DMS Lighting has now become one of the SSL standards providers for a large portion of the Asian lighting community with some major OEM activities in Europe and the North America. We have been providing premium grade products to the installation industry since its early days and have had a significant impact on the landscape of RGB and RGBA lighting around the world.
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The LED revolution has just begun so hold on to your hats as the ride has just begun!
Henderson Road Bridge at night
DMS Lights the Way
Singapore August 2008 The Hederson Road bridge project was designed and constructed from 2006-08 in collaboration with RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Pte) Ltd, Singapore.The bridge is now open to pedestrians and employs many environmentally friendly design features such as renewable forest woods and LED lighting from DMS Lighting.
The bridge across Henderson Road, which stands at 37 metres above ground, is Singapore's highest pedestrian bridge. Linking Mount Faber and Telok Blangah Hill, the bridge is part of the government's project to join the Southern Ridges. One thing passers-by will notice about the bridge is that it has been built at an incline. The structure is as such to accommodate the height difference between Mount Faber and Telok Blangah Hill, while allowing easy access for wheelchair users. The bridge was mostly completed at about 5.15am on December 1, however, the pedestrian access was only opened in 2008.
View of HRB from below
Pedestrian walkway on HRB
Clarke Quay at Night
DMS Lighting wakes ups Singapore
July 2008 - DMS Lighting's LED products line is used to light up Singapore's famous tourist spot know as Clarke's Quay. For those of you that have been there before the transformation, you can really see how these amazing LED lights have changed the landscape into a vibrant festive environment.
The transformation of Clarke Quay began in the 1990s when the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) undertook the task of planning for the river and working with other public agencies to breathe new life to the riverfront - outdoor refreshment areas were introduced along the river banks, buildings conserved, tree-lined promenades designed, etc. The makeover did not stop there.
Clarke Quay has always been regularly refreshed to retain its allure. It has, however, never been so completely transformed as these latest changes that we have witnessed. Over the last two years, we have seen remarkable changes that have got, not only Singaporeans, but also people from abroad talk about them. Early this year, The New York Times highlighted Clarke Quay as a project that has transformed and enlivened the city. I can see for myself how the S$85 million facelift has truly transformed Clarke Quay into one of Singapore’s world-class entertainment hubs.
Today, not only has Clarke Quay become one of the most talked about dining and night entertainment destinations amongst the locals, it is also clearly one of the must visit spots for tourists. The introduction of a critical mass of new and exciting concepts, including Crazy Horse, Ministry of Sound, and most recently, The Cannery, has paved the way for Singapore to become Asia’s top night entertainment destination. Visitors are spoilt for choice amongst the numerous entertainment outlets that have opened at the revamped Clarke Quay.
Clarke Quay plaza
DMS Inground LED Lights in action
DMS Lighting has participated in the Asian International Building Interiors Design Show in Hong Kong in June and features interior building suppliers from around the world.
DMS Lighting exhibitied its products at the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair from October 27-30 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center.
This show was a key event in the Asian region and showcases many prime suppliers of lighting products.
DMS Lighting exhibited its products at the Sign & Display Show from August 28th-30, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan. This show was held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center. The qualtiy of the products were the talk of the show, with many new customers also visiting from other Asian countries adding to an exciting conclusion to this important event.