Precise Control for Building Technology
The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart uses futuristic architecture with multimedia and lighting technology to showcase 135 years of automotive and corporate history. The automation needed to be updated and modernized about ten years after the museum opened. The contract was awarded to SYS.TEC, a system integrator for building automation, and a system partner of B-CON and WAGO. The project began in 2017 and was successfully completed in 2020.
Directly in front of the factory gates in the Untertürkheim district of Stuttgart, automotive history comes to life: On 16,500 m² of exhibition space, the museum building, which opened in 2006, houses 160 automobiles and more than 1,500 exhibits. These are elaborately presented in rotating exhibitions and special shows – a challenge for the lighting and media control system. In order to modernize and update the aging LON® lighting control system, SYS.TEC developed a custom solution based on the B-CON building management software in connection with our WAGO I/O System.
Implementing Lighting Scenarios in the Museum with WAGO:
The lighting and media control in the museum uses the WAGO I/O System.
Precise, decentralized control of individual lighting and media elements
Storage of different (presentation) scenarios in the WAGO control system