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Hundreds of Robe luminaires installed at Royal Tank Museum
Nearly 400 Robe ParFect S1s LED luminaires are in action lighting the newly opened Royal Tank Museum in Amman, Jordan, illuminating 110 x battle-worn tanks from a century of wars in the Middle East and other more distant conflicts.
The lighting was specified by Amman-based AV and IT integration solutions specialist AKTCO. The project was led by Nidal Khalifeh (CEO), George Boury (project manager), and Duaa’ Khraim (design engineer) from AKTCO who worked closely with Elie Battah, from Robe Middle East, to coordinate the supply of ParFects to this installation.
The futuristic museum building was designed by Zaid Daoud Architects; the 20,000-square-meter space is divided into twelve halls showcasing the exhibits. AKTCO proposed a lighting scheme utilising the 375 x ParFect S1s. The lights are installed on gantries and trusses in the roof, and AKTCO also undertook all the installation work involved.
The ParFects are controlled via a PC-based system which also handles the building control, and they can be remotely accessed via an iPad App for tweaking. Ayman Takriti is AKTCO’s sound engineer who, with the rest of the team, worked on site with three integration engineers - Mohammad Nofal, Mohammad Bader and Ammar Mansour. Looking after the IT side ongoing are Alaa Jarrir and Aya Jarrah.
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