Event Post Show Report | Event News | May 09, 2017

The 4th Annual LightingTech Qatar Successfully Launched

Advanced Conferences & Meetings (ACM) proudly launched the 4th Annual LightingTech Qatar on Monday at City Centre Rotana Doha, Qatar. This event has established itself as the Qatari lighting industry meeting place for key government officials and regulators, lighting industry experts, and construction professionals.

The conference started with the opening remarks of the chairman Melina Davies from Parsons Brinckerhoff followed by many exciting presentations among which we can mention: “Lusail city, the smart and sustainable exemplar for Middle Eastern cities” by Abdulrahman Al-Ishaq from Lusail City, “Lighting projects – aiming for a great end result! What could go wrong?” by Regina Santos from Godwin Austen Johnson, “Integrating your information infrastructure to your street lighting infrastructure” by Thomas Baenziger from EE-Consulting AG, “Key trends in road & tunnel LED lighting” by Jerome Adam from Schréder Middle East and many more…

The conference provided as well an informative panel discussions “Is Lusail Smart City just a name or are we achieving measurable results?”, monitored by Martin Valentine from Abu Dhabi Municipality.

The first day of the 4th Annual LightingTech Qatar conference created the perfect platform for the attendees to build relations, exchange ideas and seize business opportunities throughout the ACMi+ interface that allowed for many networking breaks which created a dynamic, efficient and relevant learning environment.

The response to this event was hugely positive as delegates and sponsors enjoyed a stellar line-up of speakers as well as the opportunity to network with the industry’s key decision makers.

“Attend this conference and you will always learn something new” – Civil Engineer, Ministry of Municipality

“This is a great platform to exchange information, experiences and learnings of new and existing product development” – Senior Lighting Engineer, KEO International Consultants

This conference has brought people of all abilities and experience together” – Consultant, Alliances for Global Sustainability

“Useful and timely conference to keep yourself up to date with the industry technologies and trends” – Electrical Engineer, Meinhardt Group

The 4th Annual LightingTech Qatar was held with the participation of Polaris, Schréder Middle East, Mitaş Poles, AMA Technology, Maghdeem, Nikkon, CU Phosco, EE Consulting AG, Telensa.

Day two (May 9, 2017) of the conference will host speakers from LiveLab-Eindhoven City Council, Netherlands, Hamad Medical Corporation, Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’, MEP & Lighting Solutions, Ministry of Endowments & Islamic Affairs, Abu Dhabi Municipality, Virginia commonwealth university and will feature different case studies and a panel discussion.

For more information, please visit: www.lightingtechqatar.com or contact Celine Yazbeck at celine.yazbeck@acm-events.com 

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