Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Legrand leads the way in Emergency Lighting with GALAXY – Connected Emergency Lighting System

It’s been months in the making, carrying a vibrant buzz in the air. Now, GALAXYTM has finally arrived and is taking Australia by storm. Let’s take a peek into the New Age of Emergency Lighting.

With the rapidly evolving technological advances in today’s connected world, Legrand has developed their first commercial IoT solution, GALAXYTM. Released to the market this year, GALAXYTM has just set a new standard for the industry.

What is GALAXY?

Put simply, GALAXYTM is a state of the art Emergency Lighting monitoring system for smart buildings. Manufactured in Australia, it is specifically designed to streamline the process of testing Emergency Lighting. From specifying and installation, through to day-to-day monitoring and testing, GALAXYTM creates one simple solution.

The ultimate user experience

Legrand began development with extensive market research, many customer interviews and market surveys. The results concluded that our customers were looking for a system that was:

  • easy-to-design and install,
  • provides flexibility for the user,
  • adaptable to any type of building,
  • user-friendly, and
  • smart device enabled with remote connectivity.

To provide the most user-centred solution, Legrand then categorised customer feedback into three pillars:

  1. Installation –Simplicity was the design philosophy when it came to selecting the wireless communication technology.  By selecting Low Power Wide area communications between the luminaires and stations, GALAXYTM can cover a large area. This minimises the extensive use of routers or upgrading building
  2. Commissioning –The integration of Bluetooth wireless technology into every luminaire has significantly streamlined this process, making commissioning much simpler and more accurate.
  3. Operation A simple dashboard gives an overview of the installation along with embedded maps, providing the geographical location of each luminaire with a status update. All this can be accessed locally or remotely.

Designing for a connected future

The result of these features is a system that is cost-effective and easy to install, robust, intuitive and flexible to operate. GALAXYTM is poised to prove its worth in a number of successful applications, such as:

  • hospitals,
  • offices,
  • education facilities,
  • shopping centres,
  • carparks,
  • sport centres, and
  • stadiums.

While this is a significant milestone in the Lighting industry, Legrand’s journey is far from over. The company continues to support the needs and services of the building infrastructure through technological innovation, sophisticated design and premium quality.


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