The Synergy of Light in Life at Lightfair International 2019

October 3, 2018

The 30th annual staging of Lightfair International in Philadelphia next May will reveal the synergy of light in life with the newest solutions in lighting, connectivity, design and integration presented in a trade show and conference driven by innovation. 

Lightfair’s 2019 return to the Pennsylvania Convention Center May 19-23 (Pre-Conference Lightfair Institute: May 19-20; Trade Show & Conference: May 21-23) marks its third Philadelphia staging since 2011, with more than 500 exhibitors and 40 product categories filling the centre’s six exhibit halls.

The world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference will register thousands of attendees to explore the innovations and technologies that are setting the stage for the future. The 2019 trade show floor — highlighted by the forward-looking IoT and Intelligent Lighting Pavilions — will be its largest yet, and the accompanying conference program will feature dominant thought leaders from many sectors that will inform and inspire attendees with leading-edge knowledge. (Shown in photo: the Intelligent Lighting Pavilion at Lightfair 2017.)

The global lighting, technology and design community will have the opportunity to connect with industry professionals from across the globe.

Find out more: https://www.lightfair.com.

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