The first Multimedia conference system installation at the heart of the Pacific Ocean!
The Parliament of the Marshall Islands project began with the search for a solution that would reduce the daily paper use to conduct more efficient meetings, including the use of electronic voting and digital document sharing. Increasing the audio quality within the room was of high importance as well as providing language interpretation to ensure participants can follow in their own language. To meet all needs, Media Vision provided 34 Paperless Multimedia Congress Terminals, with delegate and chairman versions.
The Media Vision team is always ready to meet and rise up to the biggest challenges ; in this case, a project to be completed within a very short timeline, considering the significant time difference between the Marshall Islands and Media Vision’s offices in the United States, including 36-hour travel time. We conducted regular online meetings with our local integration partner to prepare thoroughly for the design, integration and commissioning of the system, whilst keeping the Parliament’s requirements at the forefront of the project. This resulted in a total project timeline of only six months, with the assembly room all set before the start of their first meeting, an enormous achievement.
The installation of this advanced product delivered an all-in-one solution for the Parliament. Communication became easily accessible through the line-array microphones. Next, the Electronic Voting option that has been implemented on each terminal made it possible to quickly accommodate voting results. In addition, Assistive Listening was one of the key elements to optimize the audio quality and lastly, Nameplates at the back of the Multimedia units were the solution to show the names of all participants in a nice manner. To summarize, the TAIDEN 8300-series offered the right solution in accomplishing the needs of the Parliament of the Marshall Islands.