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Madrid

3.4 million inhabitants.
Street lighting. 260,000 lights managed.

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Shanghai

18.7 million inhabitants.
Breathtaking artistic lighting. Overhaul of street lighting in the Bund historic district.

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Rabat

630,000 inhabitants.
Lighting master plan for the city’s heritage buildings.

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Luxor

429,000 inhabitants.
Breathtaking artistic lighting for the Valley of the Kings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Beijing

17 million inhabitants.
Artistic lighting for signature buildings like the Zheng Yang Men Gate, the Forbidden City, and the CCTV Tower.

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Kuala Lumpur

Nearly 2 million inhabitants. Asia’s best-known artistic lighting installation for the 452-meter-high Petronas Twin Towers.

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Paris

2.1 million inhabitants. 1,106 cameras managed. Tramway lighting and artistic lighting.

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Ho Chi Minh City

7.4 million inhabitants.
Southeast Asia’s largest remote street lighting management system. Artistic lighting for heritage buildings and monuments.

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Santiago

275,900 inhabitants.
Street lighting. More than 34,500 lights managed.

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Mexico City

10 million inhabitants. Street lighting and lighting masterplan for the historic city center. 49,000 lights managed.

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