The acquisition of the established, self-contained division provides immediate resources and expertise within this specialised area, and complements Vega’s Audio-visual, Video Conferencing and Collaboration services, and solutions portfolios.
In the past, acoustic treatment of rooms has only really been used for immersive video conferencing suites, where the room readiness is considered vital. However, clients and architects have started to pay more attention to acoustic treatments of rooms, with evidence showing a majority of new builds & refurbishments having an acoustics package included.
Tim Dobson, Sales & Commercial Director at Vega, stated “Video conferencing technology is now of a very high standard, which in turn has increased the user’s expectations, especially when it comes to the sound quality.” He continued, “Codec’s or external sound processors have various built-in features to improve sound quality in a room or space, however modern buildings and interior design often require further acoustic improvements.”
Jamie Hennelly, Acoustic Manager added “With many offices now introducing Applesque surfaces, glazed partitions and industrial style open ceilings, acoustic treatment and soft furnishings play an important part in the design of a space.” He added “At Vega we offer ‘designing with your ears as well as your eyes’, from pin-boards, artistic 3D tiles or suspended baffles as an example. Acoustic treatments and furnishings add practicality as well as aesthetically pleasing work surroundings.”
Vega’s clients can now expect an end to end turn-key solution for their workspace conferencing requirements.
For more information, visit https://vega-global.eu/eu/acoustics.