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ASSEMBLY OF BANCA POPOLARE DELL’EMILIA ROMAGNA

Modena (Fair), Avellino (Bper Administrative Centre), Lamezia Terme (CZ) (formerly Sir Convention Center), , April 16 th 2016

As is now usual, Tecnoconference Europe–Del Fio Group has made extensive work to support the annual Assembly – both the ordinary and the extraordinary one – of the shareholders of Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna. It was attended by over 10 thousand people, representing more than 33 thousand members. The broadcast connection was provided via satellite from Modena to the two branch offices (which in turned streamed back a service signal).

Tecnoconference Europe–Del Fio Group oversaw all the technological aspects of the event, project and direction included, as well as the video and audio services in the two locations, which comprised shooting with full HD direction and cameras and filming in the public areas (accreditation, catering, vote).

In Modena, headquarters of the event, two of the latest generation projectors have been used (beyond full HD) for the main screen, which, thanks to a sophisticated geometric correction module allowed a perfect reproduction of the many multimedia contributions. Moreover the huge hall of the Modena Fair was full of screens on which acted full HD projectors.

All this system was headed by a very complex emission direction, which guaranteed a rational and harmonious “division” of the screen, and gave each contribution (live shooting, PPT files, animated graphics, general info) a space of effective coexistence with the others.

The main room, acoustically very complex due to an extremely high reverb, required a cutting-edge sound system: through the use of eight line array latest generation systems, a front fill comprising more than 16 high-power speakers and an articulated net of digital audio processors, it has come to provide exceptional listening quality and sound pressure at any point of the room.

Perfect got to be the audio-video signal too, guaranteed by fibre optic transmission and receiving systems, and managed by a “star” centre in Modena articulating all the connections with the venues in each location, including the crowded press area.

The equipment included: 30 cameras, 12 high brightness and resolution video projectors, more than 60 monitor varied in kind and size, a team of over 30 technicians in the three locations.