ASB GlassFloor

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ASB GlassFloor
Private
IndustryConstruction
Sports
Architecture
Interior Design
FoundedOctober 1, 1965; 55 years ago (1965-10-01)
FounderHorst Babinsky
HeadquartersFabrikstrasse 14 83371,
Stein an der Traun, Bavaria
,
Germany
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Christof Babinsky (Managing Director)
Volker Kulle (Operations Director, COO)
ProductsGlass sport flooring systems
Number of employees
35 (2020)
Websiteasbglassfloor.com

ASB GlassFloor is a German company, producing and installing two different glass sport flooring systems, the ASB MultiSports and the ASB LumiFlex. It is part of the Aluminium System Bau company (ASB) founded in 1965.[1] The first ASB GlassFloor was developed in 2008.[2] Examples of ASB GlassFloor’s work are installed at Oxford University[3], Dresden BallsportARENA [4] and St. Georges College Weybridge. [5]

ASB MultiSports

The ASB MultiSports floor is a glass topped sports floor, with LEDs beneath the surface of the glass that are arranged into channels.[6] The dimensions of said channels correspond with the dimensions of different sports’ game lines.[7] A touchscreen allows the operator to remotely switch on professional playing fields for any type of sport.[8] The glass consists of two treated glass panels that are held together by a layer of PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral).[9] The light emitted from the LEDs penetrates the glass, displaying the desired sporting game lines on the floor for the users to see.[10] Different sized courts can be displayed, such as one full-sized court or multiple smaller courts.[11] The floor is FIBA (International Basketball Federation) as well as WSF (World Squash Federation) accredited.[12][13]

ASB LumiFlex

The ASB LumiFlex floor is a multi-functional LED sports floor.[14] It is able to display any video output. Furthermore, it can track the players on the field as well as display information about them.[15]

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References

  1. Dostert, Elisabeth. "Leuchte mir den Weg". Süddeutsche Zeitung. Süddeutsche Zeitung.
  2. "Wenn der Boden brennt". www.fr.de. 2020-02-19. Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  3. "Celebrating the opening of the Acer Nethercott Sports Centre". www.development.ox.ac.uk. Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  4. Dostert, Elisabeth (2018-03-13). "Leuchte mir den Weg". Süddeutsche Zeitung (in Deutsch). ISSN 0174-4917. Retrieved 2019-07-19.
  5. "Activity-Centre-Opened". St. Georges Weybridge. 2019-07-07. Retrieved 2020-02-12.
  6. "Glass floor", Wikipedia, 2019-12-29, retrieved 2020-02-20
  7. Prigg, Mark (2013-01-22). "Anyone for tennis? The electronic gym floor that can change its markings to different sports at the touch of a button". Mail Online. Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  8. Manns, Andrew (2018-09-27). "Britain's first illuminated smart floor installed at Oxford University sports centre". CLAD. Retrieved 2019-07-19.
  9. Zeitung, Süddeutsche. "Leuchte mir den Weg". Süddeutsche.de (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  10. "ASB GlassFloor replaces painted lines with LEDs". New Atlas. 2013-01-22. Retrieved 2020-01-15.
  11. Abraham, Jithin Thomas (2019-11-11). "Indoor Court Marking Innovations". Journal of the Gujarat Research Society. 21 (7): 398–400. ISSN 0374-8588.
  12. "FIBA Equipment & Venue Centre approves glass floor". FIBA.basketball. Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  13. "Accredited Companies". World Squash. 2012-10-19. Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  14. Online, FOCUS. "Hightech-Sportboden aus Glas: Volleyball-Bundesliga geht neue Wege - Video". FOCUS Online (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2020-02-20.
  15. "The Future of the Sports Hall". Ispo.com. Retrieved 2020-02-20.

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