Thinking Space to exhibit air traffic consoles at World ATM Madrid 2017
Global ATC furniture specialists Thinking Space Systems, are once again exhibiting air traffic consoles at World ATM Congress. See their international team at their usual stand 1235, where they will be demonstrating examples of air traffic consoles, from 7th – 9th March, IFEMA Madrid.
This year, the innovative technical furniture manufacturer will be displaying the very latest in console design with two Air Traffic consoles. The first is a typical example of a radar console in the latest colour trends for furniture. As every console is designed to the client’s requirements, no two consoles are the same, yet there are design similarities which ensure the consoles are suitable for the working area. Having worked with clients to develop the radar desk solution over the last few years, their example provides an open framework with complete cable management. Also on display, are ideas on the mounting of equipment using Novus ergonomic desk accessories. In addition, PIP panels, a flight strip printer shelf, usb charger and the Moni-Trak perfect positioning rail complete the look.
Their second example is a control tower console. Also sleek and aesthetically pleasing in its design and materials chosen, it features a dropped back desk design to ensure exceptional line of sight over the aircraft movement areas. The latest design aspects including glass viewing panels for emergency procedures paperwork are demonstrated, along with specialist equipment mounting solutions.
With representation in over 9 countries around the globe, their international team will be available throughout the event to discuss your requirements and offer their specialist advice for your Air Traffic furniture. Managing Director Wayne Palmer, who last year contributed to the WATM Spotlight stage event with a presentation entitled “Designing Your Control Room” will be available to share his extensive knowledge of designing within ATC environments. Visit stand 1235 for an informal chat and viewing of the latest in technical furniture, or if you would like to book a meeting, then please get in touch.