Setting a bright stage for big events

Ever attended a conference, congress or event in the Austrian city of Salzburg? If so, chances are that you were at Salzburg Congress. Located right at the heart of the city, this top-class congress center can accommodate 2,500 participants, in up to 15 conference rooms. The 1,100m² Europa Hall is the jewel in the crown of Salzburg Congress. This Hall, the largest and most impressive room in the entire venue, has a capacity of 1,324 people.

Splendid design, smart technology
Besides its beautiful, stylish design and its versatility – the room can be arranged as an auditorium or with floor-level tiers throughout –, the Europa hall also features the very latest audiovisual technology. “We systematically invest in cutting-edge technology and upgrade all equipment regularly to ensure the very best customer services,” said Barbara Schwaiger, Sales and Marketing Manager at Salzburg Congress. When the projection system at the Hall needed an upgrade, the management chose three Barco RLM-W12 DLP WUXGA projectors to display video and images onto the new 16.20 x 3.75m screen.

Bright, silent and green
The three new projectors, which boast new lenses too, produce an impressive level of brightness, thus ensuring flawless picture quality. Thanks to the 3-chip DLP technology, pictures are sharp, while the WUXGA definition (1920 x 1200 pixels) makes sure that every single detail is clearly visible. More than that, the projectors are unbeatably silent in operation, which is key for concerts, theater performances, etc. Last but not least, the RLM consumes up to 33% less electricity than comparable projectors. In this way, it helps Salzburg Hall meet its sustainability principles.

Great value for money
“We – and our customers – are really impressed with the image quality, low noise level and low energy consumption of the RLM-W12 projectors,” Barbara Schwaiger concluded. “Moreover, they are really reliable, which is very important to us too. The Barco equipment really offers great value for money.”