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Right now, the U.S. (and the global community) are undergoing a lighting revolution. This includes the nation’s 26.5 million streetlights that are an average age of 25 years old and, like the rest of the nation’s aging infrastructure, have passed their useful life. At the same time, technology in the lighting industry continues to advance at a rapid pace. It is difficult to keep up with the newest updates solely relying on website reviews and discussions with vendors. Like you and I, many end users are facing the same questions regarding relevant products for specific application, lighting controls, bench marks from other users in the lighting community, and milestones reached by municipalities, utilities and DOT’s. Where can you get the answers necessary to make the best informed decisions?
On behalf of the IES Street and Area Lighting Committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to attend our 32nd annual conference in Phoenix, September 8-11!
Street and Area Lighting Conference
The IES Street and Area Lighting Conference is the answer! Last year in Miami, SALC attendees provided very positive reviews on our conference program and the professional and informed speakers who provided outstanding presentations. Our attendee base continues to grow from across the industry while we strive to maintain a small community feel, creating a great opportunity to network with industry peers. Our networking breakout sessions provide opportunities to discuss issues in-depth, one-onone with speakers and peers in a comfortable and open atmosphere. Many appreciate the spirit of inclusion they experience as they make new contacts for future reference. Through the gracious support and participation of our exhibit partners, conference fees which include breakfast, lunch and breaks are kept to a minimum. The combination of relevant sessions and case studies along with the other included amenities, make this one of the best conference values available. This is the only conference in North America that specifically targets the needs and concerns of the street and area lighting community. This year, the U.S. Department of Energy Municipal Solid-State Street Lighting Consortium (MSSLC) will hold its annual meeting at the Marriott Desert Ridge on Wednesday, September 11th in conjunction with that morning’s SALC Conference and continuing in the afternoon that day. Information on the meeting can be found at the MSSLC website at www.ssl.energy.gov/consortium.html. If you are planning to attend, we also invite you to attend the entire SALC program. You won’t regret it! The IES Roadway Lighting Committee will also be holding their meetings at the close of the SALC at the conference hotel. For more information, visit the IES website under the tab Other Activities for the link to the Roadway Lighting Committee meeting schedule and contact information. On behalf of the IES and the hard working people of the Street and Area Lighting Committee, I request your attendance in Phoenix, September 8-11. We’ll be most happy to welcome you.
Edward Smalley Chair, IES Street and Area Lighting Committee
Conference Value Courses and sessions approved for Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s) Full conference fees include continental breakfast, lunch and breaks each day Discounts for IES members, first time attendees and 3+ company attendees Opportunity to network with your colleagues in classroom and small breakout sessions Apply real solutions to your business challenges Learn about the latest new products and services from the industry’s leading suppliers
Preliminary Conference Program Sunday – September 8 7:30am
Course Registration Desk Open
The following courses will be offered on Sunday. Each course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of lighting theory and application at the designated levels of expertise. All courses are approved for IES CEU credits. Separate registration required.
8:30am-3:30pm Outdoor Lighting I A full day course designed to give you a fundamental understanding of outdoor lighting products and issues. It is geared toward newcomers and those who need to review fundamental concepts. Included are components of a lighting system; luminaires; HID lamps; pole masts; arms and foundations; lighting technical terminology; photometric reports and basic photometry; basic lighting applications; elementary lighting design; light trespass; glare and trouble-shooting. Prerequisite:Interest in outdoor lighting. This course is not included in any registration package. Course fee is $225. Instructors: Mark Lien, Osram Sylvania and Greg Ortt, Hubbell Lighting Inc.
8:30am-3:30pm Outdoor Lighting II This full day course expands on the Outdoor Lighting I Course. It is intended to explore outdoor street lighting at the professional level. Topics include material selection and specification design criteria and considerations. Prerequisite: Understanding of basic lighting fundamentals especially basic photometry as taught in Outdoor Lighting I. Prior experience in system design or implementation a plus. This course is not included in any registration package. Course fee is $225. Instructors: Matt Hartley, Energie Lighting and Bill Smelser, Laurilliam Lighting Technologies
8:00am-3:30pm Computer Aided Exterior Lighting Design A full day course geared toward newcomers to lighting calculation software. This course will provide handson experience with AGi32’s powerful calculation and visualization capabilities for roadway and area lighting applications. Prerequisite: Attendee should be familiar with basic luminaire photometry and exterior lighting fundamentals covered in the SALC Basic and Intermediate courses Materials Needed: Laptop (Windows XP, Vista or 7 required) and a mouse with a wheel. For those who don’t already own AGi32, the Trial Version of the software will be provided prior to the course. This course is not included in any registration package. Course fee is $225. Instructor: Dawn De Grazio, Lighting Analysts, Inc.
8:30am-3:30pm Outdoor Lighting LED This full day course uses the attendees existing knowledge of outdoor lighting systems to explore the ways LEDs can be used in outdoor applications. It will start with the basics of Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology and explain how this light source interacts with the driver, thermal and optical interfaces of the LED luminaire system. Retrofitting existing designs vs. a grounds-up approach; real, attainable, energy and Total Cost of
Ownership savings vs. HID systems will be addressed. The evolution of standards IES LM-80 and IES LM-79 will be covered along with photometric implications of LED vs. HID sources. Prerequisite: Understanding of basic lighting fundamentals especially basic photometry as taught in Outdoor Lighting I. Prior experience in system design or implementation a plus. This course is not included in any registration package. Course fee is $225. Instructors: Mark McClear and Eric Haugaard, CREE, Inc.
10:00am-3:30pm Outdoor Lighting Controls
pace that is unprecedented. The electrical industry has been slow to progress. Many of the devices we use today were in use a century ago. Receptacles, switches and the vacuum tubes (incandescent, fluorescent and HID) we generate most of our artificial lighting from are embarrassingly similar to products from 100 years ago. This session will reveal upcoming shifts in each of these areas and project a vision for how the next decade will impact us. Whether you find this new landscape scary or exciting, the information conveyed during this presentation will help you navigate through upcoming uncharted territory. Mark Lien, Director-Government & Industry Relations, OSRAM SYLVANIA
This five hour course introduces the attendee to the control equipment used for dimming, controlling and monitoring of outdoor lighting systems. It will start with the basic twist-lock photocell and quickly delve into network control systems operated from a base station or even the Internet. Various applications, design issues and comparisons will be discussed. Prerequisite:Outdoor Lighting I or professional experience in streetlight systems. This course is not included in any registration package. Course fee is $150. Instructors: Richard Jones, Ripley Lighting Controls and Amanda Dixon, SELC
10:00am Refreshment Break
Conference Registration Desk Open
6:00pm-8:00pm Welcome to Phoenix Reception Join your colleagues as we get reacquainted at the 32nd Street and Area Lighting Conference. Our welcome event will be held at the Marriott hotel. Enjoy a delicious buffet, cocktails, music and some networking fun. The welcome event is included in FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION. Tickets are also available for guests and daily registrants. Individual Ticket $85
Monday – September 9 7:00am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Street and Area Lighting Welcome and Opening Remarks
Edward Smalley, SALC Chair William Hanley, Illuminating Engineering Society, Executive Vice President RJ Darling, Cyclone Lighting, Conference Committee Chair
SALC Lifetime Service Award Recipient: John Bono
Welcome to Phoenix
Welcoming comments from the Honorable Greg Stanton, Mayor of Phoenix
Daniel Froetscher, Vice President, Arizona Public Service
Illuminating the Future of Lighting
Nobody saw this coming. The lighting industry today reflects changes that were not anticipated, rushing at a
Light & the City: Future-proof Smart Cities of Today
Far from being just a buzz word, “Smart Cities” are indeed becoming reality. The presentation will highlight what is happening in some different scale cities around the world, pointing out what needs and requirements they have in common and how lighting can be – and actually often is – the first step opening the way to improving liveability, sustainability and economy of our cities today and in the future by leveraging on open standard technologies and the Internet of Things approach. Gianni Minetti, President and CEO, Paradox Engineering
City of Pittsburg, California LED Case Study
Your speaker will take you through the journey of how this city acquired funding for street lighting replacement of HPS cobra head and decorative fixtures. Ted Moss, Design Engineer, City of Pittsburg Engineering Department
10:55am Pedestrian-Friendly Nighttime Lighting (or, who cares about Footcandles?) The lighting industry has understandably focused on footcandles and uniformity, efficacy, pole spacing, and cutoff when it comes to outdoor lighting. But those are not the chief criteria for all neighborhoods. This presentation will talk about softness, warmth, color rendering, safety, faces, visibility, adaptation, sleeping, star-filled skies and undisturbed critters. Naomi Miller, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Lunch and Exhibits
Join our exhibitor partners for lunch and an up close look at products and services from the industry’s leading suppliers.
How Washington Works (or doesn’t work) and Its Impact on Lighting
Your speaker will cover policy development and implementation at the federal and state levels. Justin Neumann, Manager, Government Relations, National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
Excellence in Illumination Streetlight Monitoring – Glendale AZ
Municipalities have long struggled to maintain expected illumination of roadways and provide excellent customer service in the process. Glendale, Arizona has 19,600 municipal streetlights and five years’ experience with
reducing malfunctions and improving customer service through use of a wireless streetlight monitoring system. This session will discuss how Glendale reduced malfunctions from over 1,000 to less than 50 and redirected staff time to improve the overall roadway lighting system. Mike Sills-Trausch, Street Lighting Program Manager, Transportation Department, City of Glendale
Solar Powered Lighting Case Study – Chandler, AZ
Your speaker will share the design challenges and opportunities in implementing solar powered LED pathway lighting along the Chandler, AZ Western Canal. R. Scott Wright, President, Wright Engineering Corporation
Fixture Grounding and Surge Protection
The session will cover the unique challenges of installing and operating solid state lighting fixtures such as LED in the utility environment which is regulated by the National Electric Safety Code (NESC) instead of the National Electric Code (NEC). The topics of grounded and isolated (ungrounded) systems and the application of the proper types of drivers and surge protection will be discussed from the prospective of the utility and the manufacturer. Mike Stevens, Team Leader Lighting Services, Georgia Power and Gary Steinberg, System Manager, Outdoor SSL Fixtures, GE Lighting Solutions
Your personal street lighting questions or further review of the day’s session topics are addressed in a facilitator and moderator led format.
5:00pm-7:00 pm Reception and Exhibits Join our exhibitor partners for our second exhibit session and a casual cocktail reception.
Tuesday – September 10 7:00am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
NEEA Streetlighting Research Results – Seattle
Subjective and objective in-situ streetlighting research results comparing LED luminaires to HPS for different lighting levels, different CCT and for dry and wet pavement conditions in Seattle. The results show that object/pavement color contrast is key in further detection distances, instead of lighting levels alone. Also, the community subjective evaluations favored white light over the lower wattage HPS. Nancy Clanton, Principal, Clanton & Associates, Inc.
Basis for IES Roadway Lighting Committee Standards
This session reviews the basis for some of the lighting recommendations produced by the IES Roadway Lighting Committee. Much of it research based, some of it consensus, this session will review the key influences on those recommendations and what is currently being discussed for future revisions. Topics will include crash/safety data, headlight modeling/impacts, key pedestrian visibility metrics, and many other considerations you may not have known went into the development of the final documents.
Paul Lutkevich, Vice President, Technical Director, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Beyond Turtles and Towers: Outdoor Lighting, Wildlife, and the Environment
Many lighting professionals are already familiar with the regulatory and design challenges posed by the attractive nature of lights for beach-nesting sea turtles and migrating birds. This presentation will review the last decade of research on this topic, which has greatly expanded scientific knowledge of the effects on other species, and provide insights on ways to reduce these adverse effects in lighting design. Travis Longcore, Associate Professor (Research), University of Southern California Spatial Sciences Institute and School of Architecture
10:20am Illinois DOT – A Perspective on LED Roadway Lighting The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has thousands of HPS luminaires on its state and federal highway system. This session will view the journey from HPS to LED as a primary light source for roadway lighting and the steps one DOT is taking to prepare for the transition. Mark Seppelt, Electrical and Mechanical Unit Chief, Illinois DOT
End User: Specifying to Meet a City-wide LED Conversion Application
This session will cover the development of specifications to meet specific lighting needs and an end users approach in utilizing the MSSLC . Specification as a basis to specify and procure luminaires for a city wide LED conversion. Dana Beckwith, Senior Project Manager, DKS Associates and Eric Haugaard, Director of Product Technology, CREE, Inc.
Night Vision off the Battlefield: Exterior Lighting on Army Installations
The Army’s strategic direction is to reduce the total cost of ownership through design and construction of high performance buildings. Over the years, executive and legislative mandates have set higher and higher goals for the energy performance of Army facilities as well. With a focus on area of exterior lighting, we will address how the Army is leading the charge to achieve these goals and the opportunities and challenges along the way. Eric Mucklow, Building Technology Program Manager Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers
Join us at our second day networking breakout session. Bring your personal street lighting questions and comments from the day’s sessions.
10:50am Pole Vibration and AASHTO Update
With advances in lighting technology and more compact fixture designs, the understanding of wind induced vibration is of significant importance in the proper selection of new lighting poles, as well as upgrades to existing poles. To help facilitate a broader understanding of wind induced vibration this session will include an overview of first and second mode vibration, mitigation strategies, recognition of vibration problems, and associated issues with upgrades to existing fixtures. The session will also include a brief overview of updates and changes to the AASHTO design specification with particular focus on changes to the wind maps. Greg Mercier, Director of Quality and Engineering, Hapco and Mitch Spinler, Manager of Engineering Customer Services, Valmont
This exhibit-sponsored event is always a fun-filled evening of games, prizes, refreshments and networking. The event will be held at the conference hotel.
Lunch and Exhibits
Join our exhibitor partners for lunch and for an up close look at products and services from the industry’s leading suppliers.
With new lighting and controls technology, there are significant opportunities to reduce the impact of lighting and energy costs by adapting the lighting system to the needs of the users. Adapting a lighting system may include dimming, maintaining a constant light output or selective outages. This discussion focuses on approaches to adapting a lighting system, the impact on the users and the potential energy savings. Finally, a look to the future including “just in time” lighting and connected technologies will be considered. Ronald B. Gibbons, Director, Center for Infrastructure Based Safety Systems, Virginia Tech Trans Inst
Wednesday – September 11 7:00am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Transportation Challenges and Opportunities in Large Cities
Large cities in the United States face unique challenges in providing transportation and transit services for all residents. The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) is dedicated to seeking solutions to the challenges through sharing of best practices and working in collaboration. This presentation will provide information on NACTO and highlight some of the innovative and progressive programs currently underway in the City of Phoenix. Wylie Bearup, Street Transportation Director/City Engineer City of Phoenix, AZ
HPS to LED Conversion – A City of Phoenix Experience
This session will focus on the experiences of the City of Phoenix as it undertook an impressive effort to create a street lighting LED standard for the city after utilizing HPS technology for the past 25 years. Highlights will include the review of competing street light technologies, life-cycle cost evaluations, political acceptance, and the technical elements of creating a citywide standard. Shane L. Silsby, Deputy Street Transportation Director – City of Phoenix
Street Lighting Funding – After ARRA
The panel will explain how municipalities can employ different funding options which will include tax-exempt leases and shared savings where the contractor carries financing and financial risk. Topics will also include leverage utility rebates and incentives to improve the project’s ROI, and project funding out of the energy savings that the new system generates. Panel: David Ingram, De Lage Landen Financial Services, Inc., JC Florenson, Citelum and Timothy Farkas, Ameresco
White Lights, Big City: Illuminating NYC
A comprehensive examination of New York City’s streetlighting program including initiatives promoting energy efficiency and wattage reduction, the challenges of upgrading streetscape designs, and the testing and adoption of LEDs. Margaret Newman, Chief of Staff, NYC Dept of Trans
Applying Benefit Metrics to Street and Parking Lot Applications to Increase the Value of Lighting
It is increasingly clear that lighting specifications based on photopic illuminance are not appropriate for these outdoor applications. The presentation will address two new benefit metrics for outdoor lighting, one aimed at specifying lighting based upon hazard detection in the periphery and one aimed at specifying lighting based upon brightness (i.e., safety) perception, and discuss how to quantify the value (benefit divided by cost) of different light sources. Mark S. Rea, Director, Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute This session will conclude with Rita Harrold, IES Director of Technology, covering IES updates.
NOTE: Due to any circumstance beyond its control, IES reserves the right to change any of its program offerings, speakers or designated session time slots.
Exhibitors Acuity Brands Amerlux, LLC AMF Lighting Technology, Inc. ANP Lighting Black and MacDonald CC Custom Products Citelum Cooper Lighting Cree, Inc. Crystal Lighting Corp. Cyclone Lighting DimOnOff, Inc. Echelon Corp. Elumen Evari Consulting Lighting Everlast Evari Consulting Lighting Everlast Evluma Lighting Excellence Evluma Opto, Inc. Excellence Eye Lighting Opto, Inc. Eye GE Lighting Lighting GEHapco Lighting Howard Lighting Hapco Products Howard Hubbell Lighting Lighting Products iFactor Hubbell Consulting Lighting iFactor Illumient Consulting Kauffman Illumient Consulting Kauffman LEDConsulting rite LED Roadway LED riteLighting LED Roadway Lighting LEDtronics Leotek Electronics LEDtronicsUSA Corp.
Mark your calendar for the 2014 SALC Conference
For more information and registration for the following events please visit the IES website at www.ies.org/salc and click the menu tab Other Activities.
Nashville, Tennessee Opryland Hotel
SGC Phoenix Charity Golf Tournament SGC Foundation will be hosting a charity golf tournament to benefit Phoenix Children’s Hospital at Wild Fire Golf Club at JW Marriott Desert Ridge Hotel on Sunday September 8th at 9 am. While this is not a formal SALC event, all attendees are welcome.
MSSLC Annual Meeting The U.S. Department of Energy Municipal Solid-State Street Lighting Consortium (MSSLC) - Annual meeting at the Marriott Desert Ridge. Wednesday September 11th from 7am-5:30pm. If you have any questions please contact the MSSLC office at 206-733-9945 or [email protected]
IES Roadway Lighting Committee The IES Roadway Lighting Committee will be holding its Fall meetings from Wednesday- Friday, September 11-13 at the Marriott Desert Ridge Hotel.
Leotek Electronics USA Corp. LightLab International Inc. Light Laboratory Inc.Inc. LightLab International Lighting Analysts Light Laboratory Inc. Lighting Science Group Lighting Analysts Lumewave, Lighting ScienceInc. Group Luminis Inc. Lumewave, Luxim Luminis Maxlite Luxim Millerbernd Mfg., Co. Maxlite NOV Ameron Millerbernd Mfg., Co. OSRAM Sylvania NOV Ameron Pemco OSRAM Sylvania Philips Lighting Pemco ReadyTrace Inc. Philips Lighting SELC Inc. ReadyTrace Sentry Electric SELC Mfg. Spring City Electrical Sentry Electric Mfg. Sternberg Spring City Lighting Electrical Stresscrete/King Sternberg Lighting Sunrise Technologies Stresscrete/King TE Connectivity Sunrise Technologies Topanga TE Connectivity Toshiba LED Lighting Topanga Union Metal Corp. Toshiba LED Lighting Utility Metals Union Metal Corp. Valmont Structures Utility Metals VandalStructures Shields Valmont VasonaShields Labs Vandal Venture Lighting Visionaire Lighting, LLC
September 14-17, 2014
Conference Hotel All conference events will be held at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Hotel 5350 East Marriott Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85054 Please go online to www.ies.org/salc for the hotel link to make your reservations. IES attendees receive a reduced room rate, and discounted in room wireless only through online reservations or by calling hotel directly and identifying the IES SALC Conference.
Hotel Direct: 480-293-5000 or Toll Free: 1-800-835-6206 IES Room Rates: $ 219 Single/Double (plus tax) IES Rate Cut-off Date: August 16, 2013 Please mention that you are with the IES SALC Conference. Remember to check the IES website at www.ies.org/salc for all program changes or updates.
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SALC 2013 Registration Form Phoenix, AZ September 8-11
Conference Sessions are approved for Continuing Education Credits (CEU)
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Registration Fees Full Conference Registration - Includes all three days of sessions, all handout materials, continentals, lunches, breaks and Sunday Welcome Reception. Through Aug 9 After Aug 9 IES Member $575 $675 IES Member Group Rate* $525 $625 IES Member (First Time Attendee)** $525 $625 Nonmember $675 $775 Nonmember Group Rate* $625 $725 Nonmember (First Time Attendee)** $625 $725
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Daily Registration - Includes all sessions, handout materials, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks for the day that you register. Through Aug 9 After Aug 9 IES Member $325 $350 Nonmember $375 $400 Day: ❏ Monday ❏ Tuesday ❏ Wednesday Total $______x______day(s) =
Exhibit Only Pass - Includes EXHIBIT SESSIONS ONLY on Monday or Tuesday. Does not include admission to conference sessions. Through Aug 9 After Aug 9 Exhibit Only $100 $125 Day: ❏ Monday ❏ Tuesday Total $______x______day(s) =
INDIVIDUAL TICKET - Events listed are not included in any registration package except Sunday Welcome Reception which is included with Full Conference Registration. Sunday - September 8 Outdoor Lighting I Course (8:30am - 3:30pm)
Outdoor Lighting II Course (8:30am - 3:30pm)
Computer-Aided Exterior Lighting Course (8:00am - 3:30pm)
LED Outdoor Lighting Course (8:30am-3:30pm)
Outdoor Lighting Controls Course (10am-3:30 pm)–(5-hour course)
Sunday Welcome Reception (6:00-8:00pm) (Included in Full Registration)
GRAND TOTAL ENCLOSED: $________________
DISCOUNTS - Apply only to full conference registration * GROUP RATE: $50 discount for 3+ attendees from the same firm. At lease one registrant must be an IES member. ** FIRST TIME ATTENDEE: $50 discount Registration Payment: ❏ Check Enclosed
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Mail: With payment to: IES, 120 Wall Street 17th Fl, New York, NY 10005 Fax: 212-248-5017 Online: www.ies.org Any Questions? Call Valerie Landers at (212) 248-5000 ext 117
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Registration Policies: Deadlines based on receipt at IES office. Request for refunds in writing and no later than August 9, 2013 will be given, less a $50 service fee. No refunds after August 9th. Substitutions can be made with no penalty. All fees payable in US funds. Individual travel and hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the registrant.