The Who’s Who of the sector: top global brands at Light + Building 2020
Some 2,700 exhibitors will be presenting their new products at Light + Building, the world’s largest trade fair for lighting and building services technology, in Frankfurt am Main from 8 to 13 March 2020. They include numerous international leading brands in the fields of lighting, security technology and electrotechnology, as well as home and building automation.
These well-known suppliers will be showcasing ground-breaking technologies and innovative products designed to increase the efficiency of buildings and improve the user experience, as well as satisfying security requirements. With a strapline of ‘Connecting. Pioneering. Fascinating.’, Light + Building 2020 offers a unique and comprehensive overview of the current market.
To complement the trade exhibition, there are numerous events, special shows, guided tours and specialist forums. The themes covered include, amongst others, Progressive Electric Charging Infrastructure, Building Information Modeling (BIM), innovative service models and Functional Aesthetics.
The world’s leading trade fair in its field, Light + Building encompasses all electronically controlled building services and seeks to promote integrated building planning in both domestic dwellings and commercial premises. In this, the show’s twentieth anniversary year, there is a special role for digitalisation and networks involving various different trades.
International rendezvous for the lighting market
One of the major areas of emphasis at Light + Building 2020 concerns current design trends in the lighting market. A host of exhibitors will be showcasing their innovative ranges of design-orientated and decorative lamps and luminaires, both for domestic dwellings and commercial premises. To complete this section, there is a large selection of technical lighting components and accessories.
The presence of well-known companies such as Artemide, Bega, Erco, Fagerhult Group, Flos, Iguzzini, Martinelli Luce, Nimbus, Nordeon Group, Osram, Samsung, Seoul Semiconductor, Schréder, Signify, Tobias Grau, Trilux, Vibia Lighting and Zero indicates the extensive range of lighting products at Light + Building.
Stage for intelligent building services technology
The electrical engineering and home and building automation sectors have a key role to play in the construction and operation of intelligent, connected buildings. The increasingly data-intensive control of electrical and electronic installations increases the quality of both the workplace and the home. At Light + Building, visitors will be able to discover any number of innovative technologies that make it possible to have low energy consumption, high levels of comfort and new design ideas at the same time.
Many world-famous brands in the electrotechnology and home and building automation sector will be represented. Exhibitors such as ABB, Beckhoff, Busch-Jaeger, Dehn, Gira, Hager, Jung, Mennekes, OBO Bettermann, Phoenix Contact, Rittal, Schneider Electric, Siedle, Siemens, Stiebel Eltron, Wago and Warema will be displaying their innovations at Light + Building 2020. And organisations responsible for the standards in building automation such as, for instance, LON, BACnet, Enocean, Z-wave and KNX will be demonstrating their contribution to the development of the smart buildings of the future.
Intersec Building, the international platform for connected security technology, adds a further major emphasis to the show. An integral part of Light + Building, Intersec Building in Hall 9.1 builds bridges between theory and practice, with the help of international market leaders and entrepreneurs. But even beyond Intersec Building, there will be lots of products and services relating to security technology to be found on the stands of many of the exhibitors at Light + Building. The Intersec Forum is a specialist conference offering an additional format for discussion of current developments of connected security technology in automated buildings.
Suppliers of safety and security technology are represented at Light + Building by, amongst others, Abus, Assa Abloy, Axis, Gretsch-Unitas, Hikvision, Mobotix and Siemens. As far as emergency lighting is concerned, CEAG, Inotec, Gessler and RP-Technik will be showcasing their latest solutions.
Light + Building is supported by the leading professional associations, the Association of the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers (Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie – ZVEI) and the German Association of the Electrical and Information Technology Trades (Zentralverband der Deutschen Elektro- und Informationstechnischen Handwerke – ZVEH). Both associations are represented by dedicated stands at the show.