The Fredriksten fortress, built in the 17th century as protection against Swedish incursions, has its name from king Fredrik III, king of Denmark and Norway. The fortress protrudes above Halden, a busy Norwegian town and a bustling commercial hub. Halden is also home for Østfold University College, which with its 7500 students and 650 employees strongly influences the town life. From the college campus, there’s a footpath to the nearest grocery store. The footpath is illuminated using Comlight’s movement detection system for street lighting.
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