Communication by design
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Unified Communications for Cape Verde Resort

A state-of-the-art centralised AV, IT, resort security and access control management  infrastructure using the latest fibre technology provides multiple services to the resort including: fast internet access,  multi-channel high definition TV capabilities, video on demand, telephony, fire detection, door entry systems and CCTV all controlled by a remotely monitored, centralised management system.

National Assembly for Wales

IVC Technologies was approached to design and build the vision for this exciting arena where the future of Wales will be shaped.

Opened by Her Majesty the Queen on St David's Day, 1st March, the Senedd is the new home for the National Assembly and is designed to reflect transparent democracy in Wales.

Natural History Museum

IVC's brief was to design a flexible, future-proofed 74 seat studio capable of broadcasting up to five channels of content at any time.

IVC Technologies was the systems integrator and developer which helped bring the Natural History Museum's exciting vision to life. This was achieved through the creation of a state-of-the-art communication centre.

Wimbledon

IVC are proud to have been associated with the All England Lawn Tennis Club (Wimbledon), the World's premiere tennis venue, since 1995. In 2007 following extensive consultations, the club chose the Exterity IPTV solution to provide the most modern and comprehensive communications facilities for the World's broadcasters and media personnel.

House of Lords

IVC Technologies responded to the acoustic challenges of providing sound enhancement in one of the most famous debating chambers.

IVC Technologies designed and installed a custom manufactured system employing advanced audio techniques to overcome problems within this historic building.

BBC Radio Theatre

The BBC Radio Theatre is used extensively for recording BBC Radio Productions in front of public audiences and required a new theatre recording control room and sound reinforcement.

The 250-seat theatre space and recording studio is part of the original grade 1 listed 1930s building which has retained many of its art-deco features.