DC Microgrid Compatible Technologies for Logistics Centres

Direct current (“DC”) devices are everywhere. We use them to manage our lives, businesses, and assets. In an article published in 2014, Brian T. Patterson, General Manager of Armstrong World Industries, and chair of the EMerge Alliance suggested that “more than 70 per cent of the generated AC power needs to be converted into DC…

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5 Ways DC Microgrids Improve Energy Efficiency in Logistics

Energy costs are increasing at a rate not seen since the 1970s and it is causing major issues for landlords and tenants across the logistics sector. This is resulting in increased pressure on operations and management teams to look for new strategies for energy efficiency and cost reduction. One fast-developing solution to this crisis is…

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Beginner’s Guide to DC Microgrids

Interest in DC microgrids is on the rise as more businesses are looking for innovative and efficient ways to meet increasingly critical power challenges. Companies want to reduce their use of hydrocarbons and nation states are increasingly looking to minimise their dependency on energy supplied by politically unaligned neighbours. One part of a solution to…

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Gloucester Rugby Goes Live with Landways’ Digital Audio

Gloucester Rugby and Landways are delighted to announce that Landways’ new digital audio system has gone live at Kingsholm Stadium. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the club decided that, with fans absent from the stadium, it was a good time to replace the old analogue audio system that had been installed over 14 years ago and…

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Adams Park Project Announced As Award Finalist

Landways Management Limited has been shortlisted for the Venue Technology Award in TheStadiumBusiness Awards 2021. Launched in 2010, TheStadiumBusiness Awards were the first industry awards for the stadium sector, by the stadium sector. Chris Smedley, Landways Chief Executive said: “We are delighted that our Adams Park Project in partnership with Wycombe Wanderers Football Club has…

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Landways’ Adams Park Project Featured in MONDO | STADIA – Issue 20

Adams Park, the home of Wycombe Wanderers FC, has undergone a huge transformation during what has been a turbulent year, allowing the club to welcome fans back to a whole new experience delivered by state-of-the-art technology. All visitors to Adams Park can now enjoy a new, concert-quality digital audio system throughout the stadium, high-performance Wi-Fi,…

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Public 5G Network for UK Stadia Announced but Where Does That Leave Other Sports Venues?

5G in Sports Venues - enabling a public network in stadium

Leading UK sites are set to benefit from a Government-backed funding project offering a £65 million package to trial 5G. While this is fantastic news for the selected sites, we wanted to explore what clubs are missing out on by enabling public networks in their stadium and provide a solution to clubs looking to activate a sustainable future-proofed private network solution without the upfront capital.

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Landways Announces Completion of New High-Definition CCTV Installation at Kingsholm Stadium

Last week, Landways handed over its new high-resolution, IP-based CCTV installation to Gloucester Rugby’s operations team. The project was the first additional service to be deployed across the core digital infrastructure installed at Kingsholm Stadium in 2018, proving the concept of a multi-use digital infrastructure. “Landways’ digital infrastructure is a highly cost-effective way for venue…

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