Schréder, Experts in lightability™
- Schréder acquires Australian based businesses - Sylvania and Austube
Schréder, the world leader in intelligent outdoor lighting solutions, today announced that it has entered an agreement to acquire two Australian lighting divisions - Sylvania and Austube - of the Gerard Lighting Group (GLG).
This acquisition marks a significant milestone in Schréder’s evolution and will give the company a stronger market position in Australia.
By leveraging experience and technology, we will be able to deliver even better solutions and further strengthen customer relationships.
- Schréder opens a Smart City centre of excellence in Portugal - Schréder Hyperion
As Smart City Expo opens its doors today in Barcelona, Schréder is delighted to announce the opening of its Smart City centre of excellence in Portugal - Schréder Hyperion.
This centre will provide cities with practical information, training and solutions, to facilitate the transition to a smarter and more sustainable urban infrastructure.
- Schréder Owlet IoT is certified TALQ 2
At Schréder, we believe that to develop truly smart cities, we must enable vendor agnostic solutions that connect city devices to networks; contributing to the growth of a truly open technological eco-system.
That is why we are delighted to announce that Schréder’s smart lighting control solution Owlet IoT is now TALQ2 certified.
- How can LED lighting improve the mobile user experience
Providing a city with free WiFi hotspots is advantageous both for residents and tourists, who would enjoy an internet connection without data woes, and for the local economy, which would largely benefit from increased levels of trade and tourism.
LED lighting is helping transform mobile networks and providing the infrastructure for scalable Smart City development.