Inmarsat is the industry leader and pioneer of mobile satellite communications, and have been powering global connectivity for almost four decades. In 2016, Inmarsat launched GX Aviation as the world's first global, high-speed aviation broadband service in Singapore.
Jotta Studio, the designers of the GX Aviation room, designed two large scale installations for the global launch of GX Aviation. One installation was designed for educating and inspiring airline representatives and the other for the purpose of holding meetings to accompany the most significant clients in the industry.
As a result, Jotta required lighting which had high visual impact with a quality finish to enlighten learners and to entice potential clients.
The 'Connected Air' installation represented a high-tech interior of an aircraft complete with "windows" lined with the Micro Neon, accentuating the 'hovering' 3D printed objects each representing twelve separate stories. Guests had the opportunity to interact with the objects using an iPad in order to explore the key product benefits.
The other installation represented a broken-up cube in plan, and the stand consisted of a 4.5m high chevron structure which split the cube diagonally. Over 550sq meters of LED panels broken into individualised pixels covered the entire cube structure.
The Micro Neon, and the Eco Flex were the perfect choice of lighting and both met every expectation for the project. The Micro Neon was thin enough to fit Inmarsat's narrow recesses and has the ability to bend vertically and horizontally, and the Eco Flex illuminated every object due to the increased number of LED chips resulting in a higher lumen output.