K-12 Educational Design: Mastering the Maze of Lighting Controls Specification (In-Person)
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1.5 LU AIA CE Credits Available
Please join the IES Boston Chapter for a presentation that will explain how to get what you really want from lighting controls. Designers and architects need to consider the visual environment they are creating as well as the operational characteristics of the systems being installed. Design teams now often find themselves faced with questions of how to create a level of interoperability and digital integration with adjacent building systems that was not so commonplace in the recent past. Fortunately, the tools exist to articulate both the designer’s intent and the specific steps required to achieve that intent. By examining the development process behind the Control Intent Narrative and the Sequence of Operations, this seminar will provide guidance for assembling these documents and specific examples of language that is both clear and contractually enforceable.
5:30-6:15 Registration and light snacks
Carol Jones has been a visible, published and active leader in the transformation of the lighting industry for 3+ decades. Her wide experience includes lighting design, standards development, emerging technologies, human factors research, energy efficiency, customer insights and system innovation. Carol has long been at the forefront of bringing higher value digital lighting into reality and is enthusiastic about how it will change our world for the better. She has been tangibly involved in the role of lighting within the Internet of Things, working to create a deeper understanding of how lighting can enable high value use cases for owners and users, without sacrificing lighting quality and controls intent. Carol is a member of the IES Lighting Control Systems and Sustainability committees. Previous affiliations include Axis Lighting, Enlighted, Philips Lighting, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and HLB Lighting Design.
Shoshanna A, Segal, CLD, IALD, LEED AP, MIES
Shoshanna Segal is currently serving as the President-Elect of the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) and is an active member of the Lighting Controls Technical Committee which develops nationally recognized standards for lighting control. She is a Professional Member of the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) and is among the first professionals in the world to earn the certification, CLD, having demonstrated mastery in seven domains of lighting design as established by the CLD Global organization and the IALD. Ms. Segal is a Senior Designer at Hartranft Lighting Design.