The Solutions Guide for Cities by the Solarimpulse Foundation points out how to overcome local challenges and how to boost climate action by presenting 180+ case studies, featuring LEDCity.
In this podcast, Patrik Deuss, the co-founder and CEO of LEDCity, talks about picking the right co-founder, going B2B, getting better at sales, fundraising and entrepreneurship.
Innovationorigins: Lights on all day are a thing of the past with smart lighting system from LEDCity
Innovation Origins presents LEDCity, a Swiss start-up that offers a lighting solution that conserves lots of energy, even in old buildings.
LEDCity is named one of the Top 100 Startups of Switzerland 2022. Fintechnews reports on this and describes LEDCity's solution as a "smart plug and play lighting system".
The Swiss National Startup Team has 10 new members: 10 Venture Leaders Deeptech were selected for their international roadshow. As part of the Venture Leaders program, the team will showcase Switzerland’s deeptech expertise and lay the foundation for global growth.
The recently developed lamps from the CleanTech start-up LEDcity are able to communicate with each other. They detect when and where artificial lighting is required. In the future, they will also be able to autonomously order replacements and support security
Due to global warming, climate protection through energy-efficient measures is more important than ever before. The dissemination of such technologies is supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy and the Swiss Climate Foundation, among others. These include the autonomous
Moneycab.com: Mr. Deuss, LEDCity wants to massively reduce energy consumption in the lighting sector with the help of smart light sources. How was the company founded in 2017?Patrick Deuss: During my studies of energy and environmental technology I became aware
The cleantech start-up LEDCity equips LED light sources with sensors and AI. Now the Zurich-based company is looking for money for further expansion. 12 percent of Swiss electricity consumption is accounted for by lighting. LEDCity CEO Patrik Deuss wants to change