With less than a month to go before Windforce 2014, Germany’s leading offshore wind event, hits Bremen (17 until 19 June), Dutch company Orga is making final preparations for the European debut of its next generation smart aviation obstruction light.

Set for production later this year, the prototype of Orga’s patent-pending fourth-generation medium-intensity LED obstruction lighting system will be unveiled at the three-day offshore wind trade fair.

Taking centre stage on Orga’s stand, visitors will be able to discover the unique certified global obstruction lighting system which incorporates a host of innovative features all in one smaller lighter unit designed to deliver optimum performance and lower the total cost of ownership.

The new microprocessor controlled white and red LED and IR system boasts cutting-edge optics, automatic day/night sensor, integrated monitoring and a self-contained power supply in a compact design for easy installation, long life and cost-effective and maintenance-free operation.

With 40 years of experience and knowledge in the design, development and manufacture of smart obstruction lights, Orga’s latest model is precision engineered to meet the minimum requirements specified within international and national regulatory standards whilst attaining maximum functionality.

Matthieu Scheffers, Business Manager for obstruction lighting at Orga said: “We are delighted to be debuting the prototype of Orga’s smart aviation obstruction light, of which production started, in Bremen. Orga has close connections in Germany and Windforce 2014 is a good platform for presenting new products and innovations. We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand.”

Windforce 2014 takes place 17 until 19 June in Bremen, Germany. Discover a new generation in smart aviation obstruction lighting with Orga on G44.

For more information, please contact
Cindy Jouvenaar Heskes, Communication Coordinator, Orga BV
T +31 10 208 5555
E c.jouvenaar@orga.nl

For more information, please also see www.orga-aviation.nl