Would you like to see what our solutions look like in practice? Here you’ll find a selection of highlights illustrating customer applications of our technology in room installation and automation, lighting management, HVAC technology and energy management.
From conventional renovations to smart buildings: Discover exciting building projects and learn how our customers have made their buildings more efficient, comfortable and future-proof with WAGO solutions.
Customer Application Highlights
Building Technology in Practice
Berlin, KARL STORZ Endoscopes
An old historical building undergoes renovation and future-proofing: The former Kaiserin Augusta Hospital now boasts efficient, intelligent building automation.
Wertheim, Autech Tesla
For pure swimming enjoyment: In the sauna and swimming pool environments equipped by Autech Tesla with ICE technology, water treatment, heating, ventilation and sauna heaters need to work reliably year-round.
A state-of-the-art work environment and a model for its own customers: With its new corporate headquarters, the engineering services company LAE shows what contemporary building automation can achieve.
Rheinfelden (CH), SwissShrimp
To raise shrimp in the proper conditions, this Swiss company uses intelligent lighting control to simulate the light conditions of the Gulf of Mexico.
In this extensive school modernization project, old school walls meet a modern lighting concept.
Osnabrück, L&T Sports Center
The perfect lighting at all times: The indoor surf pool and the latest athletic fashions are highlights of the L&T fashion boutique and sports center
Modern architecture and sustainability are impressive features of this office building at the Stuttgart Airport, but its pioneering building automation also breaks new ground.
The EEZ energy, education and adventure center combines different requirements on room usage and implements them in a consistent overall concept.
Hartenfels, HUF HAUS
For this renowned manufacturer of prefabricated timber-framed houses, speed and quality are equally essential. Time savings and flexibility are especially important in the electrical installation process in the new buildings.
Cologne, Radisson Hotel Group
Lower energy consumption, greater guest comfort: The Radisson Blu hotel was retrofitted with open building automation during ongoing operations.
Freiburg im Breisgau, Old Town Hall
Maximum energy efficiency and comfort come together in the world’s first public positive-net-energy building.
Norderney, Reederei Frisia
The newly constructed port terminal on the island of Norderney achieves the perfect interplay of complex building technology. This also benefits the 2.3 million visitors per year and the employees of the shipping line.
An old warehouse becomes a high-tech innovation center: The modern, open lifestyle workspace encourages innovation for the “Internet of Things.”
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