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15Mar

The Starlight Foundation bring a touch of Victoria to NSW

The Ci devised multitouch PlayWall you see above is the third such facility to be installed. The original at Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital had proved such a big hit with visiting children the hospital bought another. Now it’s Sydney’s turn, thanks to the Starlight Foundation. This new one is located at Sydney’s Royal Children’s Hospital.

RCH Melbourne ConcourseMelbourne’s Emergency Dept
RCH Melbourne ConcourseMelbourne’s Emergency Dept
15Mar

Ci QLD project right on track

Queensland Rail

This huge 30 screen Queensland Rail installation does far more than a standard videowall. This Ci devised Intelligent Mediawall allows Queensland Rail to summon at will screen content from both within its network and from the cloud. This content can be configured as customizable elements within the one canvas, and any number of such configurations memorized as presets for instant response to any situation. One moment the screen might display a single overview of the rail network and at a press of a button in the next a predetermined emergency screen layout that features a mixture of live camera feeds (both analogue and IP) emergency services feeds, real time dashboard data, track signal layouts and more. We are yet to see a mediawall in operation that can match our Intelligent Mediawalls for functionality.

15Mar

Ci’s Command Centres de Wheels

Mobile command centres

Ci has found itself the go to destination for mobile AV integration of late with two mobile projects, one in QLD for Santos and the other in Victoria for the National Safety Agency. Both entail putting command centres closer to the action where they can do most good. Each truck or Pantech project combines a range of AV technologies from various suppliers, seamlessly unified and simplified for emergency situations. To learn more, give us a call.

15Mar

QIC’s Eastland LED raises the bar

David Jones Eastland

QIC’s exciting redevelopment of Eastland in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs included some ambitious LED screen projects. The most challenging of these was the giant Town Square screen located at the David Jones entrance.

This screen not only had to look good at a distance while facing the afternoon sun, but it also had to maintain a quality image within closer proximity as customers approached the entrance.

QIC EastlandQIC Eastland

It was a similar story for the LED screens needed within Eastland’s interior. Customers would get reasonably close to the screens and some of the screen locations would face brightness challenges from nearby skylights. As you can see in the photos above, this test was passed with flying colours.

What further pleased QIC were the technical support and economic advantages Ci was able to offer with their screens. They know they are in safe hands.