LightingTech Qatar 2014
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LightingTech Qatar 2014 is a specialized lighting conference, hosted at the 11th edition of Project Qatar exhibition, taking place on 12-13 May, at QNCC, Doha, Qatar.
Download this app and take part in LightingTech Qatar 2014 to hear from industry experts about the most innovative projects and solutions from across the region and the international market and to discover the latest government regulations, industry standards and product certifications that help address the specific needs and requirements of the lighting industry in Qatar.
LightingTech Qatar 2014 will bring together an audience of architects, designers, specifiers, construction professionals, project owners, as well as government officials and regulators in Qatar.
This event is brought to you as Qatar gears up for FIFA 2022’s extensive infrastructure requirements whilst working towards achieving ambitious nation-wide sustainability standards in line with Qatar National Vision 2030.
The conference is designed to address the lighting industry needs specific to the Qatari market, in view of the current and upcoming construction projects and sustainability goals within Qatar, to meet the challenges and opportunities of Qatar’s rapidly developing lighting industry. Lighting for roads, highways, expressways, stadiums and airports will be tackled in the form of high-profile case studies tailored to the exact needs of the Qatari market. Industry leaders will also unveil innovative and award-winning projects in the region and discuss the lessons learned.
Benefits of attending LightingTech Qatar 2014:
Meet government officials and industry experts
Meet project owners in Qatar
Update your knowledge on the latest LED and lighting products, technologies, solutions and lighting design methods
Hear from industry experts about sourcing certified lighting products and what specifications to look for
Learn about cost-efficient techniques to best turn your existing lighting design into an energy-efficient system
Discover new design techniques used to address climate-related challenges in lighting major transportation projects