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Schréder lights the A2 motorway in the Netherlands, the widest motorway in the world to be lit by LED luminaires

24/11/2016, LED | Project News

Schréder has delivered more than 600 Teceo luminaires to light a section of the A2 motorway between Maarssen and Holendrecht in the Netherlands. This motorway is one of the busiest in the country and incorporates up to 12 lanes in certain sections. The Teceo ensures the correct lighting levels to guarantee safety for all motorists while helping Rijkswaterstaat achieve its objectives of an energy neutral infrastructure.

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Schréder lights the new MTK Stadium in Budapest, the first in Eastern Europe to be lit exclusively by LED technology

10/11/2016, LED | Project News

The OMNIblast lights this innovative stadium thanks to its high performance and flexibility. It provides the required lighting levels for UEFA and FIFA matches and meets the strict criteria for high-definition broadcasting. It also provides theatrical lighting effects to boost excitement for the ultimate fan experience. All, with low operating costs.

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‘Product of the Year’ for the Shuffle!

08/11/2016, Corporate News | Product News

The Shuffle - a smart, interactive lighting column designed to encourage social connectivity in towns and cities - was awarded ‘Product of the Year’ at the HEA Awards 2016. The award was given at the HEA annual dinner and awards ceremony on Thursday 3rd November at the Celtic Manor and Resort in Wales.

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OMNIstar by Schréder improves visibility while cutting energy costs by 77% for CLC fuel storage facility near Lisbon, Portugal

28/09/2016, LED | Project News

A total of 181 OMNIstar luminaires have been installed on the existing 25m high masts over the 60-acre terrain. They not only improve visibility for a safer working environment but dramatically cut energy costs by 77%!

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SCHRÉDER LED LIGHTING SOLUTIONS ARE THE SAFEST ON THE MARKET

19/09/2016, Corporate News | LED

LED lighting solutions have revolutionised the lighting industry. Recent reports have stated that certain LEDs emitting a white light with a blue hue are harmful for people and wildlife. As safety and comfort have always been at the heart of our lighting solutions, we believe that well designed LED lighting solutions can offer many advantages while creating environments where the safety and well-being of the people using them are paramount.

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SCULP floodlights highlight the majestic architecture of the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli in Italy

07/09/2016, LED | Project News

The local authorities wanted this architectural feat to create a “beacon in the night” to emphasise the cultural importance of this historic area outside of Naples in Italy. An easy mission for the SCULP floodlights which bathe the bridge in in a white and amber light while keeping energy and maintenance costs to a minimum.

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Schréder, shining light on the regeneration of Rio de Janeiro

08/08/2016, LED | Project News

With the sports event of the year due to start in a few days, Schréder is delighted to have provided lighting solutions to guide people in complete safety and comfort through the key landmarks of Rio de Janeiro!

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The Flemish Ministry of Transport and Mobility chose the Teceo to light a pilot LED motorway project in Antwerp

25/07/2016, LED | Project News

After the first positive results of a pilot LED lighting project on the A12, the Ministry has decided to extend this project to further evaluate the effects of LED lighting, particularly for improving visibility and generating energy savings.

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Shuffle contributes to transforming Saint Pierre Square into A vibrant connected environment in the heart of Toulouse's city centre

19/07/2016, LED | Project News

As part of a regeneration plan, the Shuffle, fitted with light, camera and WiFi modules, has played a key role in the revitalisation of Saint Pierre Square, increasing its appeal and creating a location that meets the social needs of the local community.

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SCHRÉDER HELPS TO TRANSFORM THE BUSY BRUSSELS RING ROAD WITH AN LED LIGHTING SOLUTION

21/05/2013, LED | Project News

The 6-lane Anderlecht section of the ring road around Brussels has the highest traffic density in Belgium as commuters travel in and out of the capital city and vehicles transit from the coast to mainland Europe. In 2012, the Brussels-Capital region decided to take advantage of new LED technology to replace the luminaires equipped with low-pressure sodium lamps lighting this 6km long section.

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