The Visual Europe Project designed and installed a digital signage system, conference technology and interpreting system in the building of the Kertész Imre Institute on Benczúr Street. In addition to the planning and construction of the fixed installations of the property we are responsible also for its continuous operation.
At the entrance, visitors are welcome by 12 displays – thanks to the digital signage system what is able to process a wide variety of content. Downstairs, in the CEO meeting room a 65-inch Samsung display was installed. In the rooftop conference room a 400×225-centimeter motorized screen and a 10,000 ANSI lumens Panasonic laser projector were equipped. Anythhing, happening in the conference room can be also broadcasted using the mobile displays inside the building. Thanks to full HD resolution, the events can be streamed also for wider audience on the Internet. Signal transmissions and system control are provided by Crestron devices.
On-site content production is enabled by a complete video editing and editing studio. The building’s sound system was designed by the Visual Europe Project with a Yamaha amplifier, Yamaha column speakers and subwoofers, and a Shure digital wireless microphone system. Multilingual communication is facilitated by a Televic interpreter system.