Case studies

Case studies

Megafon, Saint Petersburg and Samara, Russia

Megafon is a leading telecoms provider serving the Russian Federation and surrounding countries, providing mobile and landline telephony, internet and cable TV services to over 67 million subscribers.

AVR, The Netherlands

AVR is a waste processing company based in the Netherlands. Originally founded by 23 municipalities in the Rotterdam area, since its privatisation in the 1990s AVR has grown to become the largest company of its kind in the country, with waste and power plants in Rozenburg and Duiven and trans-shipment stations in The Hague, Utrecht and Rotterdam.

Highways England

Highways England is the government company in charge of operating, maintaining and improving 6,920 km of England’s motorways and major A roads, carrying a third of all traffic by mileage, and two thirds of all heavy goods traffic.

Cenatra, Andorra

The Cenatra traffic control centre in Andorra is located in the eastern Pyrenees and bordered by both Spain and France. The Principality of Andorra is one of Europe’s major tourist spots in winter by virtue of its many ski slopes. 

ESA, The Netherlands

The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.

TPAO Turkey

The company gave tight deadlines and Altinova had to work hard to research the appropriate equipment. Once it under-stood the project’s parameters, however, the choice was an easy one: Mitsubishi Electric and its range of Digital Light Processing (DLP) cubes.

Cell C, South Africa

Cell C is one of South Africa’s leading providers of mobile communications. Founded in 2001, the company boasts over 20 million customers on its network which covers more than 98% of the country’s population.

Kyzylorda akkymat Situation-Centre, Kazakhstan

Kyzylorda oblast is a part of the Republic of Kazakhstan, located in the southern part of the country eastward of the Aral Sea. As well as the famous Baikonur spaceport, the region hosts a thriving oil and gas industry, and other important activities including uranium mining and agriculture. 

bTV Media Group, Bulgaria

Large screen displays have been a feature of TV studios since the early days of videowall. Today, they are more relevant than ever, giving presenters the opportunity to interact on camera with remote interviewees and present graphics to TV audiences.

Autobrennero User Assistance Centre, Italy

Traffic management system upgraded to the latest display technology while retaining key infrastructure components.

Audi City, London

First select the basic Audi model, followed by gear type, colour, seat covers and other extras. To finish off, just one last hand movement over the touch-sensitive surface of the multi-touch table and your dream car appears as a life-size image on a floor-to-ceiling projection screen.
Audi City London - A New Dimension of Audi Brand Experience

Lenenergo OJSC, Saint-Petersburg

Lenenergo OJSC is one of the largest energy distribution network companies in Russia, with branches and affiliates throughout the region. The major functions of Lenenergo include management of the 110-0,4 kW network, as well as the connection of consumers to electric networks in the Saint-Petersburg and the Leningrad regions.

ASX Sydney

The Australian Stock Exchange is part of the ASX Group, which was created by the merger of the Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange in July 2006 and is today one of the world’s top 10 listed exchange groups measured by market capitalisation.

Vnukovo Airport Moscow

Control Center of Flight Electrical and Lighting Service of Vnukovo Airport OJSC. To complete the set tasks, a multiuser information display system was proposed for the dispatcher control panel based on a video wall designed to form a high-resolution multiple image. 

RTL Headquarters, Luxembourg

RTL broadcasts a wide range of television shows from its corporate headquarters in the city of Luxembourg. RTL’s studio facility is in virtually continuous use, broadcasting daily news bulletins, sports, interviews, discussion programmes and weather forecasts.
Surprisingly, this impressive output is generated from a studio space measuring just 10m by 10m.