Egret Consulting’s Ted Konnerth to Help Lead Smart Lighting Panel at Penton’s IoT Event

The IoT is driving revolutionary changes in LED lighting systems,
and electrical & building professionals need a thorough understanding of existing applications for IoT-enabled LED lighting systems and learn how IoT will be used to control lighting in the future.

“The Real Deal on Smart Lighting: How the IoT is Transforming Today’s Lighting Market,” a panel at Penton Media’s new IoT Emerge event, to be held Nov. 2-4, 2016 at McCormick Place in Chicago, will provide a great introduction to smart lighting systems. Ted Konnerth, president/CEO, Egret Consulting Group, Mundelin, Ill., will be one of the lighting visionaries participating in the panel discussion.  An industry veteran with decades of experience as a senior marketing exec for one of the world’s largest lighting manufacturers, Konnerth is well-known speaker and blogger on Smart Lighting.

The Smart Lighting panel is part of Penton’s ground-breaking event on IoT that will offer attendees 35-plus  IoT expert speakers, more than 30 sessions, four keynote addresses, three co-located partner events, two days of sessions and one day of tours and one exciting expo floor.

By registering now with Discount Code IOTE20-BLDGS16 you can take advantage of special 20% discount for Electrical Wholesaling readers. Click here to register for this exciting event, and don't forget to enter Discount Code IOTE20-BLDGS16. The agenda is now live, and you can view the line up of  speakers.

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