Join us in The Heart of Rock N Roll as industry experts from around the country light up the stage with instrumental information about working in harmony with LED lighting.
Lighting is moving rapidly to LED sources in the retail industry. This change directly effects what consumers see and ultimately purchase. To ensure that retailers, manufacturers and suppliers are not left “in the dark”, AATCC has organized its second LED Conference to explore new ways to achieve value while limiting risk when switching to LED lighting. No matter what phase your company is in regarding transition to LED lighting, there is tremendous value in attending this conference.
Additional star acts include:
- Light… Color… Action… – Understanding Light and Color Basics – Eric Haugaard, CREE Inc.
- LEDs vs Conventional Sources, What are the Differences? – Naomi Miller, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- How Do I Choose?: Resources for Identifying Quality and Product Performance – Liesel Whitney-Schulte, DesignLights Consortium (DLC)
- Lasting Light – Sustainability for a Decade – Tom Boyle, Current, powered by GE
- Why do Standards Matter? – Update on International Color and Lighting Standards – Roland Connelly, RoLyn Group Color Consultants
- Controlling Color at the Speed of Light – Ann Laidlaw, ACL Color Consulting LLC
- The Impact of Light Source Spectrum on Product Appearance and Sales – Steve Paolini, Telelumen
- LED Hindsight-You Learned What? – Andrew Fraser, Consumer Testing Laboratories Inc.
- Thinking Outside the Lightbox with LED –Tim Williams, Color Solutions International; Kimmy Schenter, Nike; and Jensey Lund, Ketra
- What is a Lumen? – Educating the Public – Roland Connelly, RoLyn Group Color Consultants
- Flipping the LED Switch, An Implementation Plan for Retailers and their Supply Chain – Ken Butts, Datacolor
- Let’s Talk Numbers – Adoption Rate of LEDs’ in US and Worldwide – Mary Yamada, Navigant
- The Pocketable Shop Window: Displays and Online Product Presentation – Michael J. Murdoch, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Gauging Expectations – Is the Color True? – Kim Shaw, Tommy Hilfiger
- Virtual Light Booth: Visual Assessment Goes Digital – Marc Ellens, X-Rite
This year’s program is tailored to the individual needs of the brands and retailers. Networking opportunities and panel discussions will be included to ensure that all participants have an opportunity to be part of the action.
Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a pre-conference tour of GE’s Nela Park headquarters in East Cleveland on the afternoon of October 17 from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. The tour will include GE’s Museum of Lighting Innovation, LED product portfolio for retail as well as color demonstration and merchandise review.
The tour is limited to 50 attendees on a first-come, first- serve basis.
Advance sign-up is required.
|AATCC Individual & Corporate* Members||Nonmembers|
(October 3, 2017)
|*If your company is a corporate member of AATCC, you must download the registration form and register offline to receive the member price.|
|AATCC offers complimentary registration to student members, space permitting; attendance confirmed 10 days out from event (does not include food & beverage functions). Nonmember students may attend at a cost of US$125 (includes food & beverage functions). To register contact Kim Nicholson.|
|Refunds will be honored if cancellations are received on or before October 10, 2017. No refunds will be given after October 10. A US$75 cancellation fee will be charged.|
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Otherwise, you may complete the form, save it, and return it via email attachment to Kim Nicholson.
1111 Lakeside Ave E
Cleveland, OH 44114
Contact the hotel directly and request the AATCC group rate of US$139/night or make your reservations online. The group rate will be available until September 25, 2017, or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first. Once the room block is filled the group rate will NOT be honored.
Program updates will be posted to this site as available.