Our M.I.L.E [Modulable Intelligent Luminous Elegant] lighting structures, with their contemporary design, fit perfectly into the new urban landscape of Allées Pierre-Paul Riquet in the heart of the city of Béziers. Beyond aesthetics, these totem poles have the particularity of pooling services.
Indeed, M.I.L.E avoids the proliferation of supports cluttering public space for a smarter, sustainable, and refined city. Lighting, light scenography, signage, sound system and compatibility with city’s CCTV system: this all-in-one lighting structure was imagined by Yves Adrien, designed and manufactured in the Technilum facilities in Béziers (a few kilometers away).
FranceSeptember 2022© Photo credit:
Hugo Da Costa
M.I.L.E.[Modulable Intelligent Light Elegant] is a multifunctional aluminum lighting structure which can integrate diverse luminous sources as well as numerous Smart-In-Site services: vidéosurveillance, Wifi, speakers, etc… Highly versatile, with or without decorative cut-out, M.I.L.E. is perfecty suitable for dimensional and architecturam lighting of any major urban developement projects.Download data sheet
CCTV allows to strengthen user’s peace of mind and sense of security in the public realm. Discrete and perfectly integrated to Technilum’s poles, the video-camera camera can cover 180°. Preventing vandalism often just by its mere presence, this CCTV system also detects vibrations (vandalism or accident), making it possible the intervention of dedicated personnel. The CCTV camera can also be associated with an occupancy sensor, linked with lighting level monitoring.
This Hifi sound system, perfectly integrated into Technilum’s poles, allows audio broadcast (music, information, advertising, alerts), scheduled or modulated in real time. Speakers are weather-proof. The system can be integrated through a stand-alone PA system or a centralized amplifier (possible IP addressing). It can be compatible with city’s existant network.
Removable support for banners and/or illuminations. Thanks to its mounting, the support can easily be removed when not used.