|April 10, 2017|
|5:30 pm||to||7:30 pm|
The IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section PES/IAS Joint Chapter is pleased to present a seminar talk from Mr. Adam Chaffey, P.Phys of LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. The seminar is titled “Manufacturing and Product Development of 21st Century Street Lights”.
The talk is co-hosted by the Canadian Atlantic Sections Women in Engineering (WIE) Affinity Group.
Details of the seminar are listed below. Register early as seating is limited.
|Title:||Manufacturing and Product Development of 21st Century Street Lights|
|Speaker:||Mr. Adam Chaffey
P.Phys of LED Roadway Lighting Ltd.
|Time:||5:30pm – 7:30pm, April 10th, 2017|
|Place:||Lindsay Children’s Room
Halifax Central Library
5440 Spring Garden Rd
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada B3J 1E9
|Cost:||Free but please register early as seating is limited|
|RSVP:||Please register here for the event.|
High performance LED technology and electronics manufacturing have combined to revolutionize the lighting industry. Where once a lamp and a luminaire could be assembled in “anyone’s garage”, modern lighting manufacturing requires the experience and processes of high-yield electronics assembly and manufacturing. This presentation will focus on product development and issues in the lighting industry. An industry where new technologies, modes of thinking, and products need to be created to fulfill the promise of the light emitting diode as the platform for the lighting of today and tomorrow.
Adam has been involved in the development of industry leading LED luminaires for street and roadway lighting applications since 2008. During his R&D experience at LED Roadway Lighting, he was primarily involved in the design of the LED optical systems as well as market approval and certification activities.
He is an active participant on the ANSI C136 Committee on Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment, and the ANSI C137 Committee on Lighting Systems. He is currently serving as Past-Chair of the Education Subcommittee for the annual IES Street and Area Lighting Conference. Adam is a licensed Professional Physicist (P.Phys). He holds an Honors B.Sc. in Astrophysics from Saint Mary’s University, an M.Sc. in Physics from Dalhousie, and has been awarded two patents for LED optical systems design. He is currently Manager of Technical Services, where he oversees a technical support team that operates in many areas of the diverse global lighting market.