The training day is offered to installers, designers, engineers and rental specialists who want to learn more about Messenger’s potential across a range of application environments – commercial, ecclesiastical and auditoria.
Among successful installations of Messenger by Wigwam is the deployment in Liverpool Cathedral (pictured) – one of Europe’s largest and most challenging ecclesiastical environments. Other reference sites across the globe include Dubai Festival City and Frankfurt Airport.
Messenger boasts a patented algorithmic technique and its eponymous ‘linear spacing’, which is said to facilitate simple installation and eliminate the need for lobe fine-tuning. Its inbuilt battery back-up makes it suitable for use in line safety applications.
Ateis UK’s managing director, Neil Voce, said: “Messenger offers a radically alternative line array solution, and this training day offers the perfect opportunity, pre-PLASA, to raise awareness.”
Wigwam’s Mick Spratt added: ” We’re excited about the Messenger range and want to spread the word about its potential by educating both new and existing customers about its exciting features.”
The training day is offered free of charge, but places are limited. To book, contact Neil Voce at Ateis (+44 (0)7773 331507, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Emma at Wigwam (+44 (0)1706 363400, email@example.com)