Light + Building 2024 on course for success: around 2,000 exhibitors already registered
Lighting and building-services technology will once again be presenting themselves in close cooperation at Light + Building in Frankfurt am Main from 3 to 8 March 2024. Experts for high-quality lighting will show how elegant design can be combined with intelligent technology. At the same time, manufacturers of innovative building-services technology will present their solutions for sustainability and energy management, safety and comfort in the built environment world. The indications for the international industry highlight are already set for success after the deadline for the early-booking discount.
Light + Building 2024: Be electrified
For the building sector, the target is set by the EU climate protection package by 2050: it is climate neutrality. The milestones on the way there include the expansion of renewable energies, the increase in efficient energy use and the expansion of electromobility. The basis for this is the electrification and digitalisation of houses and buildings. The necessary technical solutions will be on show at Light + Building from 3 to 8 March 2024 in Frankfurt am Main. Exhibitor registration is now open.
Light + Building Autumn Edition 2022: Business is made between people
Electrification and digitalisation offer enormous potential for saving around 40 percent of energy in the building sector. Solutions were presented by the 1,531 exhibitors from 46 countries at the Light + Building Autumn Edition in Frankfurt am Main. The special edition came at just the right time to present solutions for the current challenges. The world's leading trade fair for lighting and building services technology has proven its relevance as an international meeting place for the sector.
Light + Building Autumn Edition: More than 1,500 exhibitors show solutions for sustainable lighting and building services technology
Limited energy, its origin and ambitious climate targets - buildings are a key element on the way to more efficiency and fewer emissions. Intelligent lighting and building services technology plays a decisive role in achieving the aims and is in demand as never before. Sustainable lighting solutions, innovations in electrical engineering, home and building automation as well as connected security technology are presented by more than 1,500 exhibitors from 46 countries at Light + Building Autumn Edition.
Powerful final sprint: over 1,500 exhibitors underscore the highly positive response from the sector to Light + Building
Increasing registration numbers underscore the highly positive response to Light + Building Autumn Edition from exhibitors during the final weeks before the doors open. From 2 to 6 October, over 1,500 exhibitors from 46 countries will take advantage of the leading international trade fair to present their innovations live to a broad audience of specialist visitors. They include numerous market leaders who will be showing the latest products for the worlds of lighting, electrical engineering, house and building automation and connected safety and security technology. Thus, following the long hiatus due to the corona pandemic, this special edition of Light + Building is set to offer a comprehensive overview of trends in the sector, new products and innovative solutions.
Smart City: More safety through connected lighting technology
Innovative lighting concepts can make a decisive contribution to safety in both urban and rural areas. After all, illuminated streets and squares ensure that pedestrians or cyclists have good visibility and - just as important - are seen by others. Of course, road traffic also requires illumination that is adapted to the local situation and the respective traffic volume in order to enable drivers to arrive safely after dark.
On the cutting edge with the Highlights of the Light + Building Autumn Edition
The top themes at Light + Building describe the focus for the industries: "Green Deal & Sustainability", "Electrification & Digitalisation" and "Light & Design". Independent, climate-friendly energy supply in buildings is just as much a part of this as forward-looking lighting design. The wide range of topics is reflected in the extensive supporting programme of the Light + Building Autumn Edition from 2 to 6 October 2022 in Frankfurt am Main.
Light + Building Autumn Edition: Highlights from the Intersec Forum conference programme
Whether access restrictions, video surveillance, fire protection or data protection, the demands on integrated security technology are increasing in the building of the future. That's why connectivity + security is one of the top themes at Light + Building Autumn Edition from 2 to 6 October 2022. While in the Intersec Building section, exhibitors will present innovations for home and building security, the Intersec Forum from 3 to 6 October 2022 will provide specialist knowledge and an exchange among experts.
Design Plus Award powered by Light + Building: winners impress with sustainability and flexibility
Times of change are drivers for creative ideas and innovative solutions. The winners of the Design Plus Award powered by Light + Building stood out in the competition for their sustainability, flexibility and high-quality design. The award ceremony will take place on the first day of Light + Building Autumn Edition on 2 October 2022 in Frankfurt am Main.
Preview: Light + Building Trends 22+23
Ambitious climate targets, sustainable raw materials, advancing digitalisation - what moves society is also reflected in trends. In a constantly changing world, values such as authenticity, longevity and responsibility are essential drivers. Accordingly, Light + Building Trends 22+23 stand for freedom and security in complicated times.
Light + Building Autumn Edition: Prospects for the future
New impulses, personal exchange and innovative solutions: The yearning for the industry meeting place for lighting and building technology services is great, and the date of the Light + Building Autumn Edition is approaching. From 2 to 6 October 2022, the time has finally come again, when the leading international trade fair will be held as a special edition. The successful start of many international trade fairs, such as Prolight + Sound in April and IFFA in May 2022, is fuelling the anticipation.
Light + Building Autumn Edition: Efficient charging management for the mobility of the future
High oil and gas prices combined with mobile standstill during the pandemic and the requirements of the Paris climate goals give the topics of energy generation and storage, electrification and digitalisation a completely new actuality. Architects and urban planners are faced with the challenge of planning neighbourhoods in harmony ecologically, economically and socio-culturally. In doing so, they must bring together the interests of the municipalities and building owners.
Light + Building Autumn Edition 2022 sets its sights on the future: with smart buildings and grids to the smart city
The promotion of sustainable energy generation, the reduction of consumption in buildings and the expansion of electromobility are central building blocks on the way to the energy turnaround by 2030. Due to rapidly rising prices for gas and oil and the need to secure the supply of raw materials, the subject of energy supply is now taking on a whole new urgency. Concepts for the networked and intelligent city of the future - the smart city - already exist. At its heart is the safe and efficient networking of people, places and infrastructures.
Adding to the attention: The Design Plus Award powered by Light + Building
In search of innovative solutions for home and building as well as trendsetting designed luminaires, the Light + Building Autumn Edition from 2 to 6 October 2022 is the international trend show. In the abundance of product innovations, the Design Plus Award offers all exhibiting companies the chance to secure a head start in attracting the attention of visitors and to position their own creations very effectively.
Light + Building Autumn Edition 2022: The course is set
With the new target firmly in sight, planning for the Light + Building Autumn Edition from 2 to 6 October 2022 is in full swing. More than 1,300 exhibitors from 46 countries are already lined up in autumn for the restart of the lighting and building technology sector in Frankfurt am Main.
New date: Light + Building Autumn Edition 2022
As the pandemic situation continues to develop very dynamically, Messe Frankfurt is postponing the world's leading trade fair for light and building technology to autumn 2022. Last December, intensive discussions with customers and cooperation partners had already led to the examination of alternatives to the original date in March. Now the new date has been set: Light + Building Autumn Edition will be held in Frankfurt am Main from 2 to 6 October 2022.