Flexible management of live AV recordings at London’s Royal Academy of Music
The Royal Academy of Music is Britain’s oldest conservatoire. The world renown institution was founded in 1822, and is currently housed in three historic buildings in the heart of London.
The Academy recently embarked on a long-term program to upgrade and update its buildings and technical facilities. The objective is to facilitate a more efficient and comfortable centralized environment in which producers can manage the wide variety of recordings and live productions undertaken each year.
“We need to accurately manage sound and picture at the very highest levels of quality so that producers and editors can create the best possible material for live transmission and recordings. IHSE KVM extenders allow us to meet that challenge by providing instant access to centralized production, editing and recording tools from several locations around the facilities, making it an efficient and straightforward process.“ David Gleeson, Head of Recording
EU Parlamentarium provides visitor information using IHSE Draco compact KVM extenders
The Parlamentarium interactive museum in Brussels uses a variety of interactive multimedia exhibits to take visitors on a unique journey into the heart of the European Parliament and the European Union (EU). Presented in the 23 languages of the EU, the center is ingeniously fitted into a space originally designed to be an underground car park by Stuttgart-based designer ATELIER BRÜCKNER.
The mission of Parlamentarium is to make sense of the political system that affects over 500 million citizens throughout the member states. It achieves this through a series of 100 multimedia installations exhibits that convey information using a wide diversity of styles from personal film presentation, a 13,000 LED bulb ceiling-mountedl ight map to a full-size mock-up of the plenary floor achieved through the use of a 150 sq meter projection system.EU Parlamentarium Brussels (Draco compact) (1.5 MB)
Media Center Lume at Aalto University uses a Draco major KVM matrix switch to provide operational flexibility
Finland’s Aalto University School specializes in audiovisual communication, new media, motion picture and production design. The University’s Media Center Lume is a national education, research, development and production center which combines the disciplines of cinema, TV, digital media and production set design. It is one of the best equipped media production resources in European media schools covering over 11,000 square meters and attracts over 30,000 visitors each year to 300 film, stage and TV-related events and productions.Aalto University (Draco major) (581.5 KB)