In The Hague, the Melis Stokelaan is equipped with Luxis luminaires from Lightwell in March. This large thoroughfare was a light-technical challenge, as the single row of masts with double holders have to light up a large area – including parallel bike path. After an extensive pilot, the Lightwell fixture came out of the test as the best and then the luminaires were expertly placed by installer PCO-Infra. The luminaires are equipped with Zhaga interface with which they can be equipped with a smart lighting system in the future. Johan de Ruijter, process leader for public lighting of the municipality of The Hague, is satisfied with the result:
“Because the Luxis is equipped with Zhaga, we can start using a smart system at any time. If the Melis Stokelaan change in the future and therefore need less or more light, then we can easily achieve this through smart lighting integration.”
Lightwell is also delighted with the result, sales director Virgil Warnars said:
“The Hague is a special city for our company. We have already done some innovative smart city pilots with the city and the first Friso Kramer luminaires were placed in the Hofstad in 1960. The fact that we have now been able to do a major project with the Luxis is another step. Very impressive to see so many fixtures in this long and busy avenue right through the city. The great thing is that the project will be delivered during this period. Because even in the corona crisis, we continue to be full of energy and Lightwell produces more fixtures than ever before.”
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