About the Building
The beautiful monumental city hall Utrecht dates from the Middle Ages. It was granted city law in 1122 and was rebuilt around 1826-1830 to a design by the Utrecht city architect Johannes van Embden, in a neoclassical style.
In its lifetime building has been completely renovated a number of times. This time, however, the renovation is completely different; Utrecht city hall has now become a smart building due to the installation of Mymesh.
The original fittings of the Utrecht city hall were all converted to smart alternatives. More than 2000 lamps are equipped with a “Node” which lets lamps communicate with each other wirelessly. Because of this, you can fully control every light wirelessly and remotely. You can also register relevant information, including the number of burning hours. Sensors have been installed in the office spaces that switch on the light when present and dim it back by sufficient daylight. In addition, the sun/light protection is linked to this wireless network. Because each lamp is now connected to Mymesh, the building has become smart and adaptive. This makes the monumental building ready for the future.
Reduced energy consumption
Increase life-span of lighting installation