Presidents of 21 Latin American countries, joined by the King of Spain, the prime ministers of Spain and Portugal, and Mr. Kofi Anan, the United Nations Secretary General communicated using Kramer products
Presidents of 21 Latin American countries, joined by the King of Spain, the prime ministers of Spain and Portugal, and Mr. Kofi Anan, the United Nations Secretary General communicated using Kramer products at The Iberoamericana Summit Meeting on November 2006 in the Radisson Hotel, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Kramer Machines Behind The Screen of The Iguatemi movie theater
When the international Cinemark movie theater chain decided to install a new facility in Iguatemi, the most high end shopping mall in San Paulo Brazil, the president of Cinemark Brazil contacted the Digital Signage company “Proximidia” to get a state of the art Audio Visual system, according to guidelines established by the Cinemark architect.
72 Kramer Machines Operate the world's longest multi projectors image
The unique Portuguese museum is the first language museum in the world, located in an old train station in San Paulo, Brazil. An impressive & innovative Audio Visual system was installed inside the museum, also unique in the world. Using 36 projectors in series, it creates a 106 meters long by 2.
When the Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) needed to facilitate traffic during street construction, they set up a camera monitoring system which linked to a small router in the CDOT’s headquarters. Later, when the Charlotte police department wanted to monitor city incidents, CDOT shared its network and helped create a police observation center.
User-friendly, Flexible System Turns Board Room Into Technology Room
On the top floor of a 12-story building overlooking Monterrey, Mexico, high-powered technology meets high-powered executives; the meeting is flawless. At Tec de Monterrey, one of the most prestigious private universities in Mexico with 34 campuses throughout the country, the Board of Directors’ conference center hosts strategic meetings for executives who want to focus on content, not function.
Quick-Service Restaurants Add Sight and Sound Experience
One of the world’s largest metropolitan quick-service restaurants greets customers with high-tech audio/video electronics mixed with memorabilia, reflecting the restaurant’s personality and history in a sight and sound experience. Driven by Kramer Electronics and Sierra Video Systems products, visitors experience crystal clear audio and stunning video on over 15 LCD displays throughout the two-story restaurant, all powered by the Sierra Video Systems 3232V5 matrix switcher.
FROM CONFERENCES TO DISCO DANCING -- KRAMER ELECTRONICS OFFERS WIDE VERSATILITY
The large ballroom at the children’s health center in Luga City, Russia, served as a simple meeting room with tables, chairs and portable audio/video equipment. But with the addition of a multimedia system, it became a versatile facility for use by residents and employees.