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Energy Management Solution Engineering Leader, LG Electronics
4

much more information on lighting system is included in the section

Architect, DAR
5

NICE..AWESOME

Owner, Home Workshop, Ltd.
5

Good presentation. I would have appreciated more diagrams regarding differences in light distribution patterns for both interior and exterior LED fixtures as replacements for existing designs. Is there glare or shadows if spacing is not adjusted?

Structure Tone, LLC
5

excellent

The Folinus Collaborative
2

not terribly interesting examples---felt i was just mostly walking through a lighting catalog

Senior Associate, ARCADIS
5

Lots of information on LED lighting, fixtures and controls.

4

Well explaned

3

Fast paced presentation. Rated as basic - that is if you have a background in lighting.

Associate Principal, Arup
4

Very good and informative!

Architect of the Capitol
4

Would appreciate specific credits on the early graph slides. Good presentation of design considerations in choosing components and systems.

Energy Specialist, The Weidt Group
5

lots of good information regarding LED lighting and controls

Solutions Development Engineer, Honeywell
4

great overview of LED lighting technology

Richlite Company
1

too much general information and constant referrals to seek help from vendors and manufacturers. I was hoping to learn what controls work with what LEDs without having to use the vendor to source this every time.

Analyst, Vertical Research Partners
4

Very interesting topic

USACE-Project Manager, U.S. Army
4

Good course.

Operations Manager, JLL
4

Very informative and useful.

5

Comprehensive, informative and extremely well contented.

Electrical Designer, Rombald Inc.
5

Very informative, worth listening in.

THE PALUMBO GROUP
4

Very good info.

President, Stephens Mechanical Engineering LLC
4

Great content and descriptions.

Director of Development, Onex Real Estate Partners
4

very informative. I leaned a thing or three

Managing Director, DCarbon
Pro Reviewer
4

This is a great course with too much technical but useful information for LED lighting. Unless prepared to spend 90 minutes on a very technical course, it might seem quite extensive to learners looking for a compact course. However, the course is a great chance to understand LED products and get an overview of new and retrofit applications. Very useful examples and helpful hand-outs. The Q&A session was also very helpful. it is recommended that some direct references to LEED contributions would be highly appreciated.

Preconstruction Specialist, Ryan Companies US, Inc.
3

This was A LOT of content to comprehend. The content was good and so was the delivery but if there was a way to cut this down to an hour I think it would be better. Great examples used.

Arup
5

Touched on a lot of aspects, interior/exterior, controls, replacements, retrofits, etc.

Senior Project manager, DNA Architects, Pentland Green LLC
3

Very informative, alot of information. Good to know about dimming and bulb compatibility.

Engineer, Purdue University
3

Good course for someone who wants to get a very basic overview of the types and usage of LED lights.

Arup
4

Nice overview of LED.

5

Loved the practicality and thoroughness of the presenter plus it is an exciting topic

Vice President of Marketing, Product Development, and Design , ConTech Lighting
Pro Reviewer
3

This course provides the viewer with an overview of LED products for use in new and retrofit applications. In addition, the presenter explains how various LED products differ from each other and incumbent technologies. Many images are included to help the viewer understand the impact LED products can have in a space. This is a basic level seminar, so the viewer does not need any prior lighting experience. Beginning architects, engineers, and building professionals would benefit from viewing this program. Take appropriate notes throughout the presentation because a single list for optimal lighting is not included and there is a little disorganization among the content. Despite these minor issues, the content is appropriate and provides the viewer with a good overview of LED Lighting.

principal, Energy Performance Engineering, LLC
4

good information

Technical Leader , Cisco Systems Inc.
4

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Communications Project Engineer, HNTB Corporation
5

Useful, practical, up-to-date information, knowledgeable presenter.

CH2M
5

Good information from a knowledgeable source.

Sr. Energy Engineer, Siemens Industry, Inc.
5

A timely discourse in LED technology

4

lots of very insightful information

Interior Designer, Price Modern
5

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Project Manager, Brightworks Sustainability
Pro Reviewer
4

This course provides a detailed overview of commercial LED lighting, as outlined in the course objectives. LED lights are used more frequently in new construction projects so LED technologies and lighting controls are an important topic for both lighting designers and developers looking how to upgrade their lighting systems. The presenter also discusses lighting controls such as occupancy/vacancy sensors and lighting network controls, and the benefits of installing these controls. The speaker is very knowledge and dynamic when presenting this topic, and uses graphics to enhance the presentation. There was also a Q&A at the end of the presentation which clarified some questions a typical viewer may have.

I was hoping this course would cover interior lighting quality as it relates to the LEED v4 credit, but it is more of an overview of LED lighting in general, geared more towards owners, lighting designers, architects, and electrical engineers. Perhaps they could do another course on how LED lighting contributes to LEED credits. The presentation also discusses exterior lighting so it would be great to learn how LED lighting helps meet maximum BUG ratings per the light pollution reduction credit!

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