Hochiki Europe showcases intelligent life safety solutions at Light + Building
Hochiki Europe is exhibiting a range of intelligent emergency lighting products on Stand A85 in Hall 9.1 at the Light + Building event in Frankfurt on 18 – 23 March.
Hochiki Europe’s award-winning FIREscape emergency lighting system features LED technology based around an addressable control panel, combining enhanced intelligence with environmentally-friendly performance. The fully monitored system has been adopted by a number of hospitals, universities and airports due to the substantial cost savings it achieves for end-users during its lifespan.
Visitors to Hochiki Europe’s stand will also see an example of FIREscape lite – the self-contained emergency lighting kit designed to ensure building owners remain compliant with EU legislation at a reasonable cost.
In addition, Hochiki Europe will be displaying FIREscape+, the unique, combined fire detection and emergency lighting system that features ‘way finding’ technology. The revolutionary product has been created to save users time and money, while also protecting the safety of building occupants.
At the show, members of the Hochiki Europe team will also be on stand to offer expertise and guidance on selecting the right systems, and assist with project requirements.
As one of the most renowned trade fairs for lighting and building services technology, Light + Building will host over 2,600 exhibitors from across the globe.
Ian Watts, Emergency Lighting Manager at Hochiki Europe explained: “Effective emergency lighting solutions are imperative to the design of any building. As legislation changes and technology advances, we need to make sure duty holders across Europe are equipped with the knowledge they need protect their occupants and remain efficient.
“By showcasing our extensive range of intelligent and low-carbon emergency lighting solutions at Light + Building 2018, we can demonstrate exactly how these smart systems address key safety and energy saving challenges faced by our customers.”