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Electrosonic: Sinus – Systems Integration Award for Parlamentarium at Prolight & Sound

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Electrosonic awarded the Sinus for European Parliament Visitors’ Centre project.

Electrosonic: Sinus - Systems Integration Award for Parliamentarium at Prolight & Sound Electrosonic, the international audio visual company, has been honoured with the Sinus – Systems Integration Award at the 2012 Prolight & Sound expo for their work on Parlamentarium, the European Parliament Visitors’ Centre.

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The award is in recognition of the “extraordinary and creative use of integration and media technology” in the Parlamentarium project and was presented to the designer ATELIER BRÜCKNER, Electrosonic, the European Parliament and four other companies that contributed to the design, planning and implementation.  

The committee presenting the award is made up of professionals from the European Association of Event Centres (EVVC), Professional Lighting & Sound Association of Germany (VPLT) and members of the trade press and Messe Frankfurt.

Rob Smith, Electrosonic’s Sales Manager of the Cultural Entertainment and Leisure business for EMEA, said “We are delighted to have been honoured with the Sinus – Systems Integration Award, and for the opportunity to have been involved in such a prestigious project.”

The Parlamentarium opened to the public on 14 October 2011 and has so far welcomed over 100, 000 visitors.  The building, originally intended to be an underground car park now houses interactive multimedia exhibits showing the history, present and future of European politics.  Electrosonic were responsible for   engineering and installing the main exhibition audio-visual hardware.

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