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Street & Area Lighting Conference

IES Street & Area Lighting Conference 2024 | Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, Georgia | September 22-25, 2024 | Banner

2024 Street & Area Lighting Conference

Atlanta, GA, September 22-25, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, 265 Peachtree Center Ave NE, Atlanta, GA. 30303

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The IES Street and Area Lighting Conference appeals to a broad spectrum of attendees with a primary focus of improving outdoor lighting. The conference program provides outdoor lighting training classes, seminars, networking sessions and an exhibit hall
 
Attendees come from across the country and internationally representing utilities, municipalities, DOTs, consulting and engineering firms, research firms, manufacturing firms and educational institutions.
 
Full Conference registration includes food & drink throughout the event.
The SALC Reception welcomes all
Casino Night at SALC
Ladies In Lighting Reception
Networking is ever important at SALC
The SALC Exhibit Hall

Why You Should Attend SALC

The IES Street & Area Lighting Conference (SALC) is the premier event that brings together decision-makers and their supporting teams from public and private sector utility companies, municipalities, and departments of transport to explore the latest developments, research, and trends in the street and area lighting industry and learn about the implementation of new technologies and solutions that will enable safer, greener, and more resilient lighting systems, at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, September 22-25, 2024.  ​

SALC allows the lighting community to come together to explore the deployment of lighting technologies that provide better roadway illumination, improve system reliability, promote sustainability, and increase operational efficiency and productivity.​

The Conference features a robust program that includes:

  • New technology introductions
  • Technical presentations, panel discussions
  • Summaries of cutting-edge research and case studies of other projects that would be relevant to our system and customers
  • The latest industry standards and trends, helping give a new perspective and better-informed skills to implement into current projects.
  • Plus the largest and most focused showcase of suppliers to all aspects of this industry!

Don’t wait any longer – register now!

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

REGISTER NOW!

Early Bird

Closes June 27

Regular

IES Member Full Conference Registration 

$1,015

$1,165

Non-Member Full Conference Registration 

$1,275

$1,425

One Day Only Pass – IES Member

$515

$615

One Day Only Pass – Non-Member

$615

$715

Exhibit Hall Only

$449

$499

Welcome Reception Only

$165

$215

All registration prices in USD

Agenda

Sunday, September 22
Monday, September 23
Tuesday, September 24
Wednesday, September 25
8:30am-3:30pm

Sunday Class: Fundamentals of Outdoor LightingEric Haugaard, Duane Henderson 

Sunday Class: Outdoor Lighting Applications—Matt Hartley

Sunday Class: Outdoor Lighting Controls—Amanda Dixon, John McBride

Sunday Class: Outdoor Lighting Computer Aided DesignDonna Gafford, Maureen Castillo

Sunday Class: Smart Cities and Communities—Cindy Malinchak, Rohan Patil

5:00-6:00pm 

Ladies in Lighting Reception

6:30-8:30pm

Welcome Reception

7:00am-5:00pm 

Registration Open

7:00-8:00am 

 Breakfast

8:00-8:30am 

Welcome & Opening Comments

8:30-8:45am 

Welcome Speaker

8:45-9:15am 

Keynote Speaker—Jackie Jags

9:15-9:45am 

ELMAR’s Smart Grid—Anthony A Irausquin

9:45-10:00am 

Networking Break

9:55-10:00am 

Housekeeping

10:00-10:30am 

Design of Poles for Span Wire Lighting—Jay Baumgartner

10:30-11:00am 

Blinded by the Light? Reconsidering Street Lighting’s Impact on Crime Prevention—Nick Mesler

11:00-11:30am 

Amber LEDs: A Win-Win for People and the Environment—Leora Radetsky, Tony Esposito

11:30am-2:00pm 

Lunch & Exhibits

1:55-2:00pm 

Housekeeping

2:00-2:30pm 

What the Data Shows – How Structurally Healthy Are Most Area and Street Lighting Poles and Foundations?—Kenneth Johnson

2:30-3:00pm 

Light and Biophilic Effect—Stephen Lockey

3:00-3:30pm 

D.C. Smart Street Lighting: Brighter Better Connected D.C—Christian Lockard

3:30-3:45pm 

Network Breakout Session Announcement/Break

3:45-4:45pm 

Network Breakout Sessions

5:00-7:00pm 

Exhibitor Reception & Exhibits

7:00am-5:00pm 

Registration Open

7:00-8:00am 

 Breakfast

7:55-8:00am 

Housekeeping

8:00-8:45am 

Light Up the Night—City of Atlanta—Tim Hester

8:45-9:15am 

Revolutionizing Connectivity: Exploring the Impact of DALI D4i on the Future of Area and Street Lighting—Michael Davidson

9:15-9:45am 

What’s Bugging Us About BUG Ratings?—Shirley Coyle

9:45-10:00am 

Break

9:55-10:00am 

Housekeeping

10:00-10:30am 

Bring ‘Em Home Alive – Using 2024 NFPA 70E, 2023 NESC and 2023 NEC to Keep Electrical Workers Safe—Christopher DeWaal

10:30-11:00am 

Implementing DALI-2 D4i: Unlocking the Mystery of Memory Bank 1 for Enhanced Asset Management & Lighting Control—Breanna McElroy

11:00-11:30am 

From Sunlight to Streetlight: Transforming Utilities with Solar LightingMartin Saunier-Plumaz

11:30-2:00pm 

Lunch & Exhibits

1:55-2:00pm 

Housekeeping

2:00-2:30pm 

Breaking Down the Barriers to Adaptive Lighting—Ron Gibbons

2:30-3:00pm 

The Energy and Operational Impacts of Using 0–10v Operational Control for LED Streetlights—Michael Poplawski

3:00-3:30pm 

Advancing the Nighttime Environment: Connecting People and Places through Sustainable Outdoor Illumination—Tara Belloni

3:30-3:45pm 

Network Breakout Session Announcement/Break

3:45-4:45pm 

Network Breakout Sessions

8:00-11:00pm 

Casino Night Reception

7:00am-12:00pm 

Registration Open

7:00-8:00am 

Breakfast

7:55-8:00am 

 Housekeeping

11:00 a.m. –12:30 p.m.

Your Streetlight as a Meter? —Larry Paulhus, Amanda Dixon

8:30-9:00am 

How the Growing Texas City of Bee Cave Kept the Stars Big and BrightLindsey Oskoui

9:00-9:30am 

Case Study: Maintaining Unmetered Customer Lighting Data—Shannon Hackett

9:30am-10:15am 

BABAA Deep Dive – Explanation and Precise Interpretation of the Material Categories (Iron & Steel Compliance, Manufactured Products Compliance, Construction Materials Compliance)—Dustin Painter

10:15-10:30am 

Break 

10:25-10:30am 

Housekeeping

10:30am-11:00am 

Causes of Excessive Color Changes in Streetlights—Lynn Davis

11:00-11:50am 

Industry Updates—Becky Rainer, Jeremy Yon

11:50am-12:00pm 

Closing Remarks—Keith Kesse, SALC 2025 Planning Chair

Book Your Conference Hotel Room Today!

Hotel and Venue

Atlanta Marriott Marquis
265 Peachtree Center Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30303

The Atlanta Marriott Marquis is the perfect venue for the 2024 Street & Area Lighting Conference! At just an average of $237 USD per room night, IES works to get the lowest room rate possible for all of our attendees.

Book your hotel room now to secure these great rates.
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Become an SALC 2024 Partner

BECOME A SPONSOR OR EXHIBITOR

Partner Opportunities are Now Open

Want to reach over 900 lighting professionals?

Engage with industries leading Outdoor Lighting professionals at this years Street and Area Lighting Conference with one of our tailored packages.
Choose from all encompassing packages that include an exhibit booth, online and in-person branding, exhibit table & marketing suites opportunities.
IES Sustaining Members benefit from a substantial discount on the sponsorship & exhibit packages!

Partner opportunities are now available for the Conference together with various networking events.

Click the image to view the full opportunities and contact us now through one of the button links to book.

Thank you to our 2024 SALC Sponsors & Exhibitors!

For information regarding the 2024 IES SALC please contact Tiffany – tiffany@hifigroup.com.

Lighting Leader Sponsors

Cooper Lighting Solutions
Current

Performance Sponsors

CQC logo
Cree Lighting logo
Dali Alliance logo
Ohli Lighting by Dhyan logo
Evluma
Flashnet logo
Hubbell Lighitng, Inc.
Lumecon logo
Spring City Electrical Mfg. Co., Inc logo
Utility Metals logo
Click Here to view the current SALC exhibit floor plan

Ladies In Lighting Sponsor

Cooper Lighting Solutions

Future Street & Area Lighting Conference Dates

2025

21 – 24 September, 2025

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, LA

Cancelation Policy

Registrants who cancel their registration for any reason (including the denial of a travel visa due to delays or other issues) will receive a refund according to the following schedule

  • Registration canceled more than 30 days before the event will be refunded.
  • Registrations canceled less than 30 days but more than ten days before the event will be refunded 75% of the registration fee.
  • Registration canceled less than ten days before the event will not be eligible for a refund.
  • No refunds are granted for “no-shows.”
  • Transfers and substitutions of registration are not allowed.

Processing of Refunds

  • Refunds of registrations paid by credit card will be made by refunding to that credit card. Refunds of registrations paid by check will be made by check to the person or organization that issued the cheque.
  • All refunds should be requested in writing by completing the Refund Request form and emailed to oloukina@ies.org (over-the-phone cancellations will NOT be accepted).
  • ALL cancellations and refunds processed will incur a $99 cancellation/processing fee