Technology Taken a Step Further
New State-of-the-art product set to steal the show at forthcoming Museums and Heritage Show
Audio visual experts Integrated Circles will be exhibiting their new Compact Video Store at the forthcoming Museums and Heritage Show in London.
Launched in September last year the Compact Video Store is completely solid state, has no moving parts and can run all day, every day from its sophisticated memory system and has a five year warranty.
This highly sophisticated piece of equipment will be on display at the Museums and Heritage Show on March 6 and 7 at the Royal Agricultural Halls, London.
The Show is the UK’s leading industry event and brings together the highest quality exhibitors with operators of museums, galleries and heritage visitor attractions.
Paul Nolan, Project Manager at Integrated Circles, said:”This is the industry’s leading event and provides us with a showcase to demonstrate our expertise in this highly specialised field.
“The Compact Video Store has already generated a great deal of interest among museum, visitor centre and boardroom staff as it is completely solid-state, has no moving parts and can run all day every day with minimum staff intervention.
“For staff on the ground floor this means virtually nothing can go mechanically wrong and only the minimum effort is needed to ensure exhibits/presentations run on time and according to plan.”
The Compact Video Store has been five years in design and would be an ideal replacement in visitor centres, museums and conference rooms with ageing, outdated laser discs, CD videos and DVDs.
“This is the third generation of the Video Store that is running in venues across the globe. It has been wholly designed and manufactured by Integrated Circles which, since its formation in 1977, has been recognised as one of the UK’s leading audio visual company’s with the skills to provide a solution to any brief regardless of its complexity,” he added