Deadline Approaching for DALI Lighting Awards Entries

November 23, 2022

The DALI Alliance, the global industry organization for DALI lighting control, announces the call for entries for the DALI Lighting Awards 2022.

With a closing date of December 2, 2022, the DALI Lighting Awards 2022 will highlight and recognize the best use of DALI control applications and solutions in lighting projects across the world.

Categories

The DALI Lighting Awards 2022 will accept entries for all projects linked with DALI technology in the following categories:

  • Architectural & Entertainment
  • Healthcare & Education
  • Industrial
  • Infrastructure
  • Outdoor
  • Residential
  • Retail & Hospitality
  • Workspaces

“The DALI Lighting Awards 2021 attracted a wealth of excellent DALI-based projects from around the world, with a diverse range of applications,” said Paul Drosihn, DALI Alliance General Manager. “As DALI continues to evolve and add new features, we anticipate an even broader range of projects for this year’s Awards.” Winners of the DALI Lighting Awards 2021 can be viewed HERE.

The awards aim to promote the benefits and features of DALI, the internationally standardized protocol for digital communication between lighting-control devices.

Entry Requirements

There is no entry fee for the Awards, and submissions are welcomed from all geographical regions. Entrants can nominate multiple projects, one per category, on an individual basis or as part of a team.

Entries can be submitted from any section of the supply chain (including lighting designers, electrical consultants, architects, installers and commissioning engineers among others). Please see our website (www.dali-alliance.org/awards2022) for detailed entry criteria and a list of the information required.

Judges

Our international judging panel includes lighting designers, editors from lighting trade magazines, and representatives from lighting organizations in the USA, Europe and China.

To submit a project, entrants are invited to complete the online entry form on the DALI Alliance website (www.dali-alliance.org/awards2022).

Entries for the Awards are open until December 2, 2022. The winners will be announced in February next year and will receive publicity on the DALI Alliance website and other channels.

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