Joseph R. Knisley

Articles by Joseph R. Knisley
The Office of the Future
Need for energy efficiency and sustainability expected to drive growth in future office lighting designs
DC Power to the People
Direct current power systems bring micro-grid to the office
BICSI Field Report: 2011 Fall Conference
New products, revised standards, and expanding markets highlight this event
Lightfair International 2011 Field Report
Show draws 22,000 attendees and exhibitors to Philadelphia
LEDucation 5 -- Field Report
Championing the design and application of LED light sources
Saving Energy with Networked Streetlights
How an electrical power system can become part of an outdoor local area network
BICSI 2011 Winter Conference Field Report
Highlights from the BICSI winter conference, held January 16-20 in Orlando
Lightfair International 2010: Field Report
Show ends with record-breaking 22,000 registered attendees, increasing attendance by 10% from previous year
LED Update — Part 2
The latest developments in light-emitting diode (LED) technology – part 2
BICSI Field Report: 2010 Fall Conference
Although the 4,000 attendees at the BICSI Fall Conference showed up with new business opportunity and restricted budget issues on their minds, they were still able to focus on the emerging technologies being discussed and learn about new cabling products and hardware that can support the next generation of networks
LED Update — Part 1
The latest developments in light-emitting diode (LED) technology – part 1
Standards are Key to Widespread LED Adoption
The solid-state lighting (SSL) revolution taking place in the lighting world today was brought up-to-date at a conference in New York this past March.
BICSI Field Report: 2010 Winter Conference
More than 4,600 information transport systems professionals converge on Orlando for annual winter event
BICSI Fall Conference Field Report
Las Vegas fall meeting focuses on security, building automation, and IP convergence
BICSI Spring Conference Field Report
As was evidenced by the content of educational presentations, products displayed on the exhibit hall floor, and casual conversations between colleagues,
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