IoT infused lights with wi-fi controls, solar street lights, LED solar lamps, all on display from 10-12 May in Mumbai
As the world is steering its way to LEDs, India is fast adopting LED technology as it is the perfect technological and economical solution for illuminating the public, commercial and private spaces. The latest trend in the lighting sectors are the IoT devices, that can be operated through wi-fi connectivity, Bluetooth etc. which will take over the world by storm in the coming years. Bringing these latest trends in smart lighting to the country, LED Expo 2018, India’s renowned fair for the LED lighting, components and technologies is yet again returning in its 18th edition from 10 – 12 May at the Bombay Exhibition Centre trade grounds in Mumbai. Organised by Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd, the show is regarded as the most influential event for the business in LED technology.
Speaking about the growth of the fair and unceasing new innovations at this show, Raj Manek, Executive Director and Board Member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holding Ltd shared: “LED Expo as a brand has seen a steady growth with increasing number of national and international participation in every edition. Now in its 18th edition, this year’s Mumbai edition will bring in better and more advanced innovations like devices using IoT, solar lighting and smart lighting to the Indian market. Continuing its position as the country’s foremost platform taking charge of the LED transition we are confident of doing our bit in creating awareness, leading to an energy efficient country.”
The annual LED Summit which happens on the side lines of LED Expo will see discussion by eminent speakers on “Smart Solutions for Future Lighting”. The summit is running in its 6th edition and brings together participants representing the entire cross-section and all stake-holders of the industry at a common platform to facilitate business and for discussing, networking and sharing business insights and best practices within the industry.
LED Expo 2018 will present over 200 exhibitors showcasing their latest price competitive LED solutions for the Indian market. Besides India, exhibitors from countries such as China, Denmark, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan will be present at the three-day fair which opens next month. Top international companies and OEM groups like ATC, Changi Lighting, Light Tapes LLP, OEM Systems, Range Lighting, Sigma, SM Solar, S R Electro or Swingtel will be participating this year indicating significant increase in international participation and growing interest of Asian manufacturers in the Indian market.
For more information about the event, visit www.theledexpo.com