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Lutron Brings Energy-Saving Light Control Solutions to ULI 2010 Fall Meeting and Urban Land Expo
Posted on Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Washington D.C. (October 13, 2010) – Representatives from across the commercial and residential real estate development and management industry will converge on Washington October 13-15, 2010, for the annual ULI Fall Meeting and Urban Land Expo of the Urban Land Institute – the world’s leading conference and exposition for real estate developers, investors, planners, designers and land use professionals.

Workshops, seminars, tours and the trade show floor will provide attendees with a wealth of networking, educational, and business opportunities, all designed to support the Institute’s mission: providing leadership in responsible land use, and in creating and sustaining thriving communities.

Lutron proudly supports the ULI mission as a corporate sponsor and show exhibitor. The company will be showcasing a wide variety of light and shade control solutions that save energy and create sustainable facilities in Booth 373.

Booth highlights include:
 

  • Quantum® total light management with Hyperion™ solar adaptive shading and the Green Glance tracking program
  • RadioRA® 2 wireless residential light and shade control system
  • GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless customizable preset light and shade control system
  • Radio Powr Savr™ wireless occupancy/vacancy sensor
  • Sivoia® QS shading system
  • Ivalo® Aliante interior demi-sconce


Commercial and residential building developers, managers, planners and designers can get a first-hand look at sustainable, expandable total light management solutions designed to help reduce operating costs, save energy, increase revenue and retain tenants. For more information, view www.ulifall.org.