Renowned brands are showing off their latest smart home products at the 21st Hong Kong International Lighting Fair, which opened yesterday at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The diversification and increasing sophistication of smart-home products is leading to growing demand in the market. Close to 100 exhibitors showcase the latest smart-lighting products and solutions.
The highlighted Connected Living • Smart Home zone features a range of lighting products and technologies for smart living, including renowned brands such as Osram, Prosperity Group, Tuya, Tmall Genie AI Union Partner Jingxun Software and Bright Power Semiconductor, Broadlink, a strategic partner of Baidu, Opple, Panasonic and PHILIPS. The Smart Lighting & Solutions zone showcases an array of fashionable lighting designs, management systems, control panels and smart lighting design solutions.
Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the Autumn Lighting Fair will run until October 30, Wednesday. More than 2,700 exhibitors from 35 countries and regions are taking part to showcase innovative, fashionable and practical lighting products.
The Autumn Lighting Fair brings together a huge range of smart-lighting products and solutions to capture the attention of global buyers. Among the featured products are:
- Chronogy eyewear: smart light-therapy glasses that create supplemental lighting comparable to natural light. The lighting can be adjusted via a mobile app according to preferred sleep patterns and different time zones in order to improve sleep quality. (Booth: 1CON-003)
- Smart wall switch: this easy-to-use device supports remote control via Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G, enabling dimming, colour temperature adjustment, and personalised scheduling. The installation is simple. (Booth: 1CON-009)
- Smart-bulb converter: a small device that turns ordinary light bulbs into smart bulbs, enabling bulbs to be controlled via a mobile app. (Booth: 1E-D28)
Various seminars and forums are being organised during the fair period. “The Ecosystem of Connected Living”, held today and tomorrow (27-28 October), features representatives from industry leaders such as Panasonic, Opple and TCL to examine the latest trends and developments in smart home lighting. Another seminar, “The Latest Standards and Requirements for the LED Industry”, on 29 October will discuss the Internet of Things (IoT), global standards for smart lighting, digital lighting control and wireless technology applications.