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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.

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  • Push-to-Speak Microphones in Committee Room
    Push-to-Speak Microphones in Committee Room

    Push-to-Speak Microphones in Committee Room

    This committee room features a long table that accommodates nearly three dozen legislators. A push-to-speak microphone from Beyerdynamic is placed at each seat. Microphone cables are concealed within the table to provide a clear work area.
  • Push-to-Speak Microphones for Legislative Committee Meetings
    Push-to-Speak Microphones for Legislative Committee Meetings

    Push-to-Speak Microphones for Legislative Committee Meetings

    This committee room features a long table that accommodates nearly three dozen legislators. A push-to-speak microphone from Beyerdynamic is placed at each seat. Microphone cables are concealed within the table to provide a clear work area.
  • Arkansas Governor's Mansion Grand Hall
    Arkansas Governor's Mansion Grand Hall

    Arkansas Governor's Mansion Grand Hall

    This system, in one of our state's most prestigious rooms, features a projector lift and sophisticated sound system. The projector lift hides the projector when it is not in use. A lectern can be connected at the front of the room for presenters. Numerous microphones can be used for live performances.
  • Multi-Microphone Assembly Room
    Multi-Microphone Assembly Room

    Multi-Microphone Assembly Room

    Members of this electrical cooperative board of directors have individual microphones from Beyerdynamic mounted to the desk in front of them. A push-to-speak button next to each microphone allows each member to be heard while ensuring that side conversations remain private.
  • Arkansas House of Representatives Chamber
    Arkansas House of Representatives Chamber

    Arkansas House of Representatives Chamber

    Each legislator has a microphone at his or her seat which is reinforced in the chamber and gallery. Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras automatically focus on the legislator who holds the floor. The video and audio are relayed to a nearby video production control room where they are broadcast over the internet and television networks.
  • City Board of Directors Chamber With Recording and Presentation System
    City Board of Directors Chamber With Recording and Presentation System

    City Board of Directors Chamber With Recording and Presentation System

    This system in the City of Little Rock Board of Directors Chamber provides a monitor and push-to-talk microphone at each director's seat. A large screen at the front of the room allows citizens and other attendees to view presentation materials. Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras around the room capture the proceedings so they may be recorded and broadcast live. Special light fixtures from BrightLine direct light onto directors' faces in order to optimize their appearance on camera.
  • North Little Rock City Council Chamber
    North Little Rock City Council Chamber

    North Little Rock City Council Chamber

    The projection screens on each side of the room allow all of the aldermen to see presentations. Each alderman position has a microphone which, along with other system functions, can be controlled by the mayor using a touch panel. Pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras throughout the room record and broadcast proceedings over the internet and cable television network.
  • Arkansas Senate Chamber
    Arkansas Senate Chamber

    Arkansas Senate Chamber

    The microphones in the Arkansas Senate Chamber are reinforced inside the chamber and gallery. The sound can also be heard over speakers in the offices which surround the chamber.
  • Assembly Room with Rear-Projection Screen
    Assembly Room with Rear-Projection Screen

    Assembly Room with Rear-Projection Screen

    This ornate assembly room accommodates dozens of board members. The rear-projection audiovisual system lets attendees conduct videoconferencing or view presentation materials. The nearby interactive display device enhances presentations and collaboration. Push-to-Speak microphones from Beyerdynamic are located at each participant location.
  • Assembly Room with Ceiling-Mounted Flat Panels and Participant Microphones
    Assembly Room with Ceiling-Mounted Flat Panels and Participant Microphones

    Assembly Room with Ceiling-Mounted Flat Panels and Participant Microphones

    This assembly room features push-to-talk microphones on the desk in front of each seat. Several flat panel displays are positioned around the room to ensure that all participants and audience members can view presentation materials.
  • Legislative Committee Room with Presentation Input
    Legislative Committee Room with Presentation Input

    Legislative Committee Room with Presentation Input

    The HDMI input at the end of this table lets presentation content accompany testimony to the committee. Push-to-Speak microphones from Beyerdynamic are placed at each participant location.
  • Legislative Committee Room Empowered with Technology
    Legislative Committee Room Empowered with Technology

    Legislative Committee Room Empowered with Technology

    The systems in this committee room allow participants to present content from a laptop or other input device. Also, the integrated cameras can be controlled and their video feeds broadcasted from a control booth near the legislative chambers in the state capitol. Push-to-Speak microphones from Beyerdynamic are placed at each participant location.

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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