Wireless DMX drew major interest at Light + Building 2016, in Frankfurt showcasing the new cutting edge range of products featuring the new G5 software with Triple-Band technology and advanced Adaptive Frequency Hopping, along with their current OEM series including the fast-selling COB chip, a 6mm by 6mm RDM compliant DMX chip.
Wireless Solution were present for all 6 days, networking with existing and new customers from both the architectural and entertainment industries, discussing applications from street lighting and high bay installation, through to the entertainment business.
Additionally, Wireless Solution partnered with University of South Wales, to offer James Walton -student of BSc Lighting Design Technology in the United Kingdom – an opportunity to work at the show. James performed as an ambassador for the brand during the week as well as networking with other industry leaders also exhibiting in Frankfurt.
For James, this was an incredible opportunity to be alongside manufacturers and meet key-players in the industry, especially after working on a number of projects and installations utilizing a mixture of both W-DMX’s off-the-shelf and OEM products (such as the FMX bike project, recently advertised).
James commented: “The W-DMX team were incredibly accommodating, giving me responsibility and the time to visit a number of other brands, for my own benefit. From a personal perspective, it was brilliant to see people so excited about the product range and discovering the endless flexibility and possibilities a W-DMX system brings to projects. “
David Ferraz, International Business Development Manager for Wireless Solution added: “James displayed a wealth of technical knowledge. His background in working and exhibiting for companies including Robe, White Light and Enttec was very valuable and it certainly reflected in his capacity to promote our products. “
For Niclas Arvidsson, CEO of Wireless Solution, Light + Building is an important show in the company’s roadmap: “W-DMX has a huge potential in the architectural market following the rise of LED technology and demand for a high precision control in this sector. We are currently the only company providing a combination of precise DMX and RDM control combined with the flexibility of a wireless system in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz spectrum.”