Use of artificial intelligence

in the exhibition lighting

AI in lighting control:

Artificial intelligence can optimize lighting control by analyzing data on ambient light, artworks and visitor traffic to ensure dynamic and adaptive lighting.

Predictive Maintenance:

AI can also be used to detect potential failures or problems in the lighting system at an early stage and proactively schedule maintenance work to maximize uptime.

Automated lighting scenarios:

By using AI, lighting scenarios can be automatically adjusted to improve the presentation of the artworks and save energy at the same time.

The objects to be illuminated can also be automatically detected, the color composition analyzed and the light color automatically adjusted via Tunable White.

For an optimal visitor experience.

Personalized lighting:

With the help of AI algorithms, lighting settings can be individualized to suit the viewer's preferences and create an immersive experience.

Keyword: inclusion.

Automated detection of objects:

By using AI and corresponding sensors, objects to be illuminated can be recognized, classified and also taught. By entering data records regarding surface properties, maximum number of lux hours permitted, etc., works of art can be optimally illuminated and also optimally protected.

Recognition & monitoring of conservation requirements:

Integrated laser structuring and tribology allow the surface condition to be tracked in real time.

Does the surface structure change?

Deutet sich ein Schaden durch zu hohe Lichtintensität an?

AI recognizes these situations at an early stage, adjusts the light intensity and informs the responsible management.