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27/09/2017 09:00 AM27/09/2017 06:00 PMEurope/LondonConnected Lighting in Retail Conference 2017Cavendish Convention CenterDD/MM/YYYY
27 September 2017 | Cavendish Conference Centre | London
Exclusive presentations by keynote speakers, interactive sessions, live interviews and a networking drinks reception.
Wednesday 27 September 2017
Welcome from the chairman
Session 1: THE OPPORTUNITY
Bricks and clicks: The ongoing challenge
Speaker(s): John Ryan of Retail Week
The challenge for high street retailers from an omni-channel shopping landscape is leading to stores with the emphasis on brand reinforcement and positioning as well as customer engagement and experience.
Lighting: the digital pathway to retail success
Speaker(s): David Mudd of BSI
Lighting can form the perfect network for delivering 21st century services to retailers. Embedding sensors and beacons in luminaires can enable responsive, energy saving illumination which can generate valuable data. However, it is essential to get the risk and reward balance right.
Session 2: THE TECHNOLOGY
Speaker(s): Andy Hobsbawm of EVRYTHNG
Andy Hobsbawm, co-founder of cutting-edge global IoT and software company EVRYTHNG explores how IoT-enabled lighting installations can enable inventory tracking, shrinkage management and merchandise security.
Coffee, exhibition and networking
Indoor positioning is a big piece of the puzzle
Speaker(s): John Kavulich of Acuity Brands Lighting
Indoor positioning has been described as “GPS for interiors”, with exciting applications including wayfinding, product location and point-of-purchase promotions. But, what is ultimately required to create value from an indoor blue dot? In this session, John Kavulich will explain how lighting-centric tech is making an impact in some of the world’s
Session 3: THE APPLICATIONS
IOT Sensory Systems: Tales from the Front Line
Speaker(s): Jamie Cameron of Enlighted
Enlighted’s Jamie Cameron will discuss how connected lighting is creating a multitude of new opportunities in retail to improve business processes and generate actionable data. He’ll show how the technology is currently being deployed
Lunch, exhibition and networking
The sensor revolution
Speaker(s): Jon Couch of Gooee
Modern sensors are tiny – you could fit a dozen on a fingernail. They’re also low cost, meaning experts are predicting a revolution which will see the creation of what’s being called an electronic nervous system in our buildings. In this session, we’ll walk through the key sensors that will be embedded in luminaires.
Space utilisation and estate management
Speaker(s): Martin Hartmann of Zumtobel Group
Many experts believe that space utilisation will be one of the killer apps for connected lighting. If retailers can gain useful insights into how their stores are being used, it can help inform store layout and sizing and reduce costs.
Session 4: THE REAL WORLD
Lessons from the real world; Making location services work
Speaker(s): Gerben van der Lugt of Philips
Lighting offers a great infrastructure to deliver indoor location services such as wayfinding, proximity marketing and asset tracking. Gerben van der Lugt from Philips Lighting will share lessons from indoor location deployments with Carrefour, aswaaq, Edeka, MediaMarkt and Capitaland and will explain why he believes partnerships matter.
Coffee, exhibition and networking
Case study: Fashion
Speaker(s): Benjamin Brudnjak of Osram
Bollag-Guggenheim Fashion Group AG rolled out a holistic customer loyalty program including location-based marketing and the connection to CRM and POS systems. Benjamin will take a look at the challenges in the process and the impact on customer experience.
Case study: BMW
Speaker(s): Gary Bennett of Aurora
This German car manufacturer is using connected lighting to personalise the experience of motorists at its flagship showroom. We look at the features and the technology behind it.
Panel Discussion: How to make connected lighting happen
Speaker(s): Andy Davies of Harvard Technology, Eamonn Hughes of Enlighted, Garry Bennett of Aurora, Pavlina Akritas of Arup
Chairman: Gordon Routledge of Lux.
Our expert panel of retailers, manufacturers and designers look at the challenges facing the implementation of connected lighting as the platform for digital services and how they might be overcome.
Networking drinks reception
Delegates, sponsors and the team from Lux will discuss the day’s deliberations and network over drinks in this special debriefing party.