Convenient installation, fast start-up and above all simple planning and operation. These are the wishes of both planners and users with regard to the light management system of the future.
Today's distribution centres are no longer cubic "boxes" within purely functional utilisation surroundings but intelligent, sustainable and modern buildings that can be flexibly used, and for this reason they need to be individually tailored to the client. This was also the case with New Logic VIII in Tilburg, Netherlands, constructed for the logistics specialists DOKVAST. TRILUX functioned as general contractor for lighting systems from the development stage onwards.
The Heidelberg international comprehensive school in Germany prepares over 1,800 pupils for the serious side of life. Tolerance of others, promoting peace and protecting the environment are just some important topics communicated there. The last point is effectively demonstrated thanks to the energy-efficient refurbishment of the 20,000 m2 school complex – energy savings of 89% is now achieved just via the new LED lighting technology from TRILUX.
The jury is still out on what exactly constitutes a “smart city”. The term is used to apply to technical, economic and social innovations meant to make our cities more efficient, sustainable and pleasant to live in.
Intelligent light will revolutionise our everyday life just as the invention of the incandescent bulb did way back when. The entry of LED technology into the mass market already constitutes the foundation for these far-reaching changes.