The 19thedition of LED Expo 2018 New Delhi will support the need for smart and energy efficient homes of millennials. Located at Greater Noida, the show will host over 300 companies focussing largely on IoT infused lights that will not only help cut down the living cost but also provide convenience.
Millennials in India are perpetually looking for secure and easy to integrate solutions. They are extremely tech savvy and understand the need for a functional home that gives them control over the level of customisation, energy efficiency and safety. Lighting is an essential part for any infrastructural project and the demand for smart homes calls for demand in smart lights. Understanding this emerging trend for better infrastructure, LED Expo 2018 New Delhi will bring in high-tech lighting solutions and gears from countries like India, China,Finland, Japan, Hong Kong, Italy, Korea, Turkey and Taiwan. From 6 – 8 December 2018, the leading show for LED lighting and technology will showcase an extensive array of smart lighting solutions from over 300 companies.
LED lights are no longer at a nascent stage. The usage of energy efficient lights has turned out to be an unceasing growth processand the term LED lights are expected to become common in cities and towns very soon. With the help of initiatives taken by the government and awareness among the millennial generation, LED lights have reached a level above and entered the smart LED revolution. The millennial generation is now looking for lighting technologies that offer them savings, sustainability (eco-friendly), uncomplicated and affordable solutions.
The 19th edition of LED Expo 2018 will host companies like Juki India Pvt Ltd. Key Operations & Electrocomponents Pvt Ltd, Lumisense Optoelectronics Pvt Ltd, MLTC Energy India Pvt Ltd, Power Integrations India Pvt Ltd, Rabyte Electronics, S R Electro, Semiconic Devices Pvt Ltd, Semitech Opto Solutions Pvt Ltd, Swingtel Communications Pvt Ltd, Tektronics, V-Tac India, Led Fixtures India, Power Palazzo Private Limited, Fulham India and Ltech (Intelligent Lighting Controls) who will showcase lights and gears helpingarchitects and interior designers, lighting engineers, designers professionals, construction and real estate companies, building contractors and various government bodies working on lighting projects to update themselves with the latest technologies entering the market.
A similar trend is emerging in the commercial sector as well. Businesses these days are using smart and customisation friendly lights that help not only improve the look of their offices but also help improve employee efficiency and performance. The government of India and associations like ELCOMA and EESL have also taken effective initiatives in changing the lighting trends of the country.
To learn more about the future plans and schemes charted out to build a smart and energy efficient country, the LED Summit will talk about the theme, ‘Creating Solutions for Future Smart Lighting’, where eminent members from various associations and lighting companies will gather. The three-dayshow will be a perfect mix of knowledge oriented insights, serious business discussion and a gamut of beautifully crafted and at the same time smart lights.
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