Posted on 06 March 2018

Categories: New Projects

We were delighted to recently work with our good friends at Fifth Element Design to help industrial manufacturer Eaton to create its new Experience Centre in Manchester.

 

The training and experience facility was set up to showcase Eaton’s latest power management solutions and to provide hands-on training by its experts.

 

In order to create an environment that is interesting and informative, the centre features an exhibition area equipped with touchscreen displays, enabling visitors to browse through information via video, images and diagrams.

 

Bussmann Customer Experience Centre 2017

 

The displays, which we helped to create, showcase Eaton’s latest solutions for Eaton’s key markets, such as automotive, data centres, food processing and packaging, green building solutions, marine and offshore.

 

Additionally, a ‘hands-on’ training workshop and a Smart Home Experience training room which can be viewed and operated via webcams and a remote online interface are available, as well as Eaton products on show throughout the centre, some as working models.

 

We worked in collaboration with design agency Fifth Element, who designed the facility. We recommended materials and finishes, printed and installed the graphics and displays. We created branded graphics for the display boxes, along with custom-printed floor and wall graphics to showcase the firm’s striking blue and white visual identity.

 

Tim Pugh, our Client Services Director, said: “This was a great project to work on. The main aim of the brief was to deliver a visually-stunning experience to Eaton’s clients and partners and we achieved that by creating branded displays, units and graphics which complemented the technology and products on display.”

Why not get in touch with us today so we can bring big ideas to life for you!

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