The international jury awarded LOYTEC the award for “Project of the Year 2016” in the “Industrial and Transport Lighting” category and emphasized the benefits of the DALI lighting system.
The market for energy efficiency may have slowed a bit in the industrial sector but in the transport and building sectors, it is all set to grow sharply. With building energy consumption accounting to approximately 40 percent of the total energy consumed in both Europe and North America, the building sector is garnering significant attention from policy makers and technology developers. Similarly, the intensifying demand for fuel efficiency and better road, air and seaway connectivity has necessitated superior machine handling and operation, driving the adoption of energy-efficient engines and vehicles.
Ingersoll Rand Discusses Compressed Air Systems Improvements within the Industrial Manufacturing Sector at ManuTalk...
Ingersoll Rand expert addresses how data-driven, end-to-end assessment of the compressed air system maximises sustainability, reliability and quality objectives
Despite the death of its founder, Zaha Hadid Architects is set to stay in business for a while longer yet – as confirmed by the announcement of a new skyscraper for Qatar's first sustainable city, Lusail. The as-yet unnamed tower is due for completion in 2020.
Nearly half a million square meters of modern office space was delivered to the office market in the key regional cities in 2016. The leader’s position was retained by Lesser Poland’s capital, followed by, amongst others, Wrocław and the Tri-City. According to the report’s authors at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland, current pipeline projects will also support the high growth dynamics in 2017.
The managing directors of LOYTEC, Dietmar Loy and Hans-Jörg SchweinzerAlso in 2015, LOYTEC received the highly coveted “Austria’s Leading Companies Award”. In the category...
After three years of construction work, Siemens has moved into its new headquarters in Munich, Germany. It has apparently cut its annual CO2 emissions by the equivalent of 5.6 million km (3.5 million mi) of air travel, consumes 90 percent less electricity than Siemen's previous HQ and uses 75 percent less water.
Delta Electronics, Inc., a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, and LOYTEC jointly announced on April 29, 2016, that Delta Electronics’ wholly owned subsidiary, Delta Electronics International (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., has acquired shareholdings in Loy Tec electronics GmbH and Innocontrol electronics GmbH (hereinafter referred to as LOYTEC) on April 28, 2016.