Jungheinrich Booth at LogiMAT, Stuttgart, April 2023
|Client:||AMT (Agentur für Markenträume GmbH)|
|Commissioned by:||Jungheinrich AG|
|Date:||25th to 27th April 2023|
|Location:||Hall 9 of Messe Stuttgart|
|Services:||Video, Audio, Lighting, Rigging,Content Production, custom build by GoDev|
|Project Manager:||Dominik Nüssle|
Jungheinrich presented its latest automation solutions for perfectly coordinated interaction between control systems, tool chains and mobile robots at the LogiMAT international trade fair for intralogistics solutions and process management, which opened its doors at the Messe Stuttgart exhibition centre in April 2023. Visitors to LogiMAT witnessed Jungheinrich presentations highlighting how intelligent software can help autonomous transport vehicles and high-bay forklifts do their job fully automatically, safely and efficiently and how the latest generation of autonomous mobile robots can raise intralogistics to the next level for Jungheinrich's customers. The company's trade show appearance in Hall 9 at Messe Stuttgart also focused on solutions for automatic pallet and small-parts racking systems as well as digital products and software aimed at achieving more productivity, safety and sustainability in storage facilities and fleets.
We realised the four LED cubes with displays on all sides. With a height, depth and width of one metre, the cubes were visible from a long distance and seemed to hover above the Jungheinrich booth. Each was surrounded by a LED frame measuring approximately 2 by 2 metres. This customised solution made of powdered steel sections was manufactured by Go Development. Led strips and lettering for the featured product group completed the very effective visitor guidance concept. There was another, larger, movable LED cube above the centre of the booth, which could be lowered for product presentations.
An individual structural solution was required for the high-resolution LED wall measuring twelve by six-and-a-half metres at the head of the Jungheinrich booth: the client wanted the installed depth to be as small as possible so that it did not take up too much space on the booth. We decided the wall should be ground-stacked and not flown and provided the corresponding structural calculation in advance.
The content for these LED elements came from our control room via media server. Our Digital Media team also programmed four touch applications providing visitors with a variety of information on four touchscreens; Jungheinrich employees had another 21 displays at their disposal at the advice desks on the booth and in the meeting rooms to help them explain the company's product innovations and services.
As well as contributing our expertise in media technology, we also ensured a first-class show by providing homogeneous lighting of the booth, accentuating of the exhibits and show lighting for the product presentations – while also addressing sustainability aspects by deploying LED technology for the 200 lights.
Thanks to the detailed construction schedule planning realised together with Jungheinrich and all the technical disciplines, we were able to adhere to the tight schedule for set-up and subsequent dismantling.