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Light after Dark – Railway Lighting & Security Innovations and Solutions
1st February 2017 @ 2:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Light after Dark 2017 – a rail lighting & security event with a difference.
When: 1 February 2017
Where: Quinton Rail Technology Centre, Long Marston, CV37 8RP
Time: 1430hrs to 1930hrs
Who will be exhibiting: Temporary lighting solution providers to fixed columns and lanterns, flood lighting, exterior platform/station lighting, interior station lighting, specialist services and innovations, and CCTV services.
|1. 8point8 Vanguard.
2. ALC Rail
3. Axis Communications
4. Battery Service Hub
5. Black Diamond Security
6. British Transport Police
7. Cyalume Technologies SAS.
8. Designplan Lighting Ltd
9. DW Windsor
10. ELFA Elementenfabriek Ltd
11. Holophane Europe Ltd.
12. Illumin8 Lights Ltd
13. INDO Lighting.
14. IVIC Ltd.
15. Jobson James Rail
16. Lighting Industry Association (LIA)
17. Linear Guidance Illumination
19. NAL Ltd.
|20. Nmac Lighting Ltd
21. Optical Coating Technologies
22. Optosafe Ltd
23. Peli Products (UK)
24. Power Saving Solutions
25. Rail Alliance
27. SAPA Pole Products
28. Selectequip Ltd
29. Society of Light & Lighting (SLL)
30. Specialised Tools & Equipment
31. Taylor Construction Plant Ltd
32. Thorlux Lighting.
33. TraX Engineering Ltd
34. Trough-Tec Systems Ltd.
35. Urbis Schréder Ltd.
36. Wacker-Neuson Ltd.
37. Welfare Hire Nationwide
38. Woodway Engineering Ltd
Who will be attending: (free ticket includes complimentary food and refreshments): a specialist event for anyone responsible for railway lighting or/and security decisions who wants to see a range of high quality suppliers in one place with the added bonus of being able to assess product performance and services being demonstrated in the dark on rail infrastructure. Just some of the company names registered to attend Light after Dark 2017:
ABC Electrification, Amey, Arboriculture & Forestry Support Services, British Transport Police, Carillion OHL Rail Projects, Ground Control, Holemasters Demtech Limited, Hydram Engineering Ltd, IP Signalling, ISS Labour, Integrated Sky Ltd, Komplete, London Underground, LU Emergency Response, Marlec Renewable Power, National Railway Museum, Network Rail, Railway Electrical Services, Rail Tube, Transport for London (TFL), Safeaid, Stayrite, Speedy Hire, Track Engineering, Telematics Wireless Ltd, TSP, Torrent Trackside, Unipart Rail, Welsh Government
Exhibiting companies will be showcasing everything from temporary lighting solutions to fixed columns and lanterns, flood lighting, exterior platform/station lighting, interior station lighting, specialist services and innovations, and CCTV services.
Event Format & Timings:
1430: Event opens to visitors
1455: Welcome from the Rail Alliance
1500: Lighting Industry Association (LIA), Stewart Price, General Manager, Lumicom – Title: Introduction to LIA over view and recycling in the lighting industry.
1505: Society of Light & Lighting (SLL), Bob Bohannon, MSc. Vice President of the Society of Lighting and Lighting and Founding Partner of Lux Populi UK Ltd. – Title: Lighting for People, Architecture, the Planet and the 30 year time horizon – The design of good station lighting has become more complex over the last ten plus years, our major stations are Cathedrals of Transport containing shopping centres and rivalling airport terminals, our minor stations are transport hubs requiring a welcoming safe environment. The TOC has legitimate objectives in energy and maintenance cost reduction whilst electrification adds additional constraints on where we can put the fittings. Add to this development of LED has given rise to a huge retrofit market replacing established lamp technologies and an attendant rise in new companies to supply them. So who to trust and which Metrics to use? When your old scheme lasted 20 to 30 years, how do you judge your replacement scheme when it was sold on the time horizon of its 3 year pay back or 5 year warranty? Bob explains how the members and publications of the Society of Light and Lighting, the lighting arm of CIBSE provide the advice to ensure you achieve a best practice lighting scheme.
1515: Axis Communications, Lucas Young, Business Development Manager, Title: Securing rail infrastructure
1535: Raytec, Corinne Vaughan
1555: British Transport Police, Mark Stokes, Crime Reduction Service Delivery Supervisor – C & D Divisions, Title: Using Light to Prevent Opportunities for Crime and Suicide
1615: DW Windsor, Nick Coad, Consultant, Insetting Ltd. Presenting on behalf of DW Windsor – Title: Why the rail industry needs to invest in smart LED lighting – New rail franchises are currently investing heavily in LED. Wireless control systems with Internet of (IoT) connectivity are widely adopted in in street lighting and if installed at train stations and other facilities would deliver further efficiency improvements and support innovation by providing a platform for other applications and sensors).
1630: Aluminium Lighting Company, Colin Palacio, Title: Echalon Hinge Case Study: Rhiwbina Station – looking at the challenges of a limited safe working area on the platform at Rhiwbina station and how ALC provided a solution).
1645: Presentations close
16:45: Food Served (one voucher per person). Tea & coffee available throughout the duration of the event.
17:00: Outdoor demonstrations announced: ALC, A-Plant, Axis Communications, Black Diamond Security Cyalume Technologies, DW Windsor, Illumin8 Lights, IVIC Ltd, NAL Ltd, Nmac Lighting, Optical Coating Technologies, Peli Products, Power Saving Solutions, Raytec, Specialised Tools & Equipment, TraX Engineering, Trough-Tec Systems, Wacker Neuson Ltd, Welfare Hire Nationwide, Woodway Engineering
19:30: Event closes
To register for a free ticket to visit Light after Dark – please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/light-after-dark-2017-tickets-29374943246
Some highlights from last year’s event:
Exhibitor Booking for Light after Dark has now CLOSED.