BIOS Lighting VP to Speak at Rocky Mountain Lights in Denver on Sept. 15

Robert Soler to Discuss Biologically Focused Lighting and Its Effects on Human Health

September 7, 2016 – BIOS (Biological Innovation and Optimization Systems), a manufacturer and recognized innovator of LED lighting solutions for biological and horticultural industries, is pleased to announce that Robert Soler, VP of Human Biological Research and Technologies for BIOS, will be speaking at the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America’s Rocky Mountain Lights exhibition in Denver on September 15, 2016.

Soler’s topic for discussion will be biologically focused lighting and its effects on human health and wellness.

“Light not only affects us in a visual sense, but also biologically,” said Soler.”By using the right type of lighting, we are able to improve our overall wellbeing.”

Soler brings a wealth of knowledge with him regarding this subject. Prior to BIOS, Soler worked at Kennedy Space Center where he assisted in designing and building the first LED light for use on the International Space Station (ISS) and collaborated with scientists to use LED light for photo biological purposes in space. His years of experience as an electrical and lighting engineer have led him to become an inventor of 73 issued patents in the U.S.

Rocky Mountain Lights is a free exhibition of lighting and lighting controls at EXDO Event Center in Denver, Colorado. This one-day event will provide continuing education courses throughout from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. as well as networking opportunities. For more information and to register, visit www.iesrmsdenver.org.