Lighting Technology Projects is delighted to officially announce that it has joined Traxon Technologies / e:cue’s extensive worldwide partner network.
Traxon Technologies – an OSRAM company – is a global leader in solid-state lighting and control systems; elevating architectural, entertainment, hospitality, and retail environments globally.
e:cue is Traxon’s specialist control brand, developing state-of-the-art lighting control and automation solutions to deliver sustainable, dynamic experiences.
With offices in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Japan and the Middle East, Traxon Technologies have completed over 5,000 installations across numerous countries. Previous projects include: National Stadium, Warsaw; Christ The Redeemer Monument, Rio de Janeiro; Galeries Lafayette, Paris; and many more prestigious venues worldwide.
In 2009, Traxon Technologies entered into a joint venture with OSRAM, a leader in the global lighting market. This eventually led to a complete acquisition in 2011, thus strengthening Traxon’s position in the industry by combining knowledge and experience in technology and marketing, and building on synergies with OSRAM’s worldwide presence.
The Certified Partner status was awarded in Cologne, after LTP Business Manager, Keith Elms had participated in the Traxon & e:cue Partner Summit 2014. Terry O’Neal (CEO of Traxon Technologies & OSRAM Solution Business), Christian Iniotakis (CEO of Traxon Technologies Europe GmbH), and Dr. Gernot Steinlesberger (Global Business Development & Head of Sales Europe) were in attendance at the presentation and acted as signatories on the official certification.
Keith said: “We have been working closely with Traxon for the last year on the partnership scheme, following our appointment as the specialist integrator on the award winning Strand East Tower in Stratford, London.
Now that the scheme has been launched, we look forward to further developing our relationship with the Traxon team and other partners.”
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