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Led Expo, India’s renowned fair for LED lighting, components and technologies will return for its 16th edition from 11 – 13 May at the Bombay Exhibition Centre trade grounds in Mumbai. The organiser, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd, has confirmed that over 200 companies will be showcasing the latest price competitive LED solutions for the Indian market. Besides India, exhibitors from China, Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan will also be showcasing products at this three-day fair, which marks a 39% increase in international participation and indicates the growing interest of Asian manufacturers in the Indian market.
New wireless connected street lighting solution for smart cities to be launched by Pune based company
The wave of innovation and growth in the LED sector has been breaking price barriers and keeping pace with this momentum, LED Expo continues to bring innovations in LED technology, design and production to the forefront. Among the many highlights of the show this year is the ‘Agate Wireless Connected Street Lighting Solution’ that will be launched by Pune-based Company – A&A Global Resources Pvt Ltd.
This unique solution is an indigenous connected lighting solution which works using Internet of Things (IoT). This LED street lighting with centralised monitoring and controls makes an ideal lighting solution for smart cities as it can provide real time alerts, alarms, notifications per SMS/email and mobile as well as optimise and monitor electricity savings. Moreover, it supports two way communication with street lights and centralised lighting management server software.
This LED-based wireless street-lighting solution will be on display at the LED Expo exhibition in Mumbai for all three days. It is of special interest for decision makers and business professionals working in city development projects as well as for architects, interior designers and urban planners.
Focus on solar-powered LED products grows with increasing number of companies introducing products in this segment
The wireless connected street lighting solution is just one example of how LED-based solutions are shaping the future of lighting and connected cities. Another interesting sector trend which is perceptively noticed is the growing focus on solar-powered LED products. Companies like S.M.Solar Products Ltd, Devidayal Solar Solutions Pvt Ltd, Enwalk- Arham Electronics & Electricals, Fujian Joy Solar Technology Corporation among others will be introducing product innovations for the Indian market in this segment that can be adopted for both urban and rural development programmes.
Other product highlights include:
· A three step dimming LED batten where the user can select the brightness level as well as save electricity for only the wattage being used by Eco Earth Lighting
· Made in India Light Guide Panel (LGP) by Vibrant Graphics. Known to be largely imported from China with lesser choices of customisations attached with it, Vibrant Graphics will be introducing a complete Made-in-India LGP option
· OSRAM’s new range of LED’s, the New Duris P8 High Power series which is a cost competitive leadframe technology and BP SEMI IC – the HERO Product-BP9911/6 which is one of the most popular LPF design for Non – Isolated solutions by Rabyte
· Crescent will feature a wide range of aesthetically designed, indigenous LEDs with polycarbonate cover, specially designed for uniform light distribution
Supporting the next phase of LED implementation in India, various ministries and government bodies have announced strong support to this platform which promotes energy saving lighting and LED technologies for the country. Among them are: the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, as well as the Maharashtra Energy Development Agency, the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking, the Electronic Industries Association of India, the Solar Energy Society of India, the Indian Building Congress and the apex body of the Lighting manufacturers – ELCOMA (Electric Lamp & Component Manufacturers Association).