The Pegasus Award is granted to the most successful companies of Upper Austria and is the most recognized business award in this province of Austria. Receiving the Pegasus Award in silver for the second time after 2008 due to exceptional performance is yet another appreciation of the high level of business performance at LOYTEC. The ceremony took place on the 6th of June at the Brucknerhaus in Linz. For the twentieth time in succession selected companies were honoured with the Pegasus trophy.
Industry Award 2013
Every year the best industrial companies are awarded with the "Industry Award" by Huber Publishing House for New Media. The award shall emphasize the enterprises' strength and innovative energy. High technological, economical, ecological or social value are the criteria which the top-class expert jurors take as a basis in evaluating the submissions. The jury consists of 30 professors an expert journalists. This high number and constellation grants objective appraisal and makes the award unique in the industry.
LOYTEC was nominated for the leaderboard in the category "Electrical engineering" with the project "Energy efficient lighting and sun blinds control in the tallest building of the Basque country - Iberdrola Tower". This huge business center in Bilbao consists of 41 floors, where 20.000 DALI luminaries and 5.000 automated sun blinds are controlled via 70 L-DALI Controllers and 35 L-INX Automation Servers.
Best Infrastructure Product 2012 by LonMark International
“Every year we continue to be impressed with the level of innovation from our members,” said Barry Haaser, executive director, LonMark International. “The dedication to innovation grows significantly and this year’s winners truly demonstrated superior levels of expertise with open control networking technology based on the ISO/IEC 14908 suite of standards.“
Health Award of Upper Austria 2012
LOYTECs Export and Logistics Department was awarded the Health Award of Upper Austria 2012. The award is presented each year by the Economic Chamber of Upper Austria to companies, which promote work place health care to a special extent. This commitment shall be rewarded. Vital criteria for the competition have been workplace design, fitness facilities for employees, staff-oriented management style and a kind of corporate culture promoting motivation of staff members. "The people employed are our capital, but also the soul and the heart of our company. This is why we meet them with appreciation, grant a say in matters of office design and provide an in-house fitnesscenter and a garden pool for well spent breaks during but also after office hours. Fruit and tea for free is a matter of course, too, " stated Josef Wojak, LOYTEC CFO, when gladly accepting the award.