LED in the spotlight at Light + Building 201426 March 2014
Growth of LED lighting products prompts new exhibition hall at industry trade fair in Frankfurt.
Light + Building, the world’s biggest trade fair for lighting and building services technology, is once again set to be the international focal point for the sector. Over 2,300 exhibitors, including all national and international market leaders, will launch their new products onto the world market in Frankfurt am Main from 30 March to 4 April 2014.
The show is the world’s biggest platform for the lighting market, and boasts the participation of renowned companies such as Artemide, Bankamp, Bega, Brand van Egmont, Erco, Faustig, Flos, iGuzzini, Ingo Maurer, Nimbus, Osram, Philips, Schréder, Tobias Grau, Toshiba, Trilux and Zumtobel.
In view of the huge increase in demand for LED solutions on the exhibitor and visitor sides, an additional exhibition hall (6.2) will be opened for the LED and technical lighting segments and include prominent exhibitors such as Samsung, LG and Havells Sylvania.
The lighting market is currently dominated by the dynamic development of LED and OLED technologies. At the world’s biggest trade fair for the sector, manufacturers present their latest technical luminaires and lamps, as well as street and outdoor lighting for public areas. Additionally, visitors can see technical, design-oriented luminaires and decorative luminaires for homes and business premises in all styles and price categories. International venue for intelligent building-services technology
Numerous world-famous brands are also represented on the building services technology side of Light+Building 2014. The exhibitors launching their new products at the fair include ABB, Beckhoff, Gira, Hager, Jung, Mennekes, OBO Bettermann, Phoenix Contact, Rittal, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Stiebel Eltron and Wago.
The electrical engineering, house and building automation segment and software for the building industry play a key role in equipping and operating intelligent and networked buildings. Other product segments include electrical installation and networking technology, design-oriented electrical installations and building-system technology, photovoltaic, facility management and contracting. Also represented are suppliers of different bus technologies, such as BACnet, EnOcean, KNX and LON.
Covering an area of 240,000 square metres in 22 exhibition halls and one outdoor area, Light+Building will show the latest developments from the fields of lighting, electrical engineering, house and building automation and software for the building industry.