Over 2,000 exhibitors signed up for Light + Building 2024

Market leaders in the fields of lighting, electrical engineering, home and building automation, and networked safety and security technology are among companies already registered to exhibit at Light + Building 2024.

More than 2,000 international exhibitors have signed up for world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building-services technology, to be held in Frankfurt over March 3-8.

Alongside ISH, Light + Building is among two building technology trade fairs hosted every two years by Messe Frankfurt.

Johannes Möller, Head of Light + Building Brand Management, said, “There is a high level of interest in taking part again in 2024, on both the lighting and building sides.

“We are delighted about the many loyal customers who took part in the last edition of the fair, as well as about a whole series of returning exhibitors. They all ensure that Light + Building is the unrivalled, international highlight for the lighting and building-technology sectors.”

As part of the event, Designplus Award by Light + Building will again shine a spotlight on the most innovative products, future-oriented systems and ideas. Exhibitors are invited to enter innovative products by a deadline of January 24, with judging taking place on February 2 and winners recognised at an awards ceremony held during the exhibition at the Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre.

Inclusion of the new Hall 5 adds two modern floors to the exhibition, with a new circular route in its eastern section running from Halls 5 and 6 via the Forum and Hall 3 to Hall 4 via moving walkways.

Market leaders in technical lighting will be found in Halls 3.0 and 5 and the Forum, including Bega, Brumberg, Glamox, iGuzzini, Leds C4, Ledvance, Lichtwerk, Molto Luce, Normagrup, Regiolux, Ridi, RZB, Simes, Thorn, Tridonic, Trilux, XAL and Zumtobel.

Hall 3.1 will focus on decorative and technical, design-oriented lighting with presentations from Artemide, Delta Light, 3F Filippi, Linea Light, Marinelli Luce, Prolicht and Targetti.

Urban lighting for streets and public places will be exhibited by AEC Illuminazione, Benito Urban, Carandini, Eclatec, Fonroche, Leipziger Leuchten, Metalogalva, Ragni and Valmont in Hall 4.0.

In Hall 4.1, visitors will find lighting for industry and special applications, shop and theatre, and emergency and safety with brands including Barthelme, Deko Light, Eaton, Inotec, Nobilé, Opple, Robus, Rutec, Radium, RP Group and SG Armaturen.

A complete spectrum of decorative lighting will be found in Hall 6 with exhibitors such as Authentage, Elstead Lighting, Fan Europe, Konstsmide, Lucide and Nordlux, plus companies taking part in the Turkish pavilion.

Hall 8 with showcase lighting components, sources of light and lighting control systems including Bender + Wirth, BJB, Nichia, Osram, Seoul Semiconductor, TCI, Vossloh-Schwabe and Wago.

Halls 10.1 and 10.2 are devoted to Asian lighting manufacturers, while the latest products, technologies and trends for electrical engineering and home and building automation will be the focus of attention in Halls 9, 11 and 12.

Hall 12.0 exhibitors are set to include ABB, ABL, Bals, Bosch Thermotechnik, Busch-Jaeger, Dehn SE, Kaiser, Niedax, SMA, Stiebel Eltron, Theben, Viessmann and Warema. Hall 12.1 will feature Doepke, Fränkische Rohrwerke, Hager, Mennekes, Hensel, OBO Bettermann and PCE.

Electrotechnical and home and building-automation products continue in Hall 11.0 with exhibitors such as Beckhoff, Phoenix Contact, Rittal, Siemens, Wago and Weidmüller. In Hall 11.1, companies taking part include Gira, Jung, Legrand, MDT, Schneider Electric and Siedle.

The safety and security technology segment, Intersec, has been expanded in Hall 9.0 with exhibitors set to include Abus, BKS, Dom, Gretsch Unitas, Grothe and Winkhaus.

And Hall 9.0 will also feature products and services for electrical engineering, house and building technology from Bacnet, EnOcean, frogblue, Loytec, Megger, Thermokon and Woertz.