Business case breakthroughs with smart street lighting assets
A business case masterclass and interactive workshop for turning potential into action
Friday 5 April
Conference Delegate $550
Non-conference delegate $825
A business masterclass and interactive workshop for turning potential into action
This is an action-oriented interactive workshop presented by leading practitioners. The masterclass will drill-down into the methods that experienced practitioners have used to gain project approval and deliver real outcomes. The masterclass will go beyond the business case justification of traditional energy and maintenance savings motivators and will extend into harnessing:
- The pivotal role of multi function poles
- Revenue generation opportunities
- Council and telco collaboration potential
- The value of street lighting real-estate assets
- Traffic and weather adaptive lighting
- Automated database population using CMS controls
- Simplifying the procurement of complex assets.
How does a Masterclass Programme looks like?
Do I have to attend the conference or can I just attend the Masterclasses?
There is no pre-requisite to attend the conference, though for most people this will be highly advantageous.
Mr Graham Colclough
Chair of The European Commission Innovation Partnership for Smart & Sustainable Cities (EIP-SCC), Integrated Infrastructure Action Cluster, and Lead for the ‘Humble Lamppost’ initiative – London UK
Graham is a highly experienced international executive, with development and corporate roles with Shell Oil, then addressing strategic and operational business transformation across multiple sectors with the global advisory firm, Gemini Consulting; evolving to Capgemini – a global systems integrator. Graham has increasingly focused on city transformation, leading the Capgemini global activity in that field for more than a decade, gaining international recognition including from the European Commission. In 2014, Graham launched a specialist advisory partnership, UrbanDNA, focused solely on cities, and working with institutional multipliers and investors to drive large scale transformation in the smart cities market.
Mr Justin Harmond
Lighting & Smart Services Operations Manager, Georgia Power, Georgia, USA
Justin Harmond is Georgia Power Operations Manager of Lighting & Smart Services. He has over eleven years of electricity utility experience with Georgia Power and Mississippi Power.
Justin holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and has worked in the areas of construction engineering, system reliability, power quality, service response and restoration and sales and marketing.
Justin has diverse management experience with proven results and has managed numerous multi million-dollar electricity distribution projects across the southeast USA. He has presented to the US Electric Utility Outdoor Lighting Council (EUOLC) a US nationwide group of electric utilities, and at multiple Georgia Power technical and management events, and will be a presenter at the forthcoming 2019 Illuminating Engineering Society North America (IESNA) Street and Area Lighting Conference (SALC) in San Diego.
The following support facilitators are local consultants and IPWEA SLSC programme advisors who will integrate and reinforce the messages of the overseas facilitators by providing local context and practical examples.
Support Facilitators specialist subjects in the masterclass:
- Bryan King – Application of local and International technical standards
- Godfrey Bridger – Environmental and human health considerations
- Graham Mawer – Australian regulatory framework and codes
- Paul Gowans – Australian city council experiences
All participants of the Conference (delegates, speakers, sponsors and industry representatives) must be registered and have a correct name badge. Due to strict insurance conditions there are absolutely no ‘shared’ registrations.
Strategic Lighting Partners Ltd
Road lighting Conference 2015 - Auckland NZ 'Special event' winners at the 2014 Public Relations Institute of NZ Awards