Relamping the Heartland
November 12-14, 2008, Merchandise Mart in Chicago
Relamping the Heartland (ArchLED ’08) was the first national conference and product demonstration event dedicated to the advancement of solid-state lighting and LEDs for the built environment.
The idea is this: to bring together solid-state lighting component and fixture manufacturers with architects, lighting designers/specifiers and host communities and utilities for a realistic dialog concerning the barriers preventing widespread adoption of this exciting technology.
There is so much to discuss! For the design community, there remains a wide knowledge gap and skepticism about the true benefits of the “new lighting paradigm.” Manufacturers and suppliers of solid-state and LED products are eager to educate and interact face-to-face with designers and specifiers while outlining the many design options and energy-related benefits offered compared to existing lighting options; at the same time utilities are advancing sound energy policy.
Date: November 12-14, 2008
Location: The Merchandise Mart, Chicago, IL
Program: A lineup of respected industry and thought-leading keynoters and panelists
Exhibitors and Product Demonstration Displays:
30-40 fixture and component manufacturers recognizing the importance of the design community.
Final Agenda | Attendee Brochure
ArchLED '08 Conference Presentations
Keynote: LEDs As Today's Quality and Efficient Light Source
Session: Tapping the Midwest Potential
Session: Municipal Outdoor Lighting Solutions
Session: Developing LED Programs