LED lighting systems for office, schools and education
Benefit from the many advantages of innovative LED lighting in order to design perfect lighting solutions for offices, schools, academies, nursery facilities and universities. Significantly reduce your operating costs and energy consumption while improving your room users’ ability to concentrate and perform at their best.
Learning and office lighting that enhances concentration
Future-oriented lighting solutions play a major role in working and educational environments today. In fact, perfect lighting is a key prerequisite for creating a working or learning atmosphere that motivates employees, customers, school pupils or students.
State-of-the-art LED lighting provides you with numerous options to present your company, school, academy or university in a perfect light – and combine decorative, colorful light accents with white light with adjustable color temperatures, increasing both productivity and concentration. Flexible, intelligent lighting systems open up possibilities which would have been unthinkable in the past, such as daylight simulation or the automatic reduction of light values to save energy while enabling flexible room use. Intelligent dimmable control units and lamps even reduce energy consumption in case of long operating times. They are also of prime importance in ancillary areas such as corridors, stairways and basement garages.
Contemporary and sustainable lighting at the new Siemens headquarters Munich, Germany
Customized lighting of workplaces and educational facilities
Design the ideal lighting concept for your individual office or school from the large range of OSRAM Digital Systems LED technology. OSRAM offers you a broad, innovative portfolio of solutions for planning your perfect lighting system. For example, you can use dynamic white light solutions for daylight simulation or intelligent systems that allow you to dim your lamps and adapt them to changing daylight conditions.
All these solutions can of course be seamlessly integrated into your luminaire concepts. This is how you create a natural working environment without disturbing glare effects. And depending on your specific requirements, you can integrate suitable LED modules into recessed, pendant or surface-mounted fixtures.
It is of great importance to us to support you in making your project a success. OSRAM LED systems allow you to set the perfect illumination level for any environment and whatever purpose – such as working on a computer, holding a presentation or in the cafeteria. Seamlessly adaptable solutions increase both productivity and well-being in every situation.
Innovative light control
Recessed, surface-mounted or floor standing luminaires: OSRAM Digital Systems solutions are simply ideal for the intelligent upgrade of any type of luminaire. Our light management systems enable you to dim your lighting at any time, use sensors to integrate daylight or presence detection, or flexibly divide large rooms into individual lighting groups. Benefit from all these advanced options in order to optimize your working or learning environment to the benefit of your users while saving large amounts of energy.
Dynamic daylight supports humans in all areas
An interview with Andreas Wojtysiak, OSRAM Innovation, and the OSRAM product managers Nicolai Heber and Peter Bach
OSRAM: In Human Centric Lighting, the biological impact of lighting on humans is the main focus. Can you briefly explain these phenomena?
Andreas Wojtysiak: A biological impact is primarily achieved by utilizing the control phenomena of light that coordinate our bodily functions. These include day/night control or activating effects on the central nervous system. Due to evolution, our biological functions and processes are mainly based on our roots in Central Africa – meaning a rhythm with 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night. Our biological system, our internal clock, so to speak, has only partially adapted to life in our corner of the world, where the length of a day changes between summer and winter.Read here the full interview