Thinking Space Systems to exhibit ATC Furniture at ATM World Congress 2016
Thinking Space return once again to the ATC specialist event at their stand 1235 from 8th-10th March in Madrid. Having established a reputation for excellence over its three year history, the event is recognised as a leading provider of education and innovation in Air Traffic Management. The control room furniture specialists will this year be demonstrating the latest furniture solutions for ATC environments with some new twists in store.
The latest radar/approach desk solution will be available at the stand, displaying some brand new features and materials that the forward-thinking company can provide. This year, Thinking Space bring to the stand the latest colour trends for furniture in 2016. The result will be elegant, stylish and attention-grabbing!
Also at the stand will be an example of the latest simulator solution being offered by way of a hinged media wall to mount a bank of large flat screen monitors, much like the recent installation provided for a Middle Eastern client. As well as offering complete flexibility for positioning the media wall to suit the requirements of the simulator experience, aluminium perforated plates are fitted behind each mounting bracket, so that a PC can be stored behind each screen.
Our specialist sales team will be on hand to answer any queries you may have, whether it be for towers, radar/approach, simulators or training consoles. Hot off the press will be a brand new updated ATC brochure, giving you plenty examples and features offered, as well as a handy information leaflet for simulators. Both will be available at stand 1235 or you can download an interactive copy from their website www.thinking-space.com.
In addition, Managing Director Wayne Palmer, will be contributing to this years’ WATM Spotlight stage event, with a presentation entitled “Designing Your ATC Control Room”. Wayne will be sharing his wealth of experience in control room design with some handy hints and tips for you to consider and not to be missed, at 4pm on Tuesday 8th March.
As well as the exhibition itself, the “ATM road trip” with Thinking Space representative for Canada, James Groundwater, will be taking place once again. Covering 948 miles, their progress from the UK through France to Spain will be reported on through the company’s’ informal blog, with a few stops along the way to check out the local scene.
Look out for further information and follow Thinking Space Systems before and at the event.