Obstruction lights: a critical safety component of the telecom ecosystem

When it comes to obstruction lights, high quality and innovation do matter

Read this article to learn:

  • Avialite’s footprint, products and customers
  • The standards and requirements for obstruction lights in Asia and beyond
  • Why choosing a high quality obstruction light matter
  • The warranty and after-sale care offered by Avialite

While we often overlook the importance of small components of the ecosystem such as obstruction lights, they are indeed a critical element to ensure safe operations for towercos, MNOs and obviously for the aviation industry. With innovation and R&D always on the move, TowerXchange had a chat with Avialite’s Director, Chew Ein Li to discuss…

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