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Uploaded on May 15, 2019

The student group, SHYNE, consisting of six students from The Technical University of Denmark have in collaboration with Fischer Lighting been working on a sustainability challenge to be presented at Denmark’s Democracy Festival (“Folkemødet”). This has resulted in a solution focused on expanding Fischer Lighting’s market enabling them to sell their product to new buildings. Currently, they only renovate lamps in existing buildings (such as institutions and offices) to provide a more sustainable and energy efficient alternative to replacing the lamp with a new one.

The final solution consists of a website suitable for desktop and mobile use, which facilitates the buying and selling of used lamp armatures. The solution does this by establishing a common platform with Fischer Lighting as its administrator. Here a supplier, e.g. demolition companies, can upload used armatures they want to part with and a buyer, e.g. new construction sites, can bid on the used armature through the same platform. The platform allows users to filter armatures based on their needs and make a request of the desired product is not in stock. Following a purchase on the platform, Fischer Lighting will refurbish the armature with ReThinKit, their patented customized LED solution with controller, and ship it off to be installed in a new building.

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