The Sheraton Hotel is one of the leading convention centers in the Roman area where we focused our business only on certain areas of this structure: 12 independent meeting rooms, 3 restaurants, 3 halls, the entrance hall, 1 bar and 8 modular rooms that can be combined between them, according to needs, to form a single large room. With this project, we have been called to answer multiple and different levels of needs that can be grouped into design requirements and operational needs. At the design level, there has been the need to dim a high number of luminaires significantly different from each other both in terms of type of control and electrical power: from the control of 0-10V protocols to manage phase-cut circuits with a load up to 2000 Wattage each one.
In terms of operational needs, a key element was to provide both to the customers and the hotel staff, in charge of establishing and governing environments, a system that was both easy to use and able to control the various circuits in a focused view. All this features have been possible by implementing a program with different levels of access which allows simple control of the environment in normal mode and, by entering the correct credentials, access to a more sophisticated and invasive level of control on the standard operation of the system. Thanks to the flexibility of the programming environment we provided to the users different ways of interactivity with the system which can ensure, intuitively and transparently, the environment control in accordance with the chosen configuration.