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Arkansas Governor's Mansion Grand Hall

Arkansas Senate Chamber

Assembly Room with Rear-Projection Screen

Board of Directors Desk with Push-To-Speak Microphones

Boardroom with Surround Flat Panel Monitors for Video Conferencing

Commission Room with Integrated Sound and Video Systems

Inconspicuous Audio System Provides Exceptional Performance While Preserving Historical Aesthetics

Legislative Committee Room with Presentation Input

North Little Rock City Council Chamber

Push-to-Speak Microphones in Committee Room

Arkansas House of Representatives Chamber

Assembly Room with Ceiling-Mounted Flat Panels and Participant Microphones

Audio System Unobtrusively Integrated Into Historical Courtroom

Boardroom with Fixed Cameras for Live Streaming

City Board of Directors Chamber With Recording and Presentation System

High Performance Audio System Enhances Courtroom without Detracting From Historical Aesthetics

Legislative Committee Room Empowered with Technology

Multi-Microphone Assembly Room

Push-to-Speak Microphones for Legislative Committee Meetings

Many presentation spaces in government facilities are just like those found in the private sector: boardrooms, seminar rooms, and auditoriums can all be found here. Other spaces are totally unique: spaces like council chambers, legislative chambers, and committee rooms.

You can find our systems in the Arkansas House and Senate Chambers along with council chambers in Little Rock, North Little Rock, and elsewhere. This is in addition to our clients in numerous public bodies such as electric cooperatives and public employee associations.

Our legislative and council chamber systems make sure that the voices of our elected officials are heard in their chambers and also across the city, state, country, and world. Cameras and microphones automatically focus on the lawmaker who is speaking and transmit the sound and video to viewer galleries, internet browsers, and radio and television stations.

Projectors and flat panel displays are becoming more common in government chambers. These allow officeholders and their constituents to easily review materials such as photos, budgets, and presentations that are pre-recorded or being given remotely.

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