WHY IS OMS ONE OF THE TECHNOLOGY LEADERS IN THE LIGHTING INDUSTRY

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WHY IS OMS ONE OF THE TECHNOLOGY LEADERS IN THE LIGHTING INDUSTRY

  1. 1. WHY WE ARE ONE OF THE TECHNOLOGYLEADERS IN THE LIGHTING INDUSTRY ...
  2. 2. NEW R&D – LIGHTING INNOVATION CENTER Our company as one of the few ones on the SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT market has created its wn R&D department o LIGHTING QUALITY SHOWROOM OPTIC LABORATORY The lighting innovation center has more than DESIGN OPTICS PRODUCT MANAGEMENT 121 experts in research and development LIGHTING SOLUTIONS MECHANICAL ENGINIERING PHOTOMETRY LABORATORY QUALITY ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS MANAGEMENT MECHANICAL ENGINIERING COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT HEAD OF RD LABORATORY LABORATORYNANOTECHNOLOGY CONCEPT OPTIC THERMAL ELECTRONIC MECHANICAL LIGHTING SUPPLY CHAIN AND DESIGN DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT SOLUTIONS MANAGEMENT
  3. 3. NANOTECHNOLOGY We specialise on the synthetic optics Utilisation of transmission planar optics for lighting Forming nanostructures and mass production Utilisation of geopolymers in lighting technique
  4. 4. CONCEPT AND DESIGN IDEA CONCEPT SYSTEM LEVEL DESIGN
  5. 5. OPTIC DEPARTMENT Unique optic designs based on reflector and lens Technologies Optical laboratory + =
  6. 6. THERMAL DEPARTMENT Passive cooling Active cooling Elektroaerodynamik cooling solutions Thermal test center (new testing facility for Air handling luminiares)
  7. 7. ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS DEPARTMENT Electronic design of luminaires, system level solutions, measurements Electronic Design, Electronic Laboratory, Optimization Customization
  8. 8. MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT Mechanical engineering of new products Customization to react fast and flexible on customer specific demands and requests Optimizations on existing products
  9. 9. LIGHTING SOLUTIONS Lighting design Lighting specification Lighting calculation Energy saving Wiring design Service
  10. 10. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Technical purchaser Electrical purchaser CHA IN MANAG Y EM PPL STR EN SU UPPOR T AT EG T ST IC RAT S ONS P ATI EG IC ER UL UR C M LC CH TO OO CA AS CUS PE ECT G D E V EL ING RAT IN PROJ T OP ION SU PP O R SPEND M E NT SUPPLY PRO STRATEGY S TIO N ON MA PO TI UA IN U L NU S G SO AL E FF E C TI V E FA EV UR C GY T AB O LOGISTICS I LIT OL PRODUCT THE BEST Y N T EC H SERVICES INDIRECT MATERIALS DIRECT MATERIALS
  11. 11. NANOTECHNOLOGYWe specialise on the synthetic optics
  12. 12. UTILISATION OF TRANSMISSIONPLANAR OPTICS FOR LIGHTINGForming nanostructures and mass production
  13. 13. TWO TYPES OF TRANSMISSION PLANAR OPTICS Surface optics Povrchová optika Preset Wave-guided Hopup diode Waveguide with surface structure for light dispersion from the side White reflective of the white reflective foil foil or paperNANOTECHNOLOGY
  14. 14. MICRO- AND NANO-EMBOSSEDOPTICAL ELEMENTSNANOTECHNOLOGY
  15. 15. BENEFITS OF PLANAR OPTICS Effective, mass production New functional and design possibilities Low weight Possibility of thin substratesNANOTECHNOLOGY
  16. 16. WAVEGUIDE FLAT OPTICSNANOTECHNOLOGY
  17. 17. COMMON METHODS FOR CREATINGDIFFUSE CENTRES Laser ablation Sandblasting Engraving Etching etc.NANOTECHNOLOGY
  18. 18. HOW TO DO IT IN A DIFFERENT WAY? To create a surface nano- and micro-relief with a mathematically defined structureNANOTECHNOLOGY
  19. 19. HOMOGENEOUS DISTRIBUTION NON-HOMOGENEOUS DISTRIBUTION – according to the assigned distribution curveCOMBINATION WITH GRAPHICAL LIGHT EFFECTS COMBINATION WITH GRAPHICAL LIGHT EFFECTSNANOTECHNOLOGY
  20. 20. NANO-STRUCTURED WAVEGUIDE OPTICS Effective replacement of current waveguides Possibility of new functions and designsNANOTECHNOLOGY
  21. 21. REPLICATIONS OF MICRO- ANDNANO-STRUCTURES Manufacturing effectiveness „Roll to Roll“ press-working Planar press-working Injection moulding DevelopmentNANOTECHNOLOGY
  22. 22. BENEFITS OF NANO-RELIEF OPTICS Very effective, mass production High precision, stable production quality New light effects, designs, shapes New opportunities and applicationsNANOTECHNOLOGY
  23. 23. UTILISATION OF GEOPOLYMERSIN LIGHTING TECHNIQUE
  24. 24. GEOPOLYMERSGEOPOLYMERS VARIABLE COMPOSITION Result of inorganic polymerisation Changeable density and weight Composition of binder and filler Variable strength and resistance It can be painted or e.g. natural stones can be imitatedGEOPOLYMER CASTING THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY It copies the form perfectly Geopolymers conduct heat very well Production in one step Any electronics can be encapsulated in geopolymer It does not require further adaptations (grinding, superfinishing)NANOTECHNOLOGY
  25. 25. GEOPOLYMERS IN LIGHTING They enable to cool LED One-step manufacturing process by encapsulation They enable a variable design Produced from extensively available materials Produced ecologically, without high demands on energyNANOTECHNOLOGY
  26. 26. SERVICESLIGHTING SOLUTIONS
  27. 27. LIGHTING SERVICESLighting Solutions give the opportunity of the highest benefits from illumination and maximum energy savings to customers.Within the Lighting Solutions services we offer a complete lighting project, which consists of three stages:project DEVELOPMENT, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE. LIGHTING DESIGN LIGHTING SPECIFICATION LIGHTING CALCULATION ENERGY SAVING WIRING DESIGN SERVICE
  28. 28. LIGHTING DESIGN 2D vizualisations 3D models 3D vizualisations GUI design
  29. 29. LIGHTING SPECIFICATION Luminaires selection Illumination requirements
  30. 30. LIGHTING CALCULATION Indoor lighting Outdoor lighting Emergency lighting Daylight
  31. 31. ENERGY SAVING Energy audit Energy permitions of building
  32. 32. WIRING DESIGN Electrical project LMS project
  33. 33. SERVICE LMS Programming Lighting measerement Power measurement Aiming luminaires Technical support
  34. 34. D-FAMILY
  35. 35. D-FAMILY by OMS ideal solutions sophisticated solution for controlling simple solution for extensive lighting system RGB, TunableWhite or scenes for small office/home office
  36. 36. dayWATCHRELIABLE WATCHER OF YOUR EXTENSIVE LIGHTING SYSTEM
  37. 37. dayWATCH, A PRODUCT PACKAGE FROM OMSdayWATCH PROGRAMMING PROGRAMMINGis a user application for controland management of the lightingsystem. After our adjustmentthe system works autonomouslybased on the preset dailyregime. It offers a possibility SOFTWARE CONTROL UNIT SOFTWAREof a complete adaptationof the lighting to the user’sneeds; it brings high comfortof control and considerablesavings of energy. CONTROL UNITRELIABLE WATCHER OF YOUR EXTENSIVE LIGHTING SYSTEM
  38. 38. REPETITION OF TIMER ON DIAGRAMS DAILY BASIS THE CURRENTLY OF TIMERS CALLED LIGHTING THE FOR THE GIVEN THE TIME IN SCENE IN THE BUTTON OF THE CURRENT INDIVIDUAL ACTION IS WHICH THE GIVEN GROUP LIGHTING VALUES GROUPS OF CARRIED TIMER IS TO BEAPPLICATION SOFTWARE SCENE FOR THE OF THE LUMINAIRES OUT FOR ALL REALISED CORRESPONDING LUMINOUS GROUPS LEVEL OF THE FLUXES FOR CONTROLLED LUMINOUS INDIVIDUAL THE DATE IN WHICH THE GROUPS OF FLUX IN THE GROUPS OF REAL TIME LIST OF TIMER IS TO BE REALISED IN LUMINAIRES GIVEN GROUP LUMINAIRES AND DATE TIMERS A ONE-TIME WAY 15:13:29 11.10.2012 LIGHTING CONTROL Group Scheduler Actual Schedule level diagram Repeat Group Action Time Date/Day GROUP1 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 7% PRESET1 once All 100% 19:20 11-10-12 INACTIVE BUTTON ALL WEEK FOR CONTROLLING DAYS CHOSEN THE GIVEN GROUP GROUP2 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 100% PRESET2 day GROUP AUT 05:00 Every OF LUMINAIRES IN START AUTOMATIC THE TIMER (SENSOR) MODE GROUP3 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 75% PRESET3 day GROUP 50% 17:30 We DELETING THE TIMER GROUP4 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 75% PRESET4 once All 75% 13:16 19-10-12 THE ACTION WHICH IS TO BE CARRIED OUT IN THE TIMER GROUP5 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 64% PRESET5 once GROUP OFF 22:00 11-10-12 DEFINING THE SUNSET DESCRIPTIONS AND SUNRISE OF INDIVIDUAL GROUPS OF GROUP6 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 52% PRESET6 astro GROUP 100% St Mo + 10min LUMINAIRES THE SLELECTED DAYS DURING WHICH THE DAILY REPETITION WILL BE CARRIED OUT GROUP7 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 12% PRESET7 day GROUP 10% 15:45 Mo, Su THE CURRENTLY SWITCHED ON GROUP8 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 98% PRESET8 once GROUP AUT 08:30 28-10-12 AUTOMATIC (SENSOR) OPERATION IN THE SOFTWARE SWITCHING ON THE TIMER GIVEN GROUP GROUP9 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 51% ADDING THE TIMER Off Schedules Classify Add Schedule - X Service POWER CONSUMPTION 32,8 kW Summary Summary Detection ONLINE SERVICE CONSUMPTION BUTTON OF THE LIGHTING SCENE THE CURRENT HISTORY EXCEPTIONS CLASSIFICATION THE CURRENT MODE FOR THE CORRESPONDING LEVEL CONSUMPTION OF TIMER OF THE STATE OF OF THE LUMINOUS FLUX OF THE ADJUSTMENTS GRAPHICAL CONNECTING IN THE GIVEN GROUP LIGHTING ONE-TIME VISUAL FOR TO THE SYSTEM ACTION SELECTED THE TIMERS CONTROL OF THE TIMER GROUP OR UNITS FOR SEVERAL LIGHTING AUTOMATIC GROUPS OF ASTRO-MANAGEMENT LUMINAIRES DETECTION OF BASED ON THE FOR CALLING THE CURRENT THE CHOSEN STATE OF ALLRELIABLE WATCHER OF YOUR EXTENSIVE LIGHTING SYSTEM SUNRISE AND SUNSET ACTION TIMERS
  39. 39. APPLICATION SOFTWARE 15:13:29 11.10.2012 LIGHTING CONTROL Group Scheduler Actual Schedule level diagram Repeat Group Action Time Date/Day GROUP1 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 7% PRESET1 once All 100% 19:20 11-10-12 GROUP2 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 100% PRESET2 day GROUP AUT 05:00 Every GROUP3 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 75% PRESET3 day GROUP 50% 17:30 We GROUP4 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 75% PRESET4 once All 75% 13:16 19-10-12SCHEDULER DIAGRAM GROUP5 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 64% PRESET5 once GROUP OFF 22:00 11-10-12 SCHEDULER EXCEPTION GROUP6 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 52% PRESET6 astro GROUP 100% St Mo + 10min GROUP7 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 12% PRESET7 day GROUP 10% 15:45 Mo, Su GROUP8 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 98% PRESET8 once GROUP AUT 08:30 28-10-12 GROUP9 AUT 100% 75% 50% 25% 10% OFF 51% Off Schedules Classify Add Schedule - X Service POWER CONSUMPTION 32,8 kW Summary Summary Detection ONLINE BASIC VIEW SCHEDULER SELECTIONRELIABLE WATCHER OF YOUR EXTENSIVE LIGHTING SYSTEM
  40. 40. BASIC TYPOLOGY OF THE OPERATING SYSTEM COMPUTER CONTROL UNIT LUMINAIRESRELIABLE WATCHER OF YOUR EXTENSIVE LIGHTING SYSTEM
  41. 41. FEATURES- the possibility of lighting control based on calling the lighting scenes and timers- depicting the actual consumption of electricity- the graphical overviews of the energy consumed for the given time period- the possibility of remote access through internet- the diagnostics of the lighting system functionality, as well as the functionality of the electronic control gears with accurate identification of each DALI luminaire- the communication with the management system through Ethernet- the transparent graphical depiction of the time diagrams for of the groups being controlled- the possibility to control through a fully automatic (sensor) management system- the possibility of adjusting the time events: one-time, regular or based on the astronomic clock- the conditional control of the timers- the possibility of electricity measurements from various distribution points- the online depiction of the actually selected scene or regime and the levels of dimming for individual groups of luminaires, depiction of the actually called lighting scene or regime- the simple and intuitive operation RELIABLE WATCHER OF YOUR EXTENSIVE LIGHTING SYSTEM
  42. 42. APPLICATIONSfactories warehouses business centres shopping centres street lighting multifunctional arenas sports halls hockey halls RELIABLE WATCHER OF YOUR EXTENSIVE LIGHTING SYSTEM
  43. 43. NEW WAY OF DESIGNBY OMS
  44. 44. TENDENCIES DEFINING OUR NEW DIRECTIONIN DESIGN
  45. 45. CONCEPT OF THE NEW LINE OF LUMINAIRESORCA CIRCLE MEANDERCOMPANY PRESENTATION
  46. 46. UPCOMING DESIGN CONCEPTS
  47. 47. UPCOMING DESIGN CONCEPTS Suspended Suspended proposal Suspended one versiondetail Upper detail Suspended double version Bottom detail
  48. 48. UPCOMING DESIGN CONCEPTS Shape/module variations Recessed Semi-recessed a2 Semi-recessed a1 Shape/module variations Recessed Vacuum formed covers Vacuum formed covers
  49. 49. LIGHTING QUALITY STANDARD Potential to become a global measure of lighting quality Uses a unique rating system Judging more than 20 objectively quantifiable criteria LQS Composer LQS index 6 E´s
  50. 50. LIGHTING QUALITY STANDARD
  51. 51. LQS COMPOSER The smart support for lighting consultants, technicians, ERGONOMICS Colour rendering index (CRI) planners or even your sales team! Glare prevention Illumination level (task area) Illumination level (surrounding of task area) Lighting uniformity Testing the parameters and overall score of the space Harmonious distribution of brightness EMOTION Vertical illumination Ceiling illumination Biological factor of illumination Availability of daylight Bluelight content (T 6500K) Daylight simulation Dynamic lighting Tunable white Accent lighting RGB colour mixing Ambient lighting ECOLOGY Latest lamp technology System efficasy of luminaire Thermal output of lamp Dangerous material content Product life-time and maintenance costs EFFICIENCY Ambient lighting EL-INDIRECT Presence detector show details of ceiling and VEGA PV - LED enhance atmosphere of room. 3600lm/840 1x55W Constant illuminance sensor Daylight sensor Calling of lighting scenes Avaitability of daylight bringing natural conditions into Working days interior by maximizing the use of daylight, thus minimizing operating cost. Working hours / day: Working hours / night: Combined motion and illuminance Power consumption [kWh/year] Presence detector sensor Passive infrared sensor that reacts on movements. It is switching Power consumption with LMS [kWh/year] luminaries on to a preprogrammed level by occupancy of the room and CO2 savings [kg/year] switching luminaires off by absence Controll unit of persons. LENI [kWh/year.m²] Constant illuminance sensor Switch Reduce the use of artificial light in the early life lighting system. Daylight sensor Sensor reduce the use of artificial light in interiors when natural daylight is available.
  52. 52. LQS COMPOSERI. Light scene selector ERGONOMICS Colour rendering index (CRI) Glare prevention Illumination level (task area) Illumination level (surrounding of task area) Lighting uniformity Harmonious distribution of brightness EMOTION Vertical illumination Ceiling illuminationII. Realistic render Biological factor of illumination Availability of daylight Bluelight content (T 6500K) Daylight simulation Dynamic lighting Tunable white Accent lighting RGB colour mixing Ambient lighting IV. LQS criteria and LQS value ECOLOGY Latest lamp technology System efficasy of luminaire Thermal output of lamp Dangerous material content Product life-time and maintenance costs EFFICIENCY Ambient lighting EL-INDIRECT Presence detector show details of ceiling and VEGA PV - LEDIII. Interactive control enhance atmosphere of room. 3600lm/840 1x55W Constant illuminance sensor Daylight sensor Benefits description Avaitability of daylight bringing natural conditions into Calling of lighting scenes Working days Electric wiring scheme interior by maximizing the use of daylight, thus minimizing operating cost. Working hours / day: Working hours / night: Selected components Combined motion and illuminance Power consumption [kWh/year] Presence detector sensor Passive infrared sensor that reacts on movements. It is switching Power consumption with LMS [kWh/year] luminaries on to a preprogrammed level by occupancy of the room and CO2 savings [kg/year] switching luminaires off by absence Controll unit of persons. LENI [kWh/year.m²] Constant illuminance sensor Switch Reduce the use of artificial light in V. Result panel the early life lighting system. Daylight sensor Sensor reduce the use of artificial light in interiors when natural daylight is available.
  53. 53. LQS COMPOSER PRO All qualitative parameters at one place Company: Operator: Phone number: Email: OMS Michal Jancuska 421915844894 michal.jancuska@oms.sk Project name: Customer: Sales manager: Date: TEST LQS COMPOSER PRO 02.03.2013 - - Objective evaluation of the lighting system ERGONOMICS LIGHTING QUALITY Colour rendering index CRI 80 STANDARD COMPOSER Glare prevention UGR 17.3 from the qualitative point of view PROFESSIONAL Illumination level (task area) Illumination level (surounding of task area) Lighting uniformity yes yes yes Harmonious distribution of brightness OFFICE AND COMMUNICATION Em(wall) 151 lux Applicable for each manufacter of lighting fixtures U0 0.39 OPEN OFFICE Em(celling) 66 lux U0 0.746 GROUND AREA [m2] EMOTION HEIGHT [m] DIMENSIONS 80 2.7 LUMINAIRE 1 FREYN LED Prisma Vertical illumination Em (vertical) / Em (workplace) 0.388 Energy evaluation by LENI LAMP NO. LUMINAIRES LED, 1x44W 12 pcs Ceiling illumination Biological factor of illumination Availability of daylight Em (vertical) / Em (workplace) 0.177 Bluelight content (CCT 6500K) Daylight simulation Dynamic lighting Tunable white DIALux(printscreen) Accent lighting RGB colour mixing Ambient lighting ECOLOGY Latest lamp technology 120 lm/W System efficacy of luminaire 72.3 lm/W Thermal output of lamp 0 % of IR Dangerous material content 0 mg Product life-time and maintenance costs 50000 hours EFFICIENCY Presence detector R3 Auto ON/Dimmed F0 = 1 Comments frequented movement of persons Constant illuminance sensor Fc = 1 Testing text Daylight sensor R8 Photo cell dimming, medium daylight penetration Fd = 0.4764 Calling of lighting scenes Working days: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Working hours/day: 9 Working hours/night: 1 Power consumption 1320 [kWh/year] Power consumption with LMS 698 [kWh/year] CO2 saving 379 [kg/year] LENI 8.72 [kWh/year.m2] 47% 3.03
  54. 54. LQS COMPOSER PRO Interactive solution Upgrade of LQS Composer For professionals
  55. 55. THANK YOU

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