Helvar Ltd


Helvar is a specialist in intelligent and energy efficient lighting solutions. Our extensive range of products, including lighting controls and luminaire components, can be used as single components or combined into lighting systems to achieve smart solutions. These solutions allow our customers to deliver not only vastly improved energy efficiency but enhanced human comfort, mood and productivity with lighting.

Helvar’s luminaire component portfolio consists of LED drivers and modules as well as sensors.

Helvar lighting systems offer lighting control and energy management solutions for commercial and architectural applications based on open systems technology. This facilitates integration with other building services. Helvar offers energy efficiency from single luminaire solutions up to lighting systems of complete buildings. Helvar takes seriously its responsibility to support overall sustainability targets and offers solutions to support green values in lighting.

Our sales offices and global partner network takes care of our customers in more than 40 countries. Our headquarters are located in Finland, as are most of our luminaire component development and manufacturing.

New lighting technology will play a key role in buildings to improve people’s well-being, comfort and productivity.

Helvar’s role in this project is to develop and pilot new lighting control solutions together with other project partners. This will be achieved by using available data on users and the conditions in premises. Combining this data with artificial intelligence algorithms will lead to human-centred lighting control solutions that dynamically adapt to the needs of the people in the space.

Other partners

Argumenta Ltd
Business Finland
Fatman Ltd
Grandlund Ltd
Helvar Ltd
Jelecon Ltd
Lassila & Tikanoja
Mirasys Ltd
Newsec Asset Management Ltd
Sodexo Ltd
Tampere University of Technology (TUT)
The University Properties of Finland Ltd (SYK)
University of Oulu
University of Tampere
University of Turku
Valossa Labs Ltd
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland