November 16, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
As a lighting professional, you know there is plenty to coordinate in providing the right lighting controls for a project, from energy code to dimming protocol, etc., and suddenly the owner says, “Let’s make it a smart building!” prompting you to ask yourself, what exactly is a “smart building” and why is it my problem?! This presentation will explore what features make a smart building “smart” and how the lighting control system fits in.
Chuck Cameron, MIES
Controls Sales Engineer-Northeast, GE Current, a Daintree Company.
Chuck Cameron works with specifiers, distributors, and contractors to provide effective and efficient lighting controls. He recent joined the factory team at GE Current, a Daintree Company, after spending eight years leading the controls effort at a NYC sales agency. Prior to that, Chuck spent sixteen years as a lighting design consultant. His lighting enhances the environments of landmarks, museums, restaurants, galleries, residences, infrastructure, and public spaces from Seattle to Miami to Scotland. In addition, he teaches at the New York School of Interior Design in the MPS in Interior Lighting Design program. Chuck served as the 89th president of the IESNYC from 2011-2013 and he is also a founding director of the Building Energy Exchange (BEEx).