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Thinking Space to Exhibit at World ATM Congress 2018

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Innovative furniture specialists Thinking Space Systems are pleased to announce their attendance at the World ATM Congress 2018 in Madrid.

For the sixth year running, and since the beginning, Thinking Space will be attending the event with a representation of Air Traffic consoles being demonstrated by their international team, at stand 240.

Bringing with them are two examples of control room furniture. The first is a typical air traffic tower console with dropped back desk design. Sleek and aesthetically pleasing, this particular console is a prototype and tells a story. It’s design was specifically developed after extensive consultations with a major client. This involved multiple site visits to the Thinking Space factory, as well as further development work as part of the manufacturing process to create the prototype, an example being shown on the stand.

The second console is an example of desking for a radar operator. The usual aluminium profile framework has been powdercoated, demonstrating that different finishes are possible.

With an array of accessories for ATC environments, Thinking Space can demonstrate their value in providing equipment upstands and mounts to complement your workspace. These primarily use the Novus monitor mount range, but with other products in the company portfolio, customised solutions are achieved.

The Thinking Space team of Air Traffic Specialists will be on hand throughout the event, to explain how they work with you and your teams to achieve furniture solutions which are right for your working environment. They will aim to understand the needs of your workflow, your equipment and your people to present truly innovative solutions.

Please visit stand 240 from 6th to 8th March at the World Congress Exhibition in Madrid.

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