Hult International Business School Campuses

Boston, MA, USA; London, UK; Dubai, UAE; San Francisco, CA, USA

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Hult International Business School was established in 1964 as America’s first corporate university in Boston, Massachusetts (then known as the Arthur D. Little School of Management). In 2003, one of Europe’s most successful entrepreneurs, Bertil Hult, expanded the school to a global network of campuses that now form the world’s largest graduate business school. Electrosonic has provided classroom audio-visual systems featuring AV presentation equipment supported by local service operations for Hult campuses in London, Dubai, Boston and San Francisco, all to a common design. In addition, all campuses are connected to Electrosonic’s 24/7 Video Network Operations Centre (VNOC) in the UK for remote support and management.

Eaton Experience Center

Cleveland, Ohio

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Eaton, a power management company that provides energy-efficient solutions, opened a new campus in Cleveland, Ohio, which includes cutting-edge AV technology to communicate its values and its leading position in power management end markets to employees, customers, suppliers, business partners and political leaders. Electrosonic was charged with designing the AV systems, media control and power management for the Eaton Experience Center.

Scottish Government’s Media Centre

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

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Electrosonic has successfully upgraded some of the key audio-visual components in the Scottish Government’s Media Centre. Located within St. Andrew’s House in Edinburgh, the Media Centre serves as the site where journalists are often briefed on Government news announcements.

Cisco System’s New Dubai Headquarters

Dubai, UAE

When Cisco Systems, the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet, moved into its new office in Dubai’s Knowledge Village free zone, Electrosonic was tasked with equipping and fitting out the company’s extensive corporate A/V installation. The interior fit-out included 12 meeting rooms, five training rooms and two meeting/briefing rooms plus digital signage in the lobby. To meet Cisco’s need for an array of flexible A/V solutions throughout the building, Electrosonic furnished a wide range of equipment, including audio/video conferencing designed to facilitate communication with other Cisco offices worldwide and an array of display technology for equipment presentations and meetings with clients.

John Deere Pavilion

Moline, Illinois

The John Deere Pavilion in Moline IL, recognized as the world’s most comprehensive agricultural exhibit, provides visitors an interactive hands-on, climb-on experience. The focal point in the Pavilion’s reception area is a videowall that displays a short high definition film called “Anthem,” which runs continuously throughout the day.  Silver Oaks Communications, also of Moline, recently upgraded the display, installing Electrosonic equipment for both source and image processing.

Edinburgh Surgeons

Edinburgh, Scotland

A church next to the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh was converted into a conference and lecture space in the 1970s.  Having served the College well for 30 years, it was recognized that the space needed  improvement to accommodate larger numbers and to bring the presentation facilities up to date. Benjamin Tindall Architects, and  Irons Foulner M&E Consultants were in charge of the project.