To continue the countdown to the InstallAwards 2015, we’re looking at the corporate/industrial category, in particular the best project award with five finalists including last year’s winners Holovis.
This category covers installations in boardrooms, atriums, control rooms, simulation/visualisation facilities etc – facilities that are used by people while they are working, rather than by the public.
For the Best Project Award we will be looking for evidence of as many of the following as possible:
- Technical innovation
- Elegant design – technical or aesthetic
- Meeting or exceeding the client brief
- Expansion capability/ futureproofing.
Fédération Nationale du Crédit Agricole – Analog Way
A renewal of the bank’s AV system, which would allow the client to display at least three sources all operated through a single touchscreen.
Humberside Police Station – Revolabs
To improve record keeping around firearm use by the police, the command centre chose a recording solution that provided failsafe audio capture capabilities with a series of customisation features.
Jaguar Land Rover Experience – Holovis
Jaguar Land Rover’s Warwickshire HQ fitted a three-phase virtual reality experience including a VR Cave that can amend product designs in real time.
Sky Sports News HQ – Shooting Partners
For this project a new camera set was needed with 24/7 capability that could ensure all the different types of displays matched on camera.
Vantaan Energia – Genelec
Visitor centre of the new waste-to-energy plant features interactive exhibits and scale models to help visitors understand the plant’s processes.
The InstallAwards 2015 take place on Thursday 4 June at the Bloomsbury Ballroom, London. Tickets for the event are available now and cost £225 or £1,695 for a table of 10. Click here for more details or email email@example.com