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Philips Works with Bristol Neonatal Unit


Believed to the first application of its kind in the UK, Philips has installed dynamic and ambient LED lighting in the recently extended Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, (NICU), at St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol. This not only helps to create a calming environment for parents and babies, but may help nursing staff to work even more effectively than before. As a global leader in patient monitoring, the unit has purchased a range of Philips IntelliVue monitoring equipment, providing hospital staff with easy access to relevant data right at the patient’s bedside, thus enabling more informed decisions to be made at the point of care.


Robe Supplies Lighting for BBC Show ‘Pointless’


Robe LEDWash 600 moving lights were used by lighting designer Tom Kinane to highlight the set of the latest series of the BBC’s popular quiz show “Pointless”, recorded in Studio 8 of the BBC TV Centre in west London, UK. The 22 LEDWashes, supplied by Kent based rental company Automated, were all located on the floor at the back of the set, and illuminated an eye-catching collection of flown fabric sails that were an integral part of Dominic Tolfts’ set design. They shaped and defined the overall


space in which the action took place. Kinane switched to using Robe’s ROBIN 600 LEDWash for this show mid-way through the last series. The results were exactly what he wanted, so he stayed with the same winning formula for this one, which has seen three episodes a day recorded for four days of the week.


Supersport Studios in Nigeria Chooses ETC


Until recently, none of the free to air broadcasters across Africa transmitted in HD, so, along with a few other subscription based stations, Supersport Africa – part of a continent-wide subscription TV network owned by a division of Multichoice International Holdings (MIH) – decided to fill the vacuum.


Multichoice converted a warehouse in Lagos, Nigera, into three TV studios as part of a ‘fast-track' project to create an HD broadcast facility using a range of ETC lighting, dimming and control. Supersport’s lighting director Angus Clarke explains: “Together with my colleagues at the station, and with assistance from both ETC and Ian Blair of Prosound in Johannesburg, we specified an ETC Element 60 and an ETC SmartFade ML lighting desk to control a range of ETC Source Four PARnels and Source Four Profile luminaires, as well as two Source Four luminaires with 10º lens tubes to use as followspots.”


Robert Juliat Aledin LED Profile Spots Solve Power Needs of Silverdale Baptist Church


Mankin Media Systems Inc. (MMS) of Franklin, Tennessee helped Chattanooga’s Silverdale Baptist Church find a cost-effective lighting solution for the renovation of existing space into a 2,000-seat auditorium, which includes integration of 15 Aledin 85-watt LED profile spots from Robert Juliat. The solution that MMS engineered was to specify LEDs for house and performance lighting since LEDs required significantly less power and offered a longer lifespan than conventional fixtures. Specifically, MMS chose 10 Robert Juliat Aledin 634SX-CW, three Aledin 631SX-CW and two Aledin 633SX-CW LED profile spots for the renovated space. “We selected Robert Juliat because they offered the only fixtures on the market that met our price point, had all the features we wanted – including moving shutters – and delivered the brightness we needed,” feels MMS project manager Stephen Roberts.


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