LiveLink Outdoor

An intelligent network from light points

The challenge

Which system not only provides energy-saving potential via the LED technology – but also the possibilities of current and future Smart City applications?

The solution

  1. Interconnection of individual light points via wireless communication to form an intelligent network
  2. Installation without structural changes to the existing lighting infrastructure
  3. Configuration and control of the lighting network via web-based software with graphical user interface
  4. Optimisation of lighting quality, energy efficiency and flexibility through innovative control and analysis options
  5. Open interfaces to guarantee the future safety

Your advantages with LiveLink Outdoor

Reduce costs

Protect the climate and the environment

Ensure operational efficiency

Design the infrastructure to be future-safe

Three possible light management solutions

  Sensor single solution Self-regulating system Web-based system
Applications Suitable for single, independent light points Suitable for smaller projects
Industrial facilities, parking lots and minor roads
Suitable for large installations
Locations with high volume of traffic, main roads, residential and industrial areas
Benefits System-independent single solution for individual light points Ideal for small isolated solutions
Low-cost entry-level variant
Protected, individual system
Ideal for pilot installations
Ideal for large installations
Protected, individual system
Data in real time, statistics and analysis options
Control cabinet solution can be integrated
Functions Motion detection and dimming
Configuration of dimming level
Grouping of luminaires
Individual configuration of each luminaire
Grouping of luminaires
Individual configuration of each luminaire
Error message notifications
Configuration, control and monitoring of luminaires

LiveLink Outdoor light management in practice

Dortmund's light gets smart

Dortmund implements Germany's largest street lighting project. With 25,000 light points to be converted to LED technology and connected to a light management system by 2023, the Ruhr metropolis takes a further step towards becoming a smart city.

Smart and environmentally friendly through the forest

The TRILUX concept for the rapid cycle path from Stuttgart to Sindelfingen with a length of around eight kilometres finds favour: wirelessly connected smart luminaires that form a self-regulating network – and that guide cyclists safely through the forest thanks to running light.

Light management even simpler in the future

Maximum flexibility for the future: Smart Lighting Ready luminaires from TRILUX are already equipped with a single base or two combined bases standardised according to Zhaga. The Zhaga bases are located above and below the luminaire head. The luminaires can also be easily and effortlessly retrofitted later with a light management system and various sensors. Either singly or combined. This means the luminaires still offer maximum flexibility even after installation and remain state-of-the-art in the future.

LiveLink Outdoor-capable products


Parking spaces - access roads - main roads - cycle paths and footpaths

Parking spaces, running tracks, cycle paths and footpaths

  1. Running light
  2. Light as required
  3. Dimming according to time and brightness
  4. Safety and security
  5. Flexible parameterisation
  6. Energy conservation
  7. Insect-friendly lighting
  8. Less light pollution

Factory roads, outdoor work surfaces

  1. Light as required
  2. No grid connection required
  3. Application and requirement specific flexibility
  4. Safety and security

Residential and access roads

  1. Flexibility
  2. Light as required
  3. Safety and security
  4. Ecology / light pollution

Pedestrian zones

  1. Flexibility (event-specific control)
  2. Light as required is possible (depending on presence)
  3. Light pollution

Pedestrian crossings

  1. Light as required (depending on brightness)
  2. Safety and security

Main roads

  1. Traffic-dependent control (traffic volume)
  2. Flexibility
  3. Light pollution

City centres

  1. Flexibility in traffic management (e.g. side street becomes main road)
  2. Event-specific lighting
  3. Light pollution
  4. Safety and security