A Swift Integration at Belgrade's Patriarchal Palace

Faced with a deadline of just one week, Belgrade's Patriarchal Palace required a conference system that was quick to set up, easy to use, and with minimal impact on the room's historic architecture. Enter D-Cerno.

Background

AVL Projekt, a Televic Partner in Serbia, opted for D-Cerno for several reasons. First and foremost because the system is a plug and play solution: installing D-Cerno and getting it up and running is a breeze. AVL Projekt also selected the D-Cerno CU-R for its ability to record sessions directly on a USB stick on the central unit. It makes transcriptions afterwards much easier. The simplicity of the D-Cerno was another important factor. Easy and intuitive controls ensure that participants can operate the new system effortlessly, with no learning curve.

A final important feature of D-Cerno was its sleek and unobtrusive profile. The system was designed to fit any boardroom or meeting venue. In the beautiful room of Belgrade's Patriarchal Palace, D-Cerno's slim profile and dark color blend in beautifully with the dark wood of the lacquered tables.

In just one week, D-Cerno was ready for use during the regular annual session of the Holy Assembly of Bishops on May 14th 2014. Easily installed, effortless to use, and reliable, D-Cerno performed perfectly. All while looking right at home in a room rich with history and tradition.

 

Details

  • Country: Serbia & Montenegro
  • Date: 2014
  • Partners: AVL Projekt