Wednesday, Sep 18, 2013

In what is believed to be a world’s first, the Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand has published a 48-page practical design guide to the professional lighting of cricket venues.
The guide has been compiled by IESANZ sports lighting specialists and covers general illumination requirements for cricket, as well as the more exacting requirements for televised matches.

 

In what is believed to be a world’s first, the Illuminating Engineering Society of Australia and New Zealand has published a 48-page practical design guide to the professional lighting of cricket venues.

The guide has been compiled by IESANZ sports lighting specialists and covers general illumination requirements for cricket, as well as the more exacting requirements for televised matches.

While the guide can stand alone as a technical document, it was prepared primarily as a companion to existing sports lighting standards and codes such as the Australian AS2560 series of standards. The focus on lighting requirements for cricket was chosen to fill a gap not currently satisfied by these standards – in particular, television.

 

Richly illustrated in full colour with diagrams and high quality photographs, the guide will be an indispensable tool for sports lighting professionals, cricket administrators and sports television broadcasters in cricket-loving nations around the world.

 

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