Why you should attend Road Lighting 2015

Council CEOs, CFOs and asset managers throughout New Zealand face a common set of challenges: how to harness the newly available LED road lighting technologies and techniques, to quantify the relative performance, and to make procurement decisions that indemnify councils from technical and operational risk. This conference provides a rare and stimulating opportunity to meet with overseas leaders, local specialists and industry peers to discuss issues and solutions that specifically target the needs of the New Zealand and Australian road lighting communities.

'Special Event' winner PRINZ Awards 2014Road Lighting 2015 provides real value with new topics reflecting the latest developments and discoveries as LED rolls out across the world. It builds on from Road Lighting 2014, the Special Event winner at the 2014 Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) awards.  More than 95% of attendees surveyed after the event said they would attend again, rating the conference ‘excellent’ across a range of categories.

Who Should Attend:

The programme is designed for general managers, technical and finance managers, and political decisionmakers responsible for governing and managing road lighting infrastructure and electricity networks in New Zealand and Australia as well as professionals in road lighting equipment, advisory services, contracting services and urban development and design.  Managers interested in energy efficiency, urban design and road safety will find this a first-class opportunity for professional development and business networking.

Key Conference Topics:

  • Using road lighting infrastructure as a platform for Smart City development
  • How road lighting can enhance city liveability and the night economy
  • Case studies of US, Australian and NZ road lighting energy initiatives
  • National and municipal smart energy and smart contracting programmes
  • Smart networks and control technologies – what you need to know
  • Road lighting standards – how they are changing internationally and in NZ
  • Infrastructure financing – “invest to save” capital funding mechanisms
  • Lighting and Road Safety – the latest international research findings
  • Future directions – lighting the road ahead for New Zealand


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