In times of energy crisis is darkness the only solution? "Necessity is the mother of invention" and so it happens that energy is desperately in need of invention.
For architects and installers, projects such as the Sybir Memorial Museum in Bialystok, are a real challenge.
Due to current occasion, many cities and municipalities are considering reducing the energy consumption of their often outdated municipal outdoor lighting.
What Sortimo, the market leader for in-vehicle equipment, has just built on the highway near Zusmarshausen is much more than a state-of-the-art charging park for e-mobility. The approximately 35.000 m² site with currently 72 charging points was designed as a campus for digitalization, energy efficiency and innovations. The right lighting for such a large and innovative project? Comes from TRILUX, of course.
Machine factory JMBA used to operate in two business premises that were connected by an airlock. Due to lack of space, JMBA decided to build a new business location in Someren (The Netherlands).
TRILUX offers smart and networked lighting solutions for car parks which combine efficiency and safety. This also improves user experience and brings digitalisations to car parks.
Controlling lighting with daylight sensors and presence detectors promises savings in terms of energy consumption.