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Bright Green Technology will return to Sign & Digital UK to show its new range of LED sign lighting systems.

On show will be the Bright Green Beam system for lighting projecting signs. Bright Green Beam has been used for wayfinding signage schemes at major international airports including Kuala Lumpur and Dubai, as well as large scale rollouts for major UK retailers.

Bright Green Technology will also be demonstrating their new range of wide angle modules. These modules are made with a patented optical lens that produces viewing angles of 140° for the mini version and 165° for the standard version. Bright Green Wide Angle Modules are an extremely economical way for sign makers to illuminate light boxes that require high lumen output and excellent lighting uniformity.

“For us the event is not just a showcase for our products but gives us a great opportunity to meet and really engage with the industry. We’ve seen trends towards improving illumination and more recently digital signage and we’re always keen to keep our eye on what’s coming next.”

Bright Green Technology have also recently illuminated a spectacular new backlit tower on the iconic Clydeside Expressway. The site, owned by Forrest Media, delivers huge impact to traffic travelling both east and west on Glasgow’s iconic highway.

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Bright Green Matrix was specified for the Xpressway project for its ease of installation, quality of display and leading cost efficiency. Even allowing for capital investment, the payback is as little as 12 months from installation.

In addition to the backlit advertising faces, the tower structure and landscaping is illuminated with controllable RGB illumination that can be creatively programmed to reflect and reinforce the media impact.

Andy Clark, CEO at Bright Green comments: “Advertisers and media owners need to be ever more innovative to engage with audiences, they must make their media work harder. That’s why outdoor advertising is always evolving.”