The 14th october, our Phoenix Grass Lighting team has been invited for a wondurful day by the national football center of Clairefontaine, the home of the national team. On that occasion we could show our Phoenix to all the members of the French Federation. Here is a picture of our booth.
It’s official ! The Phoenix Grass Lighting is now the device for growing the grass of the French national Center in Clairefontaine. GDtech Superlighting is then the official provider of the National Football Centre of Football in France! Two Phoenix machines will be soon delivered at the Center to allow them to learn how to […]
GDTech Superlighting received its first official order from the French Ligue 2 Club : AS Nancy-Lorraine. It happened just four monthes after the beginning of the selling of our Phoenix Grass Lighting, It’s then a big success for our new product. The Phoenix are now in production to deliver Nancy as soon as possible. This club will then […]
After a few years of development, GDtech finally released it’s own LED product which has been studied to help the photosynthesis of the plants. This product is a real progress in the indoor culture, which becomes more and more usual. This LED module is then perfectly placed in the exposition “J’aurai 20 ans en 2030”, […]
Thanks to our Phoenix Grass Lighting, a new partnership was born between us and the national training center of the Red Devils. As a technical partner, Coach Martinez thanked us for all the work we brought during this year, which allowed the Red Devils to train in the best conditions. Here is his message received the 31 […]
Five years ago, the first drawing of the Cyberlux was made at GDTech Superlighting offices. It’s an exterior light which is fixed on a mast, with one or two light heads of 30W power each. The Cyberlux was still a drawing until we had an order a few months ago of 12 lamps ! The mounting […]
After a few months of studies and developments, the Turtle finally got out of the workshops and is ready to illuminate the golf courses.
This beautiful piece of technology is able to look inside steel furnaces with excellent resolution IP images. This command is about to be delivered in a brand new installation in China !
Our prototype of the Phoenix project which arrived a few weeks ago at the official training grounds of the Red Devils has been quoted in the paper La Meuse, which was released the 1st October. To learn more about the Phoenix project, it’s this way.
Our first prototype of the Phoenix project has been transported to Tubize, Belgium, at the Royal Belgian Football Association! The official training grounds of the Red Devils will serve as proving grounds for our machine. To learn more about the Phoenix project, it’s this way.