The 28th Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition (GILE) closed on the 12th at the Guangzhou Canton Fair Exhibition Hall, with an overall exhibition area of over 220000 square meters, covering 22 exhibition halls, attracting 3318 domestic and foreign brand enterprises to participate and actively exploring the market.
With the development of artificial intelligence Internet of Things (AIoT) technology, the application pace of lighting and LED technology in segmented fields such as health, intelligence, agriculture, and urban renewal has further accelerated. The theme of this exhibition is "Light+Future", focusing on different themes such as "Light+AIoT", "Light+Healthy Environment", "Light+Sports", "Light+Art", "Light+City", and "Light+Energy". The latest achievements of optoelectronic technology in smart homes, smart agriculture, urban landscapes, and other fields have been unveiled.
The reporter visited the exhibition site and saw the collective appearances of leading brands in the lighting industry at home and abroad, such as Sanxiong Aurora, Ouman, and Foshan Lighting. Emerging brands in LED application fields such as Infineon, Hongli, and Lidda have also brought new technologies and products.
"The smart road system on display, which uses the Internet of Things and self built cloud platform technology, and is equipped with smart light poles, can monitor the working status and traffic operation of each street light on the road in real time to achieve automatic patrol, centralized control and unified management." Chen Zhibin, director of intelligent products of Foshan Lighting Appliances, said.
Since the beginning of this year, the cultural and tourism industry has accelerated its recovery, with an increasing demand for large-scale light and shadow shows and other related products. Many enterprises have accelerated their layout in the field of outdoor landscape lighting. Li Quan, Deputy Director of Sanxiong Aurora Brand management Center, said that outdoor landscape lighting will be more focused on design and construction. Some urban lighting projects are created as city cards, which need to reflect local cultural characteristics.