Inline Energy Expo Huntsville
Inline Electric's Energy Efficiency Expo is an opportunity for architects, contractors, property managers, and others to stay informed about the newest energy efficient products and strategies.
Each expo includes dozens of vendors, with their newest energy saving products on display, and important classes in which you can earn CEU credits. We hope you'll come join us!
2019 Energy Expo Speakers:
Michelle Sipe Exaros
Lutron Electronics Co.
Michelle Sipe Exaros is the National Sales Manager for Government sales at Lutron Electronics. She holds a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and joined Lutron in 2008. Starting her career in the Services Department, she worked with end user clients on providing post-occupancy service support through service contracts, software maintenance agreements, and customized training programs.
Since 2014 she has been working with Government clients to assist with lighting control design and energy-saving recommendations to meet the latest federal agency design requirements, as well as assist with control system cybersecurity remediation. She actively calls on all levels of the federal government with a focus on Dept of Defense, GSA, Dept of State, VA, and the FAA.
The User Experience of Smart Lighting Control
Credit: AIA #UES100
Smart lighting control systems are often associated with data analytics, human centric lighting, code compliance and responsible energy use, but ultimately it is the user experience that defines the success of a lighting installation. When user experience is thoroughly evaluated and included as part
of a proper systems set up, lighting can improve satisfaction and engagement, promote desirable work behaviors, and achieve the intent of smart lighting technology.
FIES, LC, Phillips Lighting
Dan Blitzer is Principal of The Practical Lighting Workshop, a consultancy in lighting marketing and education, and Faculty at the Philips Lighting Application Center. As educator, speaker, writer, and marketer, he brings over 35 years of experience to issues of lighting technology and application, energy effectiveness and sustainability.
Dan is Lighting Certified and currently serves on the Steering Committee of the U.S. Department of Energy's Next Generation Lighting Systems design competition. He is a board member and past president of the Designer’s Lighting Forum of New York, a continuing educator for the American Lighting Association, a director and Treasurer of The Nuckolls Fund for Lighting Education, and a Fellow of the Illuminating Engineering Society.
Dan holds a BA in Economics from Columbia University and resides in New York City.
The "C" Change in Outdoor Lighting:
Comfort, Control, and Community
Credit: AIA #Signify 05 1 LU/HSW
This one-hour seminar looks at important changes in the application of LED technology to outdoor lighting. We will consider how new optics can enhance the comfort of pedestrians, how new controls are addressing code requirements and energy conservation, and how lighting and product design can influence community safety and environmental quality.
*This presentation is sponsored by Signify.
Hubbell Lighting Inc.
Summer began her lighting career 16 years ago as an Operations Manager with a local lighting distributor and has continued her career in lighting in various roles throughout the industry. During her time in electrical distribution, she was responsible for lighting design, lighting retrofit, and new construction projects.
In 2016, Summer transitioned from the distributor business to Hubbell Lighting as a Lighting Training Specialist, where she was responsible for the training of architects, engineers, specifiers, lighting designers, contractors, and distributors in Hubbell Lighting’s Lighting Solutions Center. Most recently, she accepted the role of Regional Specification Sales Manager for the Southeast region of the country and continues to work with architects, engineers, and specifiers on lighting and controls projects. She currently resides in Simpsonville, South Carolina.
Color Metrics and TM-30
Credit: AIA# ACES02
CRI has been found to have a few shortcomings when discovering the true color rendering and appearance of objects in the space, thus the need for a new, more specific metric, known as TM-30. We will discuss the differences in both CRI and TM-30, how to apply them effectively in your color sensitive projects, and when they should be considered most. The objective of this course is to solidify the understanding of color saturation and fidelity and explore ways to implement this knowledge
If you have any questions about next year's expo, please feel free to contact us! Registration questions: Nikki Franklin or Aaron Hutchens at (866) 942-2600
Energy Efficiency Expo questions: Randy Blackwood at (256) 990-0048