At the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, we hope that it will not only be a large-scale sports event, but we also hope that it will also become a grand event to showcase Chinese culture.
In order to achieve this goal, we will use the newly-launched Sydney Olympic Games as a professional lighting control and lighting design company, hoping to organically combine the lighting technology of * to successfully apply these new technologies to future events. Here, we only discuss the issue of stadium lighting for our profession.
First of all, we believe that the entire night scene of Beijing should be integrated. Lighting should not only include illuminating the relevant places, but should also include more varied lights. With the development of lighting technology to this day, what we can do is not only the problem of illumination, but also the full intervention of the Internet, telephone and communication systems, so that the owners can control the specific changes of each light.
Our Olympic venues are located in Beijing and surrounding areas. For each venue, especially for the future Olympic Sports Center, it is very important to give the audience an integrated night lighting effect, reflecting the complete lighting ideas. As far as a stadium is concerned, it is to combine the lights in the field with the lights outside the stadium to jointly build the lighting effects of the entire stadium, and at the same time, these effects can be controlled at different times for different competitions and different occasions. In this way, it is possible to ensure the application of lighting and effect lighting in major occasions, and in some general occasions only use the necessary lighting. All of the above effects are preset storage and can be recalled at any time, reflecting the perfect combination of high technology and practicality.
In the lighting control technology of *, the combination of remote control and real-time control is a very important point. The so-called remote control refers to the realization of long-distance lighting control through the telephone network, communication system and even the Internet. There are several issues involved here:
1 To achieve remote control, remote monitoring is required. Dynalite's supervisory control software monitors the real-time status of each lamp's voltage, lifetime, and runtime. And report to the remote terminal for the operator to refer to the selection.
2 Because remote control is bound to be subject to various conditions. For example, line faults, control disturbances and other uncertainties or some non-human factors, even the occurrence of special accidents on the site, this necessarily requires the control system to require timely and effective on-site control when implementing remote control restrictions. In this case, all lighting control systems should be able to enter the field control state immediately without any switching and adjustment, and these states are priority emergency situations.
3 Realizing remote control requires a lot of on-site information, and the state acquisition of each luminaire requires a large amount of data. Therefore, a considerable part of the Dynalite-controlled Sydney Olympic venues use the Internet to obtain luminaire information and send central commands via the Internet to change the live status of some luminaires in a timely manner.
Secondly, the 2008 Olympics we need are only for the purpose of reflecting the effects. Our Olympic lighting needs to reflect both high technology and energy conservation and environmental protection.
We know that lighting can show people an artificial environment. The efficiency of this environment directly affects people's visual senses, which greatly affects the field effect of the venue. For example, in the design of the main venue, we need to consider the background lighting of the various performances of the opening ceremony, as well as the requirements of the actual competition after the opening ceremony. Often the background lighting does not require very bright, but different games in the actual game require different brightness. Even a competition venue only needs the appropriate illuminance when training, cleaning or no competition. It is completely unnecessary for the lighting designer to illuminate all the lights, just to meet the different requirements of the above mentioned occasions. Therefore, the use of lighting control technology, only through one or several on-site buttons to control each light at the same time or open or close or adjust to a certain brightness, can fully reflect the requirements of humanization and green lighting. The other lighting control technology represented by Dynalite can realize the stepless adjustment of all light sources (including metal halide lamps), extend the life of all controlled light sources, and save the actual use of energy, which will be extremely important for the Green Olympics. Deep application prospects.
Again, the first two points describe the lighting control technology from a breadth. In fact, in terms of depth, since the lighting control technology can change the brightness of the light and the color change of the light, we also apply this system in some special lighting and landscape lighting. Let us call it personality lighting. For each Olympic venue, due to the different competitions, the external lighting characteristics of the night scene should be completely personalized, using advanced control technology. We can imagine that different venues have different external light colors, and each venue has a color-changing lighting sign, and all the venue signs and light colors are externally unified, reflecting the same lighting subject, so Very spectacular night view effect.
In short, Dynalite* lighting control technology has been successfully applied to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, covering urban landscapes, integrated lighting of Olympic venues and individual lighting of various venues. This system is used in almost all indoor and outdoor spaces that require lighting. They feature energy saving, lamp saving, real-time and high reliability, distributed field control and many other features. Combined with modern network technology, this system can even control the lighting of the entire city.