The conference, which this year saw over 100 exhibitors, focused on the fast growing lighting design and technology segment of the LED industry
(PRWEB UK) 15 August 2013
The article, Cree, Lumileds, and Nichia spar on LED future at The LED Show, published 14th August in LEDs Magazine reveals that the first topic at the event questioned whether LEDs could continue to progress at the same rate as we have seen in the past few years. The conference, which this year saw over 100 exhibitors, focused on the fast growing lighting design and technology segment of the LED industry. It featured talks from the likes of Chad Stalker from Philips, Eric Swenson at Nichia and Paul Scheidt from Cree, all of whom had clashing views when it came to the future of LEDs.
Best known for their range of domestic and commercial lighting, the specialists behind Visible Lighting focus on the latest technology to provide customers with a selection of high quality LED strip lights, ceiling and wall lights and downlights. Dedicated to following the latest industry updates and developments, the latest news was of great interest to the team. A representative shares their thoughts.
“The LED show attracts visitors and exhibitors from across the globe and offers a great insight into the direction of the industry. It’s interesting that three such prominent names within the sector can have such conflicting views. Here at Visible Lighting, we believe that LEDs have a very promising future, as more and more people replace their traditional incandescent bulbs with affordable LED lighting.”
Visible Lighting was established with a view to providing high quality lighting at affordable prices. Supplying a multitude of energy saving products, the company specialises in LED lighting including LED strip lights, LED ceiling and wall lights, LED flood lights as well as commercial LED lighting. All products take advantage of the latest technology, providing customers with the best value for money. Visible Lighting places customer service as its top priority, regularly expanding its product lines.