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20. February 2017
Software ›

DIALux catalogue updates:

ABB DTS, Airfal International, Arlight, ASMETEC GmbH, ASTZ (Ardatovsky svetotekchnichesky zavod), Aura Light, Benito, BENITO...

01. March 2017
LUMsearch Partner News ›

Perdix specializes in LED lighting and is also able to produce special luminaires for specific projects.

23. February 2017
DIALux Standard Partner News ›

It is with great pleasure that we welcome V-TAC to the circle of DIALux partners.

21. February 2017
Lighting Technology ›

In lighting design, when working independently of any manufacturer interests, one is often faced with the question of which product to use for a desired application. The technical requirements are, of course, defined in the plans but still the question remains: which manufacturer has the best product with the best price/performance ratio? On the market there are numerous similar products whose differences it is very difficult to recognize.

01. February 2017
LUMsearch Partner News ›

Based in Shenzhen, this company is mainly engaged in providing complete solutions for the retail sector.

24. January 2017
DIALux Standard Partner News ›

We extend a warm welcome to Holophane in our circle of DIALux partners.

01. January 2017
LUMsearch Partner News ›

Based in Neuss this company focuses its priorities on safety technology, load-lifting equipment and service.

07. December 2016
Software ›

DIALux catalogue updates:

abalight, Arlight, ASTZ, Bright Special Lighting, Castaldi, Dextra, EATON, Endo, ESYLUX, Fagerhult Belysning, Gewiss, Glamox...

07. December 2016
Software ›

In the new version, DIALux evo 7, which will be released in the spring of 2017, it will be possible, for the very first time, to import IFC files....

07. December 2016
Smart Building Design ›

The »Apartimentum« in Hamburg is a residential development of technically sophisticated luxury apartments behind a late nineteenth century (Gründerzeit) façade. The investor Lars Hinrichs is offering fully networked »Flat rate Living« – at monthly rents in the four-to five-digit range with Nest thermostats, IP-controlled water faucets, push notification when mail is deposited in the letter box and a front door which is opened via bluetooth from the smartphone. There is also talk of energy saving of »up to 30%«, but it is comfort, security and exclusivity which is in the foreground. The message is ambivalent because it encourages the latent prejudice that smart buildings are a luxury which we can do without.