Spring 2017 Newsletter now available

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The latest projects, case studies and news is now available from Thinking Space Systems in their Spring 2017 newsletter. Over the past few months, they highlight the work undertaken in the security sector in the lead up to the largest European security exhibition of the year, IFSEC International.

In this issue, a large scale project was recently completed in which a total of 44 consoles were provided to Bristol City Council. With three different types of console and with height adjustment options too, the clients’ complete requirements were taken care of.

Also on the security sector front, Thinking Space recently attended the official opening of the new CCTV hub at Blackburn with Darwen Council. A particular feature here was the installation of an 11 metre media wall spanning the width of the room, displaying a total of 33 large flat screen monitors.

A series of eight controller workstations were recently completed for a Kanya client. The eight stations house specialist equipment and incorporate Novus monitor mounts too.

Novus have recently launched a brand new product to add to their LED task lamp range. The new Attenzia lamp is sleek and elegant in look, supplied in three finishes.  With infinite dimmability, it has automatic switch-off and flexible height positioning.

Also launched recently was the new height adjustable edit desk from MW Video Systems. After listening to customer feedback, the new height adjustable desk comes in two widths and is electrically operated to allow for complete personalisation for sit/stand working.

Finally, Thinking Space round up their latest company news, which includes the introduction of their new management team as well as lots of charity fundraising…

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