*This event is occurring as a live webinar. Registrants will be emailed a link to access the program.*
Large-scale LED displays have become part of the new landscape. As their applications expand beyond the bustle of the crowded metropolis and sports installations, they are finding use in corporate branding, retail spaces, OOH advertising, messaging, wayfinding, and even digital art expos. These displays have considerable safety, environmental, and logistical requirements to ensure harmonious operation with occupants, which should be thoughtfully integrated early in the building design process.
Learning Objective 1: Understand the different type LED displays and applications for each.
Learning Objective 2: Understand relationship between brightness, power requirements, and impact on environmental sustainability.
Learning Objective 3: Understand the applicable legal & life safety code compliance issues related to LED displays.
Learning Objective 4: Understand application limitations and concerns.
Speakers: Mike Mascari, North American Sales Manager
North America’s Sales Manager for Mitsubishi Electric, Mike Mascari has been working in the field for over 20 years. A licensed Professional Engineer in multiple US States, Mascari has a wide breadth of experience with new product design, manufacturing, quality control, and collaborative integration of LED into architectural design. Mascari is a member of AIA and IEEE, and has earned a BSEE as well as an MBA. During his time with Mitsubishi Electric, he has traveled widely to project installation sites, factories, and upstream manufacturers. Mascari is committed to supporting ambitious, customized LED projects across North America.
Tuesday, 11/17, 1:30pm
AIANY Member: Free
AIA Member (not AIANY): $5
General Public: $10
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