Tridonic lighting components played a key role in the lighting for La Grande Passerelle in SaintMalo France

Tridonic lighting components played a key role in the lighting for La Grande Passerelle in Saint-Malo, France.

Austrian LED Lighting Component Manufacturer Opens in U.S.

Tridonic lighting components played a key role in the lighting for La Grande Passerelle in Saint-Malo, France.

Tridonic, a lighting components manufacturer that’s part of Zumtobel Group and based in Dornbirn, Austria, announced the opening of its Tridonic USA offices in Highland, NY, to serve the North American market with a new direct sales team.

The European manufacturer said it is bringing new products designed specifically for North America into this market, including its latest solid-state lighting (SSL) modules, electronic drivers and controls. Tridonic will also be introducing a new suite of connected lighting electronics to support the rising demand for smart lighting networks and the emerging IoT-driven applications in the smart building environment, such as space management and indoor navigation, the company said.

“We are very excited to be engaging with the North American market, one of the most dynamic in the SSL and connected lighting spaces,” said Guido van Tartwijk, Tridonic's chief executive officer. “Tridonic's heritage is deeply rooted in professional lighting, an industry we have served for more than 60 years. The company's global market approach is based upon building close relationships with the luminaire OEM community. Now, with the rapid growth of connected lighting, we are ready to enable IoT-based services and solutions by merging superior lighting component technologies with the application capability from our expert software engineering team in California.”

Tridonic focuses on vertical lighting applications in retail outlets, offices, educational establishments, industrial warehouses and outdoor installations.

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