LPS 2019 Awards Shortlist: A Recognition for our Contribution to a More Sustainable World!
We’re delighted to announce that a joint technology combination of Luximprint Additive Optics Fabrication Technology and Physionary Faceted Lens Technology is shortlisted for the LPS 2019 Awards. The LPS 2019 Awards are submitted during the LED professional Symposium and Trends in Lighting Event, running from September 24-26, 2019 in Bregenz, Austria. The awards are given to companies that are doing an extraordinary job in taking the Lighting Industry to the next level and help to shape a more sustainable and versatile future for lighting technology and applications.
Celebrating the Complete Spectrum of Light
The awards return this year, bigger and more exciting than before. The LED professional Symposium has increased the awards categories for exhibitors to celebrate the complete spectrum of light. The seven Awards will be presented at a stunning ceremony dinner in Lindau on September 25th. They are given for cutting edge technologies with the strongest impact on lighting, applications and sustainability.
Designed by Physionary, Printed by Luximprint
‘Designed by Physionary and 3D printed by Luximprint’ is THE answer to overcoming the bottlenecks in conventional optics design and manufacture. We believe that using modern mathematical design methods to rapidly generate the required custom optics designs, and have them printed with Additive Optics Fabrication Technology on demand, is the best way forward to manufacture and apply novel lighting systems.
At LPS 2019, over 100 exhibitors will showcase the latest systems, products, equipment and services at the exhibition area during the three event days. The event co-located with Trends in Lighting, the unique, international Lighting Forum & Show that is dedicated to bridging the gap between architecture, application, design and technologies.
LPS 2019 Awards Ceremony
The LPS Awards will be submitted during a special ceremony in the Eil Gut Halle in Lindau, just across the border in Germany, near Lake Constance.