That’s a wrap on this year's LuxLive event. It’s been a busy couple of days, and we’ve enjoyed some great conversations with people from all sorts of organisations.
It’s the first time we’ve had the opportunity to showcase the versatility and flexibility of our modular Intelligent Grid Solutions product, and we couldn’t have asked for better feedback. We know that our three-phase intelligent rig doesn’t look like what people have come to expect of commercial lighting, and that’s exactly why we’re so proud of it. By coming at the challenge of smart technology integration from a totally fresh vantage point, we have a product that is a real conversation starter.
Thanks to the organisers of LuxLive, we also had chance to engage with the sector on a broader scale, enjoying a wide variety of talks on topics from smart cities to lighting that encourages wellbeing.
One of the core messages coming out throughout the show was that technology cannot be integrated for technology’s sake. We must constantly be challenging decisions, asking ‘why?’ and aiming to work backwards, using the delivery of a solution as a starting point rather than merely taking the available technology. That is absolutely a way of thinking we at IGS pride ourselves on, and we’ve come away from LuxLive feeling buoyed up for the next phase of our journey.
Thursday, January 7, 2021
Andrew Lloyd’s appointment demonstrates strategic growth trajectory for tech business.
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
IGS has been named winner in the AI for Good category of the Super Connect for Good 2020 competition, sponsored by Microsoft for Startups.
Friday, November 20, 2020
IGS Limited, has been named amongst the winners of Red Herring’s Top 100 North America 2020 event, which recognises some of the world’s most exciting and innovative technology companies.