Lighting restarts from Light + Building Autumn Edition 2022
From October 2 to 6, 2022, Light + Building, the biennial exhibition dedicated to lighting and lighting engineering, returns to Frankfurt. Given the biennial nature of the fair, the last in-person edition was held in March 2018. Thus, no such important trade fair in the lighting industry has been held for more than four years. However, this long, forced hiatus has made it clear that meeting people in person is important, just as it is essential to see products up close. Thus, Light + Building, the show organized by Messe Frankfurt, is back and starting again in style, with more than 1,500 confirmed exhibitors.
The exhibitors’ countries of origin also confirm the fair’s internationality, with firms coming from 46 countries. After Germany, the countries with the largest number of exhibitors are Italy, Turkey, Spain, Poland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, France, Belgium and Greece.
Lighting at Light + Building
A large section of Light + Building is dedicated to lighting. Halls 3, 4, and 6 of the autumn 2022 edition host a wide range of lighting technology, from designer luminaires of all styles to outdoor and street lighting, emergency and security lighting. Hall 8, meanwhile, hosts manufacturers of lighting components, light sources and control systems. Confirmed exhibitors for fall 2022 include several leading international brands, including Artemide, Diomede, Linea Light, Martinelli Luce, Molto Luce, Secto Design, Serien Lighting, Slamp, and Zero. The ‘Design Plaza’ in Hall 3.1. will be the venue for several meetings on industry interest topics.
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Technology for smart buildings
Halls 9, 11 and 12 of the Frankfurt Messe are dedicated to building automation. Here you will find all systems for smart buildings, from electrical installation to energy management, to electric car charging infrastructure. Among the exhibitors presenting their innovations will be ABB, Beckhoff, Busch-Jaeger, Dehn, Gira, Hager, Albrecht Jung, Mennekes, Niedax, OBO Bettermann, Phoenix Contact, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Wago, Warema, and Wöhner.
In Hall 9, the Building Plaza will host conferences, panel discussions and seminars devoted to the latest developments of intelligent applications for better building management.
Security in contemporary buildings
The Intersec Building section in Hall 8 is dedicated to security in buildings. Here visitors can find exhibitors with products for video surveillance, access restrictions, and fire protection. The latest technologies for connectivity and security include top companies in the industry, including Assa Abloy, Axis Communications, BKS/Gretsch-Unitas, Daitem, DOM, Hikvision and Siemens. Also for the security sector, the Intersec Forum will host discussions and seminars to exchange expert knowledge on various topics.