Managing Public Lighting - Foundation Series

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MANAGING PUBLIC LIGHTING - FOUNDATION SERIES

IPWEA has brought together a group of recognised industry leaders in this new series of spring webinars on managing public lighting. The webinars are designed as a programme that integrates a number of building blocks to equip those with responsibility for lighting in local governments, road authorities and utilities with the solid foundation that they need to successfully manage public lighting. Webinar participants are eligible for IPWEA CPD points. 

The first three webinars will run in August and September 2020 and, as outline below, cover;

  1. Procuring Smart LED Luminaires 
  2. Procuring Smart Street Lighting Controls
  3. Developing a Public Lighting Strategy & Lighting Design Approvals Process

Presenters will include industry leaders, practitioners and major industry suppliers.

This integrated series of webinars is based on updated and soon to be released model documents from the IPWEA’s Street Lighting and Smart Controls Program.

Webinar Details

Date & Time

Session 1: Procuring Smart LED Luminaires
Wednesday, 19 August 2020
1pm AEST (90 mins)

Session 2: Procuring Smart Street Lighting Controls
Wednesday, 26 August 2020
1pm AEST (90 mins)

Session 3: Developing a Public Lighting Strategy & Lighting Design Approvals Process 
Tuesday, 1 September 2020
1pm AEST (90 mins)

Price

Series: $500 + GST
Single session: $250 + GST

CPD Points

1.5 per webinar

 

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Live Webinar (90 minutes)

Procuring Smart LED Luminaires

This interactive webinar is based on the newly released Version 2 of the successful Model LED Public Lighting Specification. This updated specification, based on widespread industry consultation, incorporates substantive recent changes to AS/NZS 1158 and helps those wanting to procure smart LEDs able to accommodate smart controls and support other smart city activities.

  • Summary of substantive changes to AS/NZS 1158
  • Preparing a project description
  • Setting minimum lighting requirements and preparing a lighting design specification (with worked examples)
  • Setting minimum luminaire requirements
  • Ensuring luminaires are ready for smart controls and to support other smart city devices
  • Managing glare and other environmental concerns
  • Overcoming the pitfalls in tender assessment

Key Takeaways

  • Understanding of key changes to AS/NZS 1158 and their impact on procurement
  • Understanding of how to effectively procure smart LED luminaires

Presenters

  • Graham Mawer, Next Energy
  • Bryan King, SLP
  • Ian Killick, Light Source Solutions
  • Carl Hammond, Sylvania-Schréder
  • Jacek Lipiec, Signify

You can find out more about our speakers here


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Live Webinar (90 minutes)

Procuring Smart Street Lighting Controls

This interactive webinar is based on the soon to be released Version 2 of the successful Model Public Lightings Controls Specification. This updated specification incorporates recent changes to international standards and helps those wanting to procure smart controls as part of broader smart city activities.

  • Summary of international developments with smart controls
  • Benefits of smart lighting controls
  • Understanding the major components of a smart lighting controls system
  • Understanding the importance of scale to procurement
  • Preparing a project description
  • Setting minimum requirements and preparing a controls specification
  • Interoperability with other smart city initiatives
  • Evaluating different approaches in a tender assessment

Key Takeaways

  • A solid understanding of how to effectively procure smart street lighting controls
  • Understanding how scale changes your procurement approach

Presenters

  • Bryan King, SLP
  • Paul Gowans, Next Energy
  • Ian Killick, Light Source Solutions
  • Christian Mildner, SCS-Schréder
  • Jacek Lipiec, Signify
You can find out more about our speakers here


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Live Webinar (90 minutes)

Developing a Public Lighting Strategy & Lighting Design Approvals Process

This interactive webinar is based on the soon to be released Model Public Lighting Strategy. This foundational document, designed for ready adoption by lighting authorities, establishes basic minimum lighting requirements for all lighting assets and lays out a robust system to manage how new lighting designs are commissioned and approved.

  • Benefits of adopting a formal Public Lighting Strategy
  • Guidance on how to set minimum lighting requirements and equipment specifications
  • Establishing standard equipment requirements
  • Establishing a lighting design approvals process
  • Establishing a maintenance regime

Key Takeaways

  • Understanding of how to implement a basic public lighting strategy for your organisation
  • Understanding how to robustly manage new public lighting designs

Presenters

  • Graham Mawer, Next Energy
  • Paul Gowans, Next Energy
You can find out more about our speakers here

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A second webinar series will be announced later this year and will cover: 

  • Developing an advanced public lighting inventory, monitoring system and auditing approach;
  • Developing a business case for large-scale LED upgrades; and
  • Developing an obtrusive lighting strategy.
Stay tuned for dates to be announced for the Part 2 of this series.

Who should attend:

  • Public lighting managers & engineers
  • Environmental officers
  • Asset managers
  • Public works engineers
  • Procurement managers 
  • Smart city managers
  • Planners involved in setting DA requirements
  • Public lighting consultants
  • Anyone working with public lighting
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