Saturday, October 20, 2018
Legrand Australia’s CEO, Tony Berland, with Head of Manufacturing at today’s launch

Galaxy has left the building!

Legrand Australia today celebrated the delivery of its first commercial IoT solution, which left its warehouse with a great deal of praise and excitement.  

The innovation of Galaxy took centre stage today in Legrand’s manufacturing factory, where over 100 employees gathered with the company’s CEO, Tony Berland, to celebrate the inaugural delivery of its first Emergency Lighting Monitoring system, Galaxy. Legrand’s researchers, engineers and product designers were flown in from France to work with the specialist team in Australia. After months of design and weeks of manufacturing, the first Galaxy delivery was sent off just moments ago.  Read more about Galaxy here or visit www.legrand.com.au

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