Opple Lighting, the leading integrated lighting manufacturer, held a successful LED lighting seminar at Emperor’s Palace in Johannesburg, South Africa on April 16, featuring its smart lifestyle concept as well as scenario-based lighting solutions.

Lu, General Manager of OPPLE Lighting Africa Region, attended the fair and delivered a speech at the ‘See Beyond’ seminar. He stated that, “Future smart lighting should focus on maturity, appropriate technology, artificial intelligence, IoT (Internet of Things) technology and communication technology. OPPLE promotes a smart lifestyle powered by smart lighting and a people-oriented lighting concept. OPPLE’s focus is never on a single product, but an integrated system that can achieve the unity of people’s vision, physiology and emotion.”

As the leading lighting brand in the world, Opple has been sparing no effort providing consumers with quality and healthy lighting experience, with 100 000 sales points worldwide including 3500 OPPLE brand shops, a R&D team of more than 400 engineers and over 6000 employees. With strong advantages in comprehensive scenario solutions and the largest industrial lighting site in Asia, OPPLE’s lighting products have been widely applied in shopping malls, commercial chains, buildings, and outdoor landscapes, winning trust from customers.

During the 'See Beyond' Lighting Seminar in Johannesburg, OPPLE welcomed over one hundred attendees from different sectors and attracted various media reporters.

Enquiries: www.opple.com/en

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