The University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLan) Cyprus Campus has been voted the ‘Most InAVative Education Facility’ at the prestigious Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) InAVation Awards in Amsterdam.
When a UK university established a campus in Cyprus it partnered with a local integrator to deliver a high-tech solution and a sophisticated Learning Information Systems network. The resulting installation topped the education category in the 2013 InAVation Awards.
The first welcoming message that international students receive when they enter the new €50m University of Central Lancashire (UCLan Cyprus) campus, near Larnaka, is delivered from a unique Christie MicroTiles display — part of a much larger deployment of Christie digital tools featured in this breathtaking fit-out.
For the past two months the University of Central Lancashire, Cyprus (UCLan Cyprus) has been welcoming English speaking students to a new, €50m campus, offering not only premium British higher education but also a technological breakthrough in the way in which they can engage with the digital teaching methods.
Christie has confirmed at ISE 2011 in Amsterdam last week it has sold 170 MicroTiles for installation in Malta International Airport. The order, placed with Christie’s Cyprus distributors, ALA Equipment, by Michael Kyriakides of International Airport Advertising Corporation (IAAC), follows the concession won by IAAC and its strategic partner, Clear Channel Airports (CCA), to take over the advertising programme on the MIA premises for the next 12 years.
Malta International Airport, through International Airport Advertising Corporation (IAAC), has purchased 170 MicroTiles from Christie’s Cyprus distributors ALA Equipment. With its partner, Clear Channel Airports, IAAC has won a concession to take over the advertising programme on the MIA premises for the next 12 years.
ALA will undertake all equipment supply, installation and technical support. ALA’s director, Andrea Piemonti, stated, “It is a pleasure to be able to close such a prestigious contract with Michael Kyriakides and a reward for the efforts we have made to establish the Christie brand, and its high end products, since taking on the distributorship three years ago.”
One year after the EMEA launch of Christie MicroTiles at last ISE, these stackable digital display tiles have been named Most InAVative Digital Signage Product in the award ceremony at ISE 2011.
Andrea Piemonti, ALA MD, Michael E. Kyriakides from CCA and Dale Miller, VP EMEA Christie. Christie a world leader in projection systems and digital display solutions, has confirmed at ISE 2011 in Amsterdam the sale of 170 Microtiles™ for installation in Malta.
Larnaca’s Venus Vareladika, live ‘Bouzoukia’ club, has installed a Soundcraft Si3 digital console to mix the venue’s live bands. This installation is one of a number of sales to installation and rental companies involving Soundcraft’s digital platform, reported recently by A.L.A., Harman Professional’s territorial distributors.
Underscoring its ongoing commitment to provide the best in professional audio, video and lighting, ALA Equipment Co. Ltd has announced an agreement to represent Christie, a leading manufacturer of visual solutions for business, entertainment and media products, in Cyprus.
The Four Seasons in Limassol, Cyprus, is a 5 star hotel that combines the beauty of a splendid location on an enchanting stretch of coastline with the prestige of a luxurious, modern building and impeccable service.
All of the sound, lighting and video control in this flexible auditorium – which can be used as one large space or divided into two or three smaller ones – is being run off Soundweb architecture. Tom Bradbury reports.
Article written in installationeurope.com 01.2009