Seminar on urban lighting brings together Lyon and Montreal


A seminar on urban lighting was organised by the INSA Lyon and the Centre Jacques Cartier on 2 December 2015 in Lyon.

It took place within the framework of the Entretiens Jacques Cartier, a series of seminars, conferences and events by the Centre Jacque Cartier, an organisation that promotes cooperation between France and Canada.

The seminar brought together some of the key actors in public lighting in France such as AFE (French Lighting Association), ACE (Association of French lighting designers), Cluster Lumière and LUCI, as well as the City of Lyon, to discuss urban lighting with representatives from the City of Montreal and IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America).



It presented an overview of the public lighting in the contexts of Lyon and Montreal and addressed issues affecting both cities, such as urban lighting education programmes, norms and standards, light pollution, citizen feedback and involvement in experimental urban lighting.


See the programme details here (in French)






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