Frankfurt am Main, Germany – 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.
At the leading international trade fair for lighting and building services technology in Frankfurt am Main from 2 to 6 October 2022, the focus will be on intelligent and connected solutions, innovative technologies and current design trends. After a long pandemic-related break, the industry presents its solutions for planning and fitting buildings intelligently and efficiently for the future. More than 1,500 exhibitors from 46 countries will be standing together on 12 hall levels for the one-off special autumn edition. Most international exhibitors come from Italy, Turkey, Spain, Poland, the Netherlands, Great Britain, France, Belgium and Greece.
Wolfgang Marzin, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Messe Frankfurt, is looking forward to the Light + Building Autumn Edition: "A lot has happened in the four years since the last Light + Building. The industry has a number of innovations in the pipeline which will help us move forward with the current challenges. That is why the special edition of the industry meeting point has come at exactly the right time. I am particularly pleased that so many exhibitors are standing together and taking advantage of the meeting point. The connectivity of the various disciplines in the building is continuously increasing and will continue to do so in the coming years. For future solutions, the overall exchange is essential."
The top themes of Light + Building also result from the exchange of ideas with the industry sectors. These are called "Green Deal & Sustainability", "Electrification & Digitalisation" and "Light & Design". They reflect the developments that will be decisive for industry and craft in the future. These include independent, climate-friendly energy supply in buildings as well as future-oriented lighting design. The top themes also provide the common thread for the contents of the extensive fringe programme. Two central spots offer knowledge transfer and networking opportunities: In Hall 3.1 the Design Plaza and in Hall 9.0 the Building Plaza.
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