BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/29/13 -- Digital Lumens executives will be speaking at two upcoming conferences about how integrating intelligence into solid-state lighting systems is improving paybacks and accelerating the market adoption of LED lighting.
Brian Chemel, Founder and CTO of Digital Lumens, will speak at the 2013 DOE Solid-State Lighting R&D Workshop in Long Beach, CA on a panel, 'Pathways to Deeper Energy Savings and Broader Market Adoption.' Moderated by James Brodrick of the U.S. Department of Energy, a panel of lighting experts will explore how the industry will maximize energy savings and what value-added features will accelerate solid-state lighting adoption. The session will be at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 29th.
Tom Pincince, President and CEO of Digital Lumens, will speak at the Strategies in Light Investor Forum, in Santa Clara, CA. His presentation, "Accelerating the LED Revolution," will look at the role integrated intelligence plays in driving LED lighting adoption, and how building distributed intelligence into lighting systems creates a platform for a range of new applications. The session will be at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 12th.
The industry leader in intelligent LED lighting systems, Digital Lumens recently announced that its system is saving customers more than $25 million per year. The company's Intelligent LED Lighting System is deployed across 500+ large-scale installations and covers nearly 50 million square feet of space worldwide.
About Digital Lumens
Digital Lumens is redefining industrial lighting with intelligent LED lighting systems and service offerings that deliver unmatched energy savings, flexibility and unique value to commercial and industrial customers. Proven in hundreds of facilities to reduce lighting energy use by up to 90%, the patented system is setting the standard for industrial lighting in both retrofits and new construction. For more information, please visit www.digitallumens.com. Follow Digital Lumens on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Note to editors: Digital Lumens, Intelligent Lighting System, and LightRules are trademarks of Digital Lumens, Inc.
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