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A green AV initiative contributing to sustainability 

In today’s world, sustainability is a pressing issue. An awareness must also follow in the AV industry. Lang AG will contribute to this with its Green AV Initiative.

In order to answer the question of how the AV industry can act more sustainably, Lang will contribute to identifying which products and technologies are needed to achieve this. In doing so, the company intends to make a comprehensive assessment of the complete value chain. In addition to products and technologies, Lang is also reviewing its manufacturing, supply chains and operations.

“In order to be able to make appropriate comparisons, industry-wide standards are a necessity,” said a company statement. “For example, if products are to be evaluated in terms of their efficiency, it must be ensured that brightness and power consumption metrics are evaluated on a like for like basis.”

One example of a comparison of products can be seen on the Lang AG booth. Here, LED products with the similar pixel pitch but different technologies are compared. In this way, the more efficient product designs can be identified. One of these innovations is flip chip. Here, the LED chips’ electrical contacts are placed on the underside of the device to reduce light loss that was previously caused by top mounted contacts. Flip chip is used in VENUS, one of two new 1.x rental products in the portfolio of Lang AG and part of the technology comparison.