Smart City is coming – faster and simpler than ever. The prerequisite: a future-proof communal outdoor lighting system. We will demonstrate seven starting points through which lighting is driving digitalisation and Smart City.
The building bricks for tomorrow's success are now being laid at the DATEV IT Campus in Nuremberg, Germany. 1,800 employees develop software solutions at the location that facilitate the work of tax consultants, auditors and lawyers. Germany's fourth-largest software company demands maximum performance but offers attractive work conditions at the same time. In the new DATEV building located in the Fürther Strasse an environment promoting and supporting creativity and performance has been established, and holistic lighting solutions from TRILUX contribute their part in indoor and outdoor areas. Over 6,000 light points were installed to create a homogeneous lighting infrastructure in accordance with a coherent overall concept. With planning, installation, commissioning and maintenance the complete solution also complies with all requirements regarding energy efficiency, design and light comfort.
Imperial College’s first new campus in over a century offers a new urban quarter integrating academic uses with office, residential and retail. Key to this campus is the 17,000-square metre Translation & Innovation Hub (I-HUB), where Imperial College London and Imperial College ThinkSpace have created an entrepreneurial environment that enables the translation of research outcomes into internationally significant technologies.
Twenty years ago, the Düsseldorf Media Harbor was still anything but an innovative and modern city district with a future. At the time, brownfields for industrial goods traffic with cranes,
Everyone in Germany is talking about the need to provide more pre-school childcare in Germany, and the expectations of such daycare centers have risen. The daycare facility for children "am Linsenberg" [...]
For the company headquarters of Gebrüder Andres Transport AG (Gatra AG) in Effretikon, Switzerland, a town with a good 11,000 inhabitants, the local company of HLP Architekten designed a new bus depot, which went into operation at the end of 2012.