Fares Tech turns to Brahler
IRAN: Fares Tech Co has provided the design and installation of the main meeting hall and three conference rooms at the new Chabahar Convention Centre. The project came about through the Chabahar Free Zone Organisation which wanted an international standard congress centre for the Indian Ocean port city.
‘The main challenge in this project was the time limitation. It needed to be ready for an IORA meeting but our contract was only signed three months before this and construction was still in progress. We weren’t able to start the installation until a month before the event,’ recalled Amir Mosleh, CEO of Fares Tech Co. ‘In addition this project coincided with the Iranian New Year holiday which doubled the time and pressure problems.’
The congress centre required a conferencing solution that could deliver secure and efficient simultaneous translation. Following a meeting at ISE 2016, Fares Tech decided that Brahler would be the best option, selecting its DigiMic solution.
‘All of the delegates have voting functionality and can also connect to the simultaneous translation system,’ said Mohammad Reza Modarres, Fares Tech’s equipment designer. ‘In the main meeting hall, simultaneous translation was required for five languages. With this solution, delegates can listen to the interpreter via the conference consoles or the wireless system. We installed four Brahler Infracom infrared transmitters to cover the main hall.’
At the other end of the signal chain, Fares Tech opted for speakers from RCF. ‘We chose to use RCF NXL24 loudspeakers for the conference hall due to our previous knowledge and several successful experiences of using them,’ reasoned Mr Modarres. ‘The power and voice quality of these loudspeakers always provides a good experience for us.’
Despite the tight timescale, Fares Tech delivered the project on time and the Chabahar Free Zone Organisation is reportedly very happy with the successful and timely installation.