Held at The Star, ETC’s recent Architectural Lighting System seminar had keynote speakers Karl Haas, Architectural National Sales Manager for ETC, and Field Service Engineer II Scott O’Donnell speaking to the audience. Topics covered during the seminar included theme park application and system product sharing. The speakers also engaged in a discussion of stadium application product sharing, using different case studies as examples.


O’Donnell talking more about his line of work and what he does

Haas and O’Donnell went over various case studies in their line of work, explaining how they used the Unison Paradigm Control System to achieve park-wide lighting control. Paradigm allows users to manage installations with ease and style, offering features such as occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting, and time-scheduling capabilities. The control system also has customisable touchscreens, elegant wall stations and advanced control options.


Haas speaking to the audience

The speakers also talked about ETC’s recent acquisition of High End Systemseffectively allowing the company to now branch out into more live and high-end markets, and teased an upcoming additional demo area for rigging and High End Systems products in Hong Kong.

The seminar wrapped up with a panel discussion allowing participants to ask the speakers for advice regarding their own projects, and how the systems worked, as well as how long it usually took them to programme specific commands into the software. There was also a demo station set up for participants to have a look and feel of various ETC solutions.