager, Acuity Brands Lighting, Inc.
Greg has been with Holophane 28 years. In that time he has been Manager of Application Engineering, Manager of Optical Design and Testing, Engineering Manager in the Innovation Group and is currently Director of Lighting Education. He has been awarded 17 patents. Greg has two Masters degrees, one from Penn State in Architectural Engineering and one from Ohio University in Business Administration. He has served actively in the IESNA since 1975 in various Columbus Section and national capacities. He has chaired several IES Committees including the IES Merchandise Lighting, IES Conference Papers, Office Lighting and Computer Committees. Greg has lectured at the University of Wisconsin, Ohio State, Ohio University and at local, regional and national IESNA conferences including Lightfair.