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GDS to launch LiteWare G3 at PLASA 2011

GDS to launch LiteWare G3 at PLASA 2011

Teaser 2Award-wining UK manufacturer GDS is to launch the highly anticipated LiteWare G3 at this year's PLASA show and will exhibit a number of other new and exciting products.

GDS will exhibit its most exciting product range to date at PLASA 2011. A recent teaser-ad campaign for the new LiteWare G3 has caused quite a stir within the industry, with the launch the new LiteWare G3 and the recently developed, and already award-winning ArcSystem range GDS are predicting a fantastic response.

PLASA will see GDS showcase all seven of its innovative brands; LiteWare the original Wireless battery uplighter incorporating LiteWare G3, HO and UL, the SMConsole range industry standard stage managers desks and consoles, CueSystem unique TCPIP programmable ethernet based cue light systems, MOBAL tester the original and award winning automated Socapex tester, the multi award winning BluesSystem utilising BlueBeam and Dome and MainsSystem, the world's original and leading backstage LED working light solution for any venue. In addition to this GDS will show its new ARCSystem a retro-fit, fully dimmable LED auditorium house light system that replaces incandescent fittings for any size of venue using a control system that can integrate with any type and size of system.

GDS is a multi-award winning UK Manufacturer with a diverse range of technology-based products. Based in Bristol with offices in the US, GDS specialises in lighting and control solutions and has seven innovative brands in its product portfolio. In addition GDS has recently launched a special projects division offering a manufacturing solution for any one off application for entertainment, television, corporate and permanent installation.

GDS will be at PLASA 2011 Earls Court from 11th-14th September 2011 on Stand 2-S18 to arrange an appointment please contact the sales team on 0117 3250063 or

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