Applications : linear illumination devices

Underwater

 
 picto-plongee Beaconing for searches in open or closed waters: victim searches, subways, sewers, flooded car parks
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Technical diving: deep waters, wrecks, potholes, under ice, etc.

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Marking intervention areas: searching for victims, inspecting dams, etc.

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Underwater works: construction, inspecting hulls, propellers, wrecks, oilrigs, sluices, etc.

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Indicating diver decompression stops, training routes

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Underwater archaeological works

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Criminal investigation: search for clues in deep waters, reports, investigations

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Scientific research

 

Evacuation

Our guide lines can be installed permanently and light up automatically during power cuts to indicate evacuation paths and assembly routes prior to evacuation.

Examples:

picto-evacuation Aid for evacuating commercial, passenger and cruise ships
picto-evacuation Oilrigs: evacuation routes, temporary zoning
 picto-evacuation Marking evacuation routes in car parks and other underground areas
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Evacuation routes in car parks, basements, buildings receiving the public, hotels, etc.

 

Military - Civil security - Law enforcement

 

The electroluminescent guide line can be used for marking out zones on the public way, in mountains, forests, at sea… above ground, underground, and in the water.   

Multi-purpose armbands ensure that operators can be seen, increasing their security and so making them more efficient.

 picto-signalisation Accidents and disaster zones
 picto-signalisation Mountain rescue: marking out zones
 picto-signalisation Temporarily dangerous zones
 picto-signalisation Natural catastrophes, deep searches: buildings, cavities, landslides, etc.
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Marking out zones, exits and paths on busy sites: festivals, site visits, cultural and sports events 

 

Military:  drop zones, landing zones, IED safe area, unerground and caves recognition, refueling base, "no go" areas,  bridge edge crossing, etc..

Underground

   
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Marking out primary and secondary routes of underground circuits (grottoes, mines, galleries, etc.)

Fire

   
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Galleries, tunnels, caves, corridors, car parks and other very smoke-filled spaces: searches for origin of smoke, any victims, and marking out a path to access the fire

Sport activities

   
   Marking zones, training courses, illuminated paths