Orga Aviation, a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of state-of-the-art hazard warning lights, is celebrating after its most successful European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) event ever.
This was Orga’s sixth year of exhibiting at the EWEA annual conference and exhibition and with high attendance levels and a buzzing exhibition hall, the overall vibe at EWEA 2014 was certainly positive.
An excellent platform for showcasing new products to the wind energy market, visitors to Orga’s stand were treated to the world’s first sneak glimpse of its next generation smart aviation LED obstruction light.
Set for production later this year, Orga’s patent-pending fourth-generation medium-intensity LED obstruction lighting solution brings together a host of innovative features all in one single, smaller and lighter unit to deliver optimum performance and lower the total cost of ownership.
Building on the success of its highly successful and popular L450-series, which was also on show at the event, Orga’s latest 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 use and installation.
With all international hardware solutions now consolidated into one model, Orga offers its growing global customer base a unique certified obstruction lighting system. Optical engineering at its best, the smart lighting solution is precision engineered to meet the minimum requirements specified within international and national regulatory standards whilst attaining maximum functionality.
Praising this year’s event, Matthieu Scheffers, Business Manager for obstruction lighting at Orga said: “EWEA 2014 exceeded all our expectations. We received solid enquiries and are confident they will result in new business. Visitors were especially interested in our next generation smart LED obstruction light and the feedback we received was very positive.”
Scheffers also commended the EWEA conference programme, particularly noting the presentation delivered by Dave Jones, Head of Renewable Energy at Allianz Capital Partners. According to Jones, cost reduction is one of the biggest challenges facing the wind energy industry today and that reducing capital costs, particularly in offshore wind, must be an industry priority over the coming years.
“It was interesting to hear what Dave Jones had to say,” said Scheffers. “For 40 years, Orga has been committed to producing precision-engineered aviation obstruction lighting systems which will help minimise capital costs and costs of ownership.”
Scheffers added: “We are totally focused on continuing to give our customers a sustainable competitive advantage by keeping ahead of emerging technologies.”
Following the success of EWEA 2014, Orga Aviation will be exhibiting at Windforce 2014, 17–19 June in Bremen, Germany. Discover a new generation in smart obstruction lighting on Stand G43
For more information, please contact
Matthieu Scheffers, Business Manager, Orga Aviation BV
T +31 10 208 5511
For more information, please also see www.orga-aviation.nl