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Shure ensures energetic discussion

Shure ensures energetic discussion

Shure ensures energetic discussion

Thailand: The 7th Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable (AMER7) was recently held across three ballrooms at Bangkok’s Shangri-La Hotel. The biennial conference was co-organised by the governments of Thailand and the United Arab Emirates and Mighty Mice was appointed to provide simultaneous interpretation and discussion systems. As a Shure Conferencing Network rental partner, Mighty Mice deployed an integrated solution comprising the manufacturer’s DDS 5900 and DCS 6000 digital conference systems, as well as DIR digital infrared audio distribution systems.

More than 300 attendees representing 30 member countries and a multitude of energy organisations were present at AMER7, which sought to identify secure, affordable and equitable energy transition pathways in Asia. Discussion among delegates in the main ballroom was facilitated by 50 DC 5980 discussion units, powered by a DIS-CCU central control unit. The DIS-CCU’s integrated web-based control software enabled the technical team to configure, control and manage the conference equipment throughout the event.

A major challenge for Mighty Mice to overcome was ensuring distribution of digital infrared signals across all rooms, especially since interpreter booths were located in a different venue to the opening ceremony, press conference and working lunches. A total of five interpreter booths were set up with 10 Shure IS 6132 P interpreter units, which were controlled by the DIS-CCU. Meanwhile, four RA 6025 digital infrared radiators delivered infrared signal coverage throughout the main ballroom, while a 25 DR6032 delegate receivers allowed delegates to listen to the conversation in their preferred language.

‘Following our successful execution of the 136th Inter-Parliamentary Union event in Bangladesh in April 2017, we have earned the Ministry’s trust and confidence in our event support capabilities, and have been asked to work with them again,’ said Papon Wanitchapiwong of Mighty Mice. ‘The client didn’t have any experience with Shure’s digital infrared audio distribution system, so the ministry officers asked to test it several times in the days leading up to the event. The smooth test runs finally provided the Ministry with the confidence needed and high hopes for successful execution during the event.’

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