Predictions are that the electric vehicle revolution in off highway industries is set to continue at a rapid pace. This quiet take over has many OE manufacturers racing to be the leading force in this new field of equipment. Particularly in the mining sector where noisy, polluting diesel engines can massively impact an already unpleasant […]
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The process of equipping industrial vehicles with the most appropriate warning lighting isn’t straightforward. As more vehicles are introduced into working spaces such as warehouses or ports, safety of pedestrians and other users become more of a concern. Protecting lives and reducing risk of injury is paramount to any material handing situation. There are many […]
Lighting has a dramatic effect on the look of a machine as well as the productivity and safety of the operator. Considering lighting at the very beginning of a project can help shape the final machine design to make it as individual and unique as you! You may think it is far too scary and […]
Making sure TYRI work lights are manufactured to the highest possible standards is part of our DNA. Here we speak with two of TYRI UK’s key team members about how they ensure the high quality of TYRI lights. TYRI prides itself on the quality of its work lights, from the components to the final manufactured […]
A well-lit environment makes us feel safe and allows us to work easier. In a well-lit environment we can focus on the things we want to do instead of being disturbed by uncomfortable lighting, glare and hazy colour rendering. Per-Arne Torstensson, Optical Engineer at TYRI, provides some tips on factors that produce good lighting. Make […]
Optical engineering is a challenging profession. This is particularly true when optical solutions must be adapted to design preferences while retaining optimal light distribution. Per-Arne Torstensson is a Senior Optical Engineer at TYRI whose workday consists of integrating lens systems and technologies in lights with a specific visual design. He tells us a bit more […]
Dr Lia Fernandez is on one of the optic specialists at TYRI. She is the person the company turns to when the Development department needs advice on, for example, how a light lens should be improved, or when sales representatives need help and insight into light and optics. But Lía has not always worked with […]
TYRI’s lights must withstand harsh stresses in the toughest environments. To guarantee that the lights perform in environments where they are subjected to impacts, high salt content, moisture, water, dust, and extreme cold or heat, all products are tested in TYRI’s own test lab. Anders Johansson, Head of Quality Testing, takes us on a tour […]
What are the latest trends in heavy vehicle lighting? What will happen to vehicle lighting as autonomous vehicles become increasingly ubiquitous? These are the types of questions that TYRI’s Research and Development department contemplates while monitoring industry trends and developing new innovations and technologies. Christian Wadell, Head of Product and Design Development, looks to the […]
The Heavy vehicle sector had clear requirements: “We want intelligent lighting for our vehicles. It must be simple to zone and rezone the right lighting as and when needed. We want the lighting system itself to be able to recognise dangerous, disruptive, or aggravating situations that arise and act on them. It must be possible […]