ALG Online: introduction to best practices in advanced lighting design
· presented by Barb Hamilton
Discover how to incorporate the most advanced, energy-saving strategies and technologies into your next project.
Length: 60 minutes
Credit: AIA, GBCI, IACET, WI-DSPS
Join us for an introduction to ALG Online and find out how this independent resource assists design professionals in achieving high quality lighting design.
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Client expectations for lighting design in green buildings include both high quality performance and energy efficiency. This webinar, the first of two, introduces ALG Online, the web version of New Building Institute's updated Advanced Lighting Guidelines.
Participants will learn about ALG Online's instructional graphics and superior design solutions for many building types and spaces, along with best practice advice on topics such as daylighting, integration of controls, research in health and human performance, codes and policies that affect lighting efficiency, emerging technologies, and design applications. Discover ALG Online's applications directory and tech sheets identifying high performance luminaires. Examine several other new, no-cost tools including DOE's Commercial Lighting Solutions, Daylighting for Office Interiors Guide, and the Daylighting Pattern Guide.
AS A RESULT OF THIS WEBINAR YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
- Utilize new technologies and applications for achieving low-energy lighting schemes
- Discuss the latest research findings on how lighting can affect human health and performance
- Understand how codes and standards influence lighting designs
- Integrate daylighting options with electric lighting designs and controls to achieve deep energy savings in retrofits and new construction projects
- Determine how ALG Online and other tools can help designers achieve good lighting plans that save energy
who should watch?
Lighting practitioners, engineers, architects, designers, professors, students, facility managers, interior designers, electrical contractors and distributors, lighting manufacturers and distributors, building owners, utility and energy program managers, commercial builders, and anyone interested in commercial buildings
Friday, Mar 07, 2014
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