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Within the past 10 years we have seen technology change how we live, work, play, and learn. These advances in technology have enabled humans to be more efficient as well as socially and environmentally conscious and connected. Advances in LED technology, Internet of Things (IoT), increasingly stringent energy codes, and evolving building standards (LEED, WELL, etc.) have expanded lighting’s role in our daily lives.
This talk will highlight these changes and explain their impact on the built environment and human perception and how it will continue to influence in the future. The presentation will also delve into the effectiveness and appropriate applications of ultraviolet light, specifically UV-C, a non-visible wavelength of light (radiant energy) effective in killing bacteria and viruses including coronaviruses.
Jered Widmer, Principal of The Lighting Practice, has 20 years of experience in the lighting profession designing lighting solutions for academic, corporate, retail, historic, hospitality, healthcare environments and houses of worship.
Lillian Knoerzer, project manager, joined The Lighting Practice in 2013. She developed her eye for design while studying interior design at SUNY Buffalo State College. Her award-winning project work includes corporate interiors, government facilities, healthcare, higher education, laboratories, landscape, private residences,
healthcare, and retail environments.
As a presenter team, Jered and Lillian offer many years of creative lighting designs and applications of interest to all facility professionals.
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