Mark your calendars!
Multi Electric Mfg. will participate in the 2018 Airport Planning, Design and Construction Symposium, a pre-eminent technical event covering the U.S. airfield market’s latest industry developments, from Feb. 28 to March 2 in Denver, Colorado.
Multi Electric will showcase its FAA Certified MADE-IN-AMERICA LED solutions for airfield ground lighting and its advanced options for airfield monitoring and control.
Multi Electric was founded in 1917 and served Airport Industry both Military and Civil for over a century.
Since the beginning the company has been dedicated to investing in innovation and creating products that anticipate the market’s needs. In the 1960s it helped develop the original standards for inset lighting, together with the U.S. military, and received patents for the original variable intensity strobe lights for airports.
Multi also pioneered and patented a PAPI technology that allowed its lighting signals to consume half the power of other PAPIs.
Multi Electric part of the OCEM organization, Leader in Airfield Ground Lighting globally, can count on over 1.150 Global References and 225 installed Control and Monitoring Systems.
Among the first companies in the world to incorporate long-lasting, energy efficient LED technology into their elevated and inset lighting signals, today the Group can count on the largest FAA Certified LED Product Line available globally.
Today the Group have gained recognition all over the world for their products’ premium quality and innovative solutions, and now excited to announce to have established a Made-in-America Initiative for the complete Elevated and Inset LED Product Line which complete and extend the existing traditional Quartz Production capability off its historical headquarter and production site in Chicago.
Come learn more about Multi Electric’s products and meet the team at booth No. 321. See you in Denver!
Lighting the future
OCEM Airfield Technology is a leading global airfield lighting provider with close to a century of experience in the airfield industry. It has supplied AGL solutions and systems to more than 1,150 airports and installed more than 235 airfield control monitoring systems worldwide. Based in Italy, together with Multi Electric (U.S.) and Augier (France), OCEM forms part of Aretè & Cocchi Technology, a holding group focused on high-tech businesses leading industrial fields.