In March, I will be traveling to Eastern Canada to present Photometry 101. This is an expanded presentation that I have given in the past, most notably at the Street and Area Lighting Conference. The presentation will take a look at the basics of photometry including: The different types of photometry, how it is created, how to view files and plots, and more importantly how to apply the proper distribution for specific scenarios.
I will be presenting for three local IES sections on the following dates:
March 25th Halifax, Nova Scotia Section #76
March 26th Moncton, New Brunswick Section #17
March 27th Fredericton, New Brunswick Section #50
If you are in the area, come out and enjoy a new take on what can be perceived as a complex subject.