OSRAM-OS virtual tradeshow from LightFair May 12th – 14th 2010

 OSRAM Opto Semiconductors features LIGHTFAIR 2010 through its new virtual web portal

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors features LIGHTFAIR 2010 through its new virtual web portal

As you know, Mr Green and I are great fans of LED lighting. We’ve installed LEDs for the downstairs of our home and they are running from a small solar panel.

I was excited to hear about OSRAM Opto-Semiconductors (OSRAM-OS) latest venture. The company make LED’s for a variety of uses and they are exhibiting at LightFair 2010; a lighting trade show, which takes place May 12 – 14 in Las Vegas.

What if you can’t make it to Las Vegas?

Virtual tradeshow

OSRAM-OS have the answer with their Virtual TradeShow; a new section of its LED Light site dedicated to LIGHTFAIR International 2010.

Here you’ll be able to see featured LED news, interviews, commentary, lighting expert blog posts, video updates and Flickr photo streams.

So if you’re interested in LED Lighting but don’t live near LightFair, you can attend LightFair 2010 virtually and get a good idea of what is happening.

LED and social media

This Virtual Trade Show site is a fantastic example of the LED industry embracing social media, and using it to communicate and engage with it’s audience. It enables customer interaction both at the event and around the world.

The virtual trade show page will include continuously updated content as the company prepares for the event, and live updates from the OSRAM Opto Semiconductors’ display at Booth 315 at LIGHTFAIR.

LED technology

The page will provide an online look at OSRAM Opto Semiconductors’ “The Future — Illuminated” themed exhibit showcasing LED products designed for indoor and outdoor general lighting applications, greenhouse and photochemical applications, and architectural and façade lighting. In addition, the exhibit will showcase the company’s fine white binning process and their cutting-edge ORBEOS OLED technology.

LightFair 2010

More than 19,000 design, lighting, architectural, and engineering professionals are expected to attend LIGHTFAIR International and there will be 70 courses on offer, covering all areas of lighting technology.


  1. Randy A Bishop on May 29, 2010 at 8:43 pm

    I use LEDs for outside solar lights.

  2. Mrs Green on May 31, 2010 at 9:11 am

    @Randy A Bishop: Hello Randy; welcome to the site. Good to hear you are using LEDs for your solar lights – do you find them effective?