12 May 2021 | from 11:00 BST
This presentation will be looking at Dialux 4.13, the unsupported yet favoured and fully functional software. It will look to discuss the workflow and functions, the benefits (Sports & Emergency) and the limitations (support, Windows, workflow, daylight, speed).
Following this, the presentation will move on to Dialux evo, the new software on the block, that seems to have been around for a long time but is un-used by many. It will explore the ways that it is different - the UI, workflow, calculations and flexibility. Also exploring how it develops on to work with newer ideas and larger projects, how it makes workflow easier, but it does feel way different, scary even! We’ll also look at where it is so much better (daylight, buildings, speed, BIM, rendering, objects & outputs) and where we are still struggling (emergency & sports).
This presentation will involve a few slides, but mainly live operation of the software to show how it differs and answer you questions.
Iain Macrae CEng FSLL MCIBSE
Iain graduated in Mechanical Engineering but still found his way into lighting. Over more than 30 years he has worked in manufacturing, design, marketing, application and technical teams including a wide range of projects across the world. Iain is a Chartered Engineer, consultant and founded the training company Light Unwrapped, delivering blended learning as a recognised expert. He always advises those around him “There is no such thing as a stupid question” and enjoys the challenge of finding answers to student and client problems. He is past president of the Society of Light & Lighting, Chair of SLL Lighting Guide 5, Lighting for Education, DIALux trainer for the UK, committee member of BSI for Lighting and convenor of CEN TC 169 WG4 Lighting energy in buildings. Iain specifies and designs lighting solutions as well as working on business strategy, product strategy and product development for new and existing lighting companies. He is a globally experienced speaker and mentor within the lighting industry.
This event was organised by the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL). If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44 (0) 208 772 3685