Robert Juliat returns to Frankfurt in 2016, in a new location, where it will celebrate the show's re-imagined layout with its German distributor, Lightpower GmbH, in the Lightpower Village (Hall 3 Stand C44).
The award-winning DALIS LED cyclorama and wall wash light will be on show in all its multi-coloured glory,… and promises some exciting new developments this year. Since its introduction twelve months ago at Prolight + Sound 2015, Dalis has really taken off with demand coming from all corners of the globe.
Compact, lightweight and easy to install with a quick-rig mounting system, Dalis' 8-colour mixing LED system and 16-bit control result in an almost infinite range of repeatable colour possibilities, including true tunable white from 6500K to 2200K. Its exclusive patented optical system composed of 48 micro optical asymmetric reflectors, ensures an even spread of light, smooth colour transitions and perfect dimming from 100% - 0%. Its massive output belies its small power consumption, while silent, fanless operation makes Dalis perfect for opera houses and television studios and any sound-sensitive applications. Each 1m Dalis batten has four separately controllable sections allowing precise control of linear sections and can be mounted horizontally or vertically. Whichever way you look at it, Dalis has all the right ingredients to spice up your light!
This year's Prolight + Sound stand will demonstrate the Dalis effect in large format as 20 Dalis units are used in unison over a 8m x 7m cyclorama. New ideas will also be presented, rendering the Dalis family especially attractive to lighting designers of dance and ballet.
To see Dalis in action view our video presentation here: Spice up your light!
Robert Juliat's ZEP Family, the Zep 660 SX 300W LED profile and its Fresnel counterpart, Zep 360LF, will both be on show. The RJ Fresnel can be used as a direct replacement for traditional 1k or 2k Fresnel units but uses only 300w of long life LED power resulting in huge cost savings. Retaining all the key features of a traditional RJ fixture, the Zep family presents a genuine energy saving alternative to traditional fixtures, without the compromises.
Of course, no show would be complete without an appearance of Robert Juliat followspots, and this year Robert Juliat will present both the largest and the smallest of its range, as the 2500W HMI touring spot, Merlin, stands alongside the compact LED followspot, Roxie.
Merlin is a hot-restrike, flicker-free, 2.5k 6000k output beast with a built-in ballast that is powered from a just a single 16a connector. Designed for a tough life on the road, Merlin is built of aluminium and stainless steel for strength and anti-corrosion properties; its 4:1 optical range covers 3°-12° making it suitable for short and long throw applications. All RJ standard features are present, with the addition of separate horizontal and vertical shutters and advanced diagnostics which are accessible locally or remotely via RDM. Merlin is the perfect rental investment for concert touring.
With Roxie, it is all about efficiency. This compact marvel of efficient optics sports an Osram LED source with an output to rival a traditional 575W fixture. It is available in three colour temperatures and offers perfect beam shaping from 10.5° to 22.5°. Roxie is the ideal energy-efficient solution for all those venues where running costs need to be significantly reduced.
'Prolight + Sound is the highlight of the tradeshow calendar in Europe,' says Robert Juliat CEO, François Juliat. 'It is the ideal opportunity to gather our distributor family together, reinforce strong partnerships, and meet international end-users and all our Robert Juliat customers face to face.'
More details of all Robert Juliat products can be found at www.robertjuliat.com
Link to DALIS video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qyiwxMUBM4
As Birmingham prepares to decant en masse to the Cheltenham Festival next week, soon-to-be-crowned Champion Jockey Richard Johnson has offered punters his top tips.
And he should know given he is one of a select few to have won the Big Four - the Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, World Hurdle and… Gold Cup.
Eventmasters' horse racing ambassador - the sports hospitality agency is hosting thousands of race goers across a range of facilities and has sold out all four days at its premier Silks @ Frontrunners offer - he pledged: 'The Gold Cup for me is the best race of the week and it is the pinnacle.'
Johnson won it in 2000 on Looks Like Trouble riding for his father-in-law Noel Chance and there is a special postscript to the story. 'Looks Like Trouble now lives at home with us, he has become a family pet, we love him. I haven't got a ride in the Gold Cup at the moment but fingers crossed something comes up because I would love to win the race again.'
However, Johnson thinks that an old-favourite who has made a blistering return to form this season could be the horse to beat. 'Looking at this year's Gold Cup I'd love to ride Cue Card. It's amazing for a ten-year-old to show the improvement he has when most horses are usually on the decline. And of course he's won at The Festival before.'
In the Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase, Johnson believes Balthazar King can bounce back from injury. 'Balthazar King is in great form. He missed the race last season and was aimed at the Grand National, but this year he has been specifically trained for the Cross Country and is looking to win it for a third time. He is my best chance of the week.'
Elsewhere he fancies Garde La Victoire, which, dependent on the ground, could go in the JLT Novices' Steeple Chase.
And Saddlers Encore in the Pertemps Final is in the frame. 'He is still improving and won nicely at Sandown last time out. He is trained by Phillip Hobbs and doesn't have many miles on the clock.'
As for The Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy, Douvan is the pick. 'He really looks to be the up and coming star at the moment and I really can't see him getting beat.'
Johnson is having a fantastic season and, now the legendary AP McCoy has put his feet up, is way ahead in the jump jockey championship.
He said: 'At the start I didn't really set myself any specific targets for numbers of winners, the main aim was the title. But the fact that I have had over 200 winners so far this season, combined with reaching 3,000 career winners has made it a very special year.
'I've been really shocked by the support I have received from the industry - it has been amazing to be honest and the season couldn't have gone any better. Hopefully we can continue with a good week at Cheltenham.'
Quizzed on the possibility of retirement, he replied: 'No chance! I've been trying to win this title for 22 years, so there are definitely no thoughts of retirement.'
Eventmasters managing director Denise Sheasby, a horse racing enthusiast, was a part owner of the popular 2010 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Imperial Commander.
She said: 'It was great to have AP McCoy as our racing ambassador in his retirement year of 2015. We are delighted that Richard will be joining us at Silks both before and after racing on what should be a very special occasion for everyone especially as he is charging towards the jockeys' title which he has been seeking for so long.'
DURHAM entrepreneur Nickie Gott is to be awarded a OBE in the Queen's New Year Honours list 2016 for services to women into business and female entrepreneurship in the North East.
Nickie, 49 founded She's Gott It! in April 2002 and the company based on the Lambton estate has now become… renowned for creating exciting events internationally, including the recent Hitachi plant opening attended by the Prime Minister and Chancellor and the opening of the new Crowne Plaza Newcastle
A previous winner of the North East Woman Entrepreneur of the Year, NE Entrepreneur of the Year and Region's Best Small Business award, most recently Nickie's company has been awarded two national event awards; Best Practice and Best Event at the National Outdoor Events Awards.
Following being named North East Woman Entrepreneur in 2007, Nickie became actively involved in supporting and growing the region's female business community and entrepreneurs.
Her commitment to growing the region's female talent pool led to her forming the North East Women's Advisory board, part of the North East Chamber of Commerce, in September 2012.
Through this group Nickie actively supports and promotes female entrepreneurship, as she believes passionately in the need to use networks and mentors to grow regional talent.
Nickie also now drives and supports the annual North East Women Entrepreneur of the Year awards that take place each November and acts as a business mentor to a number of businesses.
On being told of her impending OBE, Nickie said: 'I was swept away with shock and gratitude when I opened the letter to see I have been being recommended for this prestigious honour. Championing women to start and grow their own business is my big passion, so being nominated especially for my services to women into business is wonderful.'
Nickie has overcome numerous challenges in her life to become the success she is today, including failing all of her 8 O-levels at 16, being made redundant at 3 months' pregnant with her first child, having a seriously ill second child and recovering from breast cancer and treatment in 2008.
The 2016 IIC Show -
now in its second year, specialises in bringing forward the idea of inclusion, independence
and choice for people associated mixed ability. Taking place at the renowned Manchester Central
Convention Complex doors will open in just 9 days. The IIC Show is the most comprehensive retail and resource
event in… the North West of England.
! The show will take place over 2
days on Sunday 31st of January &
Monday the 1st of February and will boast
a range of exciting, beneficial and essential products and services aimed especially at those associated with
mixed ability. Along with a selection of exhibitors at the show there will also be extremely invaluable and
high quality CPD accredited seminars and essential advice points which will be set out across the exhibition.
These seminars and advice points will be very useful for healthcare professionals, special needs educators,
occupational therapists and many many more.
! There will be up to 100 exhibitors showcasing products and services over the weekend. Including but not
Mobility car showroom
Special Educational Needs zone (SEN Zone)
The latest innovations in mixed ability technology
Specialist free advice areas
Assistance dog demonstrations
Adaptive sports zone
These are just some of the excellent features available over the weekend at the IIC Show 2016. The exhibitors
who are taking part in IIC Show 2016 will be covering a wide range of disabilities including:
Physical and motor skills
Intellectual (learning and literacy)
Along with all of the features at the event, there will also be a selection of prestigious names sponsoring the
core elements of the show. Renault UK are on-board as the headline sponsor for the Moving and Handling
Theatre. Experia Innovations are also leading the way as headline sponsors throughout the show sponsoring
the Special Needs Education (SEN) stage, a perfect fit for the mixed ability educational sector.
Registration for the IIC Show 2016 is free and can be completed online before doors open on the 31st of January
The show is an excellent opportunity for both public and professional individuals to come and gain a
insight into the different aspects of mixed ability and explore the different solutions, support and
services available for those who are associated mixed ability.
Register online for free now: http://goo.gl/nMtsYw
The IIC Show 2016
31st January - 1st February 2016 10AM-4PM
Fri 6th May 2016-Sun 8th May 2016
Buxton, SK17 8RW
Fri 6th May 2016-Sun 8th May 2016
Haselbury Mill nr Yeovil, Somerset
Fri 6th May 2016-Sun 8th May 2016
Warren Farm Holiday Park,, Somerset TA8 2RP
Fri 6th May 2016-Sun 8th May 2016
Oulton Park, United Kingdom