As a market leader for outdoor luminaires, DTS has become synonymous with high-quality and durable products, that set the benchmark for reliability and performance across the industry.
The Zaha Hadid Architects designed Sheikh Zayed Bridge is an impressive structure that connects Abu Dhabi Island with the mainland. The 160m water ‘wall’ feature is considered a technical marvel, that can visually transform the bridge facade.
DTS underwater LED projectors were used to bring the striking design to like, using IP68 rated products made from bronze to withstand the saltwater environment.
The easily programmable RGBW colour mixing delivered an endless palette of colours for the client to choose from, with consistently reliable, zero-fail output.
The Hamamatsu Fruit Park in Tokinosumika, Japan, is a fruit-themed agricultural park, that includes a winery, restaurants, shopping and glamping facilities.
A key feature for the park is a 200-jet dancing fountain display, which used 240 DTS underwater LED projectors to create dramatic lighting effects with the water. The fountain was synchronised with both music and light, using high-performance products to ensure the entertaining scenes could operate from dusk until dawn.
Since its installation, the fountain show has become one of the main attractions of the Hamamatsu Fruit Park, helping to promote the many facilities that visitors can enjoy throughout the year.
TILT lighting designers, produce creative, large-scale luminaires and public realm art installations.
Using DTS outdoor wash lights and projectors to support their touring projects, TILT could rely on product durability, with the benefit of ACC (Anti-Corrosion Coating) treatment, making products suitable for climates with high humidity and saltiness levels, as well as for wide temperature ranges.
The high power, compact and self-contained lighting ranges were perfect for temporary lighting applications, but also for safe long-lasting installations throughout the touring season.