The National Aviation Infrastructure Show in Moscow, Russia, will be OCEM’s first exhibition of 2016
OCEM Airfield Technology’s first exhibition showing of 2016 will be Feb. 9-10 at the National Aviation Infrastructure Show in Moscow, Russia, where the Italian company will present its full line of airfield lighting and monitoring systems suited for extreme temperatures and conditions.
OCEM’s halogen and LED product lines both perform optimally whether exposed to high heat or sub-freezing temperatures and other harsh conditions. Drawing on the success of its highly reliable halogen products, the company offers a field-proven LED “Arctic kit” with surface-treated optical prisms and low protrusion to allow for easy removal of snow.
The company will also demonstrate how airports of all sizes can successfully upgrade to low-energy, cost-saving LED lighting systems, based on numerous highly effective installations completed in recent years.
Last year alone, OCEM’s LED product line was installed in airports in Berlin, Sao Paolo, Madrid, Milan, Seattle, and Abu Dhabi. LED luminaries have an average lifespan of more than 150,000 hours and guarantee performance on par with halogen lights — all while greatly reducing energy consumption and maintenance costs.
OCEM’s booth at NAIS, located at the Crocus Expo Center, will be in the Italian pavilion at stand C326. To schedule an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and our marketing team will contact you as soon as possible.
OCEM Airfield Technology
Lighting the future
OCEM is a global airfield lighting solutions company with close to a century of experience in the commercial airfield industry. It has supplied lighting equipment to more than 1,100 airports on six continents and has installed more than 140 airfield control monitoring systems. Based in Bologna, Italy, OCEM — together with its partners Multi Electric (U.S.) and Augier Energy (France) — forms part of Aretè & Cocchi Technology, an industrial holding group focused on high-tech businesses leading niche industrial fields.