Transport Canada recently announced that Canadian wind farm owners will now be able to include the installation of LIDSTM Technology in their regular obstruction Lighting application for their new facilities.
The new Samuel De Champlain bridge - a beacon for Montreal.
The bridge is the first project combining the obstruction lighting technology made by Technostrobe with the aids to marine navigation made by ITO Navaids. As a group, we now offer turnkey solutions to protect the tallest structures in the world – at sea and on land.
Coteau-du-Lac, April 23, 2018 – Technostrobe, a leader in the manufacturing of obstruction lighting systems for air navigation, announced today the acquisition of a majority interest in ITO Navaids, a Dutch company specializing in marine navigation aids. This highly strategic move therefore enables Technostrobe to not only make its first foray into the key European market, but also to offer cuttingedge products designed and manufactured by ITO Navaids in North America.
Data collected at the Gaspé, Québec site confirms LIDSTM Technology effectively dims the lights on wind farms during clear nights.
PROFIT and Canadian Business unveil 28th annual list of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies
Coteau-du-Lac, September 15, 2016 – Canadian Business and PROFIT today ranked Technostrobe No. 167 on the 28th annual PROFIT 500 list, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Published in the October issue of Canadian Business and at PROFITguide.com, the PROFIT 500 ranks Canadian businesses by their five-year revenue growth.
Technostrobe made the 2016 PROFIT 500 list with five-year revenue growth of 400%.
Here is a review of some of the improvements to the FAA advisory circular AC No. 70/7460-1, which spells out tower lighting requirements.
Large lighting replacement project at CBC's tall tower located on Geizer Hill in Halifax Technostrobe's new High Intensity LED lights insuring the protection of pilots and passengers in Atlantic Canada.
A wind farm’s blinking red obstruction lights are a necessary safety measure to ensure wind turbines – which can measure from 400 to 550 feet in height – are visible to pilots and their aircraft. However, the intensity of these beams can also be an irritant to nearby residents, as the lights blink in contrast against the night sky. But thanks to advances in obstruction lighting technology, suppliers are introducing new products that flash only when necessary. The improvements are part of a growing trend to make obstruction lighting programs less intrusive.
Technostrobe has launched its LIDS (Lighting Intensity Dimming Solution) Technology for wind turbines. The company says the product, which stems from a development partnership with Vaisala, combines visibility measuring devices, LED lighting equipment and a communications network.