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Karnatz to Throw Light on New Technologies

Over the past few years, multiple generations of lighting technologies have been ushered in — replacing traditional fluorescent with low-voltage networked LEDs, often augmented with a variety of sensors.

Kurt Karnatz will discuss “LED, Low Voltage, Networked, Sensors & More” as part of the Smart Building System Showcase Lighting Track during IBcon’s Navigating Global CRE Technology & Innovation Conference in Las Vegas on June 6. The panel will focus on all the new functions and features offered by the world’s most innovative solution providers and will present a strategic discussion on the role that lighting plays in the overall smart building strategy.

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