Philips Lighting takes “Beyond Illumination” to Vancouver

Anthony Capkun
April 10, 2017
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Philips Lighting demonstrates how interactive, connected lighting solutions can help students focus in the classroom, and reduce recovery times in hospitals. Courtesy Philips Lighting Canada.
Philips Lighting demonstrates how interactive, connected lighting solutions can help students focus in the classroom, and reduce recovery times in hospitals. Courtesy Philips Lighting Canada.
April 10, 2017 - At the recent Philips Lighting “Beyond Illumination” event in Vancouver, guests were able to experience the latest in lighting via interactive displays that showcased the company’s offerings for retail, hospitality, city and office applications.

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“Philips understands light like no other company,” boasted Michael Gentile, president & CEO, Philips Lighting Canada, “and Beyond Illumination is a great way for us to showcase the latest Philips Lighting products, systems and services.”

The majority of attendees—which included architects, engineers, designers, specifiers, distributors and lighting industry professionals—attended afternoon seminars to earn Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits. Courses included the Art & Science of ColorKinetics, Office Lighting for the 21st Century, and Environmental Lighting for Exteriors.

PHOTO: Philips Lighting demonstrates how interactive, connected lighting solutions can help students focus in the classroom, and reduce recovery times in hospitals. Courtesy Philips Lighting Canada.

— With files from Philips Lighting

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