Defining product goals and requirements with the customer
Starting the product design, following specifications for: industrial, mechanical, thermal and optical design - power supply/driver, controllers, battery calculation, solar panels if required, etc
Providing the customer with 3D models and simulations
Providing the customer with prototypes
Implementing customer feedback into the product guidelines
Obtaining the required certifications
We can manufacture custom products on demand, starting up from a simple drawing, blueprint or an idea of what the final product should look like. We developed many such projects for multiple partners including:
ORANGE Romania - Obstruction lighting system with alarm
DUBAI - The Palm Jumeirah project
Complete obstruction lighting system for small and medium airports
Lighting sytem for pedestrial crosswalks
The is a great example of a project that started from a picture of the building, as seen in daylight. Then came the lighting simulation, based on the photometric curves of the lighting fixtures we manufacture. The last picture shows the real-life end result of the same building, lit up by our lighting fixtures.
This would be another specific simulation project example for one of the most beautiful churches simulated. We wanted to highlight the remarkable architecture of this place of worship, and so we did, by lighting up the crosses with a cool light, from which other rays of warmer light radiate like a halo. We did all this, using LED liniar projectors, the domes where lighted in amber, to reproduce the color of candles, a symbol of the church.
We are constantly designing and developing new products looking to satisfy our customers' needs. It all starts with a 3D model for mechanical and optical simulations, using specialized software. The next step is the manufacturing of a working prototype of the product to be used in physical photometric simulatiotions in our lab, to analyze and optimize the real operating parameters. At last, for the endorsement, the final-stage product is tested and certified in an external lab, then shipped back with all the required approvals for mass manufacturing.