Open Technology has finalised a new partnership to distribute smart lighting systems with G4S Hotelo, Israel’s leading supplier of large integrated projects for total building management.
Open Technology managing director Chris Bedford said Israel was a natural choice for Open Technology to distribute its energy-saving systems, given the Middle Eastern country’s growing reputation as an international cleantech hub.
Bedford commented:“Meeting the leaders of Israel’s building management industry and learning about what’s currently shaping the sector really demonstrated how the country was growing into its reputation as an international cleantech hotspot.”
“For Open Technology, cementing distribution in Israel is a natural choice and we’re excited to see our LiGO intelligent lighting solution specified in more major building projects across the country.”
Open Technology already provides systems in a number of prestigious and challenging buildings across the United Kingdom and Europe, including enabling Europe’s busiest train station, Clapham Junction, to save millions of pounds in energy savings by automatically managing light levels while ensuring passenger safety.