Events

The Detroit Section has an active calendar that includes various educational courses as well as multiple opportunities to network and socialize with industry peers. To keep abreast with our upcoming events follow the calendar below.

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Oct
10
Mon
2022 Street and Area Lighting Conference @ Hyatt Regency Dallas
Oct 10 – Oct 13 all-day


Location: Hyatt Regency Dallas
300 Reunion Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207

The IES Street and Area Lighting Conference is the only forum of its kind specific to the interests and challenges facing outdoor lighting professionals, with attendees gathering from across the globe to represent utilities, municipalities, DOTs, research firms, and more. This year, we are delighted to welcome Mark Lien as our keynote speaker.

The IES is excited to announce that registration is officially open for the 2022 IES Street and Area Lighting Conference, taking place in Dallas, Texas! As always, the Society’s priority is the health and safety of the lighting community, and we have enhanced our safety guidelines to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.

Visit our website for program updates, registration rates and travel details.

We can’t wait to reconnect with you, and look forward to providing a top-notch educational experience filled with training classes, seminars, networking sessions, and more dedicated to the improvement of outdoor lighting.

Oct
11
Tue
Webinar: How We Light Outdoor Spaces, The New Rules
Oct 11 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Presentation on ANSI/IES RP-8-21 and TM-15-20, exploring the new rules for lighting outdoor spaces, and how we got here.

About this event
Webinar participants are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

In creating ANSI/IES RP8-21, Recommended Practice for Design and Maintenance of Roadway and Parking Facility Lighting, the Illuminating Engineering Society, in chapter 17, changed the way we look at lighting in parking lots and parking garages. We are now able to conform with lower light levels if we have a better uniformity ratio. In this presentation we will explore this and some of the underlying studies that brought us to this point and the application of the standard.

We will also explore TM-15-20, Lighting Classification System, also know as BUG ratings. As part of this we will explain why the old cutoff rating system no longer exists for LED fixtures and absolute vs relative photometry, LM-79.

Rick GottliebPresenter: Rick Gottlieb
Rick Gottlieb has been involved with LED lighting since it’s infancy. He was on Lumileds LED specification advisory council in 2003. He is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University. He has been in the lighting and lighting controls industry for 25 years and has acted as vice president sales for two specification grade lighting manufacturers, regional sales manager for a lighting controls company and is now with Cooper Lighting Solutions serving as Director of Sales, Outdoor Products. Rick is a well-known expert on outdoor LED lighting. He is approved to issue CEU credits by The Florida Board of Professional Engineers and the AIA. He has been IES member for 12 years.