Staff Writer
Mar 23, 2018

ICC Sydney expands tech infrastructure

The centre aims to bolster its tech capabilities to cater for the changing architecture of meetings.

ICC Sydney expands tech infrastructure

International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney pumped in A$1 million (US$770,800) to enhance its audio-visual facilities such as high-definition screens, projectors, wireless microphone kits, cameras and processors.

The centre also developed a new AV and technology guide to support clients through every step of the event planning process.

The guide details the venue’s audio-visual and technical specifications across more than 70 meeting and events spaces, including the surrounding public domain, Convention Centre, Exhibition Centre and ICC Sydney Theatre.

The additional equipment and guide will provide a full-scale in house production service, ICC Sydney’s Director of Audio Visual Services, Brian Nash, said.

“We continue to bring together technical directors, project managers and operators to offer a range of technology, production and support services for any event configuration, supported by a 10Gbps optical fibre backbone and high calibre IT network,” he added.

ICC Sydney’s CEO, Geoff Donaghy, said the venue has been purpose-built to cater for the changing architecture of meetings, with the team focused on elevating event experiences.


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