SELF-SUFFICENT INSTALLATION TECHNOLOGY FOR EVERY CLASSROOM
More and more schools are getting older. The need for refurbishment is high. It does not always have to be demolition and new construction at the same time. Often, energy optimization is on the agenda, or the technological upgrading so necessary for digitalization. At the Light + Building trade fair in Frankfurt, Wieland Electric will show how modern installation technology can help in such cases without interfering with the building structure. The company is presenting a self-sufficient service pole for classrooms.
The Federal Digital Pact has cleared the way for the widespread introduction of laptops, tablets and smart boards in our schools. However, it is often not enough to just buy these devices. Many schools lack the technical prerequisites to operate them properly. Stable data connections are needed as well as more power from more sockets.
Schools must therefore first make their infrastructure fit for the increased demands. This can be done quickly and without interfering with the building structure with the intelligent solution from Wieland Electric: A self-sufficient service pole provides a central mounting space in each classroom and creates a closed connection between floor and ceiling. Packed with technology, but still very compact, it provides everything that is needed and desired - independently of other rooms: Electrical distribution, data technology, media connections and sockets, telephone, clock, control of lighting, blackout and heating. The column is delivered individually pre-assembled, only needs to be plugged together on site and is ready for operation within a maximum of two hours. Its surface can be chosen from a large selection to match the furniture, its dimensions individually to suit the requirements.
Wieland at Light + Building in Frankfurt
The service pole for many smart solutions for the installation and automation of buildings will be presented by Wieland Electric at the Light + Building from 27 September to 02 October (Hall 12, Stand B60, Hall 8, Stand C50) in Frankfurt.