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New Arthur Holm meeting room solution for Parisian boardroom

Braehler and Arthur Holm meeting room solutions have been installed into an official boardroom in the French town of Cergy-Pointoise. The AV integration combines technology and architecture to improve the congress room’s communications while maintaining corporate aesthetics.

French system integrators EV Corporate recently equipped an official public building in the French town of Cergy-Pointoise, which is located 20km North of Paris, with Arthur Holm LCD monitors and Braehler microphone discussion systems. The specification was for a meeting room system that would not intrude on the style of the boardroom, but would still facilitate key decision-making with advanced communications technology. EV installed Arthur Holm’s AH17D216A LCD retractable videoconferencing monitors into the boardroom tables. These are recessed when not in use and can be brought into view with automated mechanisms – allowing meeting attendees to follow presentations when necessary. A further 43 Braehler CDSVAN delegate units were fitted by the French integrators. These can transmit up to 32-language channels and feature voting units with three illuminated keys for voting and evaluation. Each unit has an interface for plugging a LED lamp. With a gooseneck microphone and a gooseneck lamp on every unit, the delegates can adjust their environment to suit their needs. Because the mics screw off the meeting attendee can either spread the documents on the table or simply attach the microphones to use the built in units for communication purposes.