New Air Traffic Control Furniture brochure published for ATM World Congress

Thinking Space Systems have just published their new air traffic control furniture brochure, in time for next weeks’ ATM World Congress in Madrid.  The control room furniture specialists, who have worldwide recognition for delivering console solutions to ATC environments, will be launching the new brochure with new products and solutions at the event.

The brochure focuses on the four main environments of the ATC industry; radar, tower, simulators and training consoles.  Whilst Thinking Space offer completely bespoke furniture solutions, they have developed, in conjunction with worldwide ATC customers, typical designs for these environments. Thinking Space has also created a multitude of options for control room accessories, which is clearly demonstrated in the brochure. In all ATC environments, the position of equipment is of paramount importance, which is why a great deal of research and design has gone into equipment housings, mounting and their console design.
Also at ATM World Congress, which is being held in Madrid from 10th to 12th March, Thinking Space will be at stand 1235 displaying the latest console design for radar environments.  The radar desk features equipment housings as well as the Moni-Trak monitor mounting rail from Thinking Space.  Multiple flat screen monitors can be positioned at any point along the console, using the support column and a large range of Novus monitor mounts.
A separate display table will show some of the accessories available; from VCCS mounts, to speaker mounting and tablet holders.
The Thinking Space International sales team and ATC specialists will be at the event to answer any questions you may have regarding furniture solutions.  If you would like to book a meeting, please get in touch. 
To download the brochure from the resources page, or contact us for a printed copy. 

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