On 9 November at Hotel Sav, VIP guests from the architecture and design fields will mingle with winners and industry professionals at the annual A&D Trophy Awards. Alongside the prestigious event, international powerhouse Philips will unveil its new Luminous Carpets system to the Hong Kong market.
Philips Luminous Carpets integrate cutting-edge LED lights and high-end Desso carpets, offering a wide range of creative applications. Welcome visitors to your office with a personal message; enhance your brand by providing the right information; draw in crowds at tradeshows with eye-catching floor displays or greet and guide hotel guests through their accommodation – the possibilities are endless with this innovative new product.
Combining high-end carpets with cutting-edge LEDs, the technology connects easily with your electrical and IT systems with one simple setup. Luminous Carpets can be simply integrated with other connected lighting and internet related technology, and by interacting with your visitors in new and inspiring ways, you'll create a lasting impression on everyone who enters your building.
To create the product, cutting-edge LEDs have built into strong units that protect the lights from any spilled fluids. These are then combined with high quality carpets – specially developed for the purpose – that are designed to fit in to any architectural space.
With a little guidance, Luminous Carpets can be easily installed into your floor and connected to your electrical and IT infrastructure. The system is prepared to be linked with a building management system and run pre- programmed light displays, but alternatively, you can change the lights on-demand from a mobile device or any other networked devices.
The super thin LED panels and lights have been created using the latest LED technology, and together with the light transmissive carpet tiles, this patented solution is unique in the market today. Installed underneath the carpet tiles, the LEDs are built into enclosed units that are strong enough to be walked on while still protecting against spillages without overheating.
If you haven’t got your tickets for the event yet, be sure to snap one up here, so that you can be part of this exciting product debut by Philips.
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