Uber, London

2017-01-08T23:31:10+00:00

The Problem When we visited a boardroom at Uber’s London office to complete an acoustic survey one thing was apparent – there were lots of hard surfaces. Staff using the room were finding that speech intelligibility was poor and the use of the video conferencing technology was being compromised. With a plethora [...]

UCi2i, London

2016-11-28T01:55:57+00:00

The Problem If video conferencing rooms aren't acoustically treated, there is often a problem with high reverberation - sound bouncing and echoing round a room. High reverberation often leads to speech inaudibility – a big issue for rooms where speech needs to be clear during important meetings, calls and presentations. At [...]

PepsiCo TelePresence, Leicester

2016-11-28T01:56:01+00:00

The Problem Following successful projects for PepsiCo.  at its facilities in Leicester and Theale, Resonics’ services were retained for two all-important telepresence and video conferencing rooms in Leicester. As telepresence rooms are extremely sensitive to poor acoustics, Resonics had to reduce the reverberation time in the rooms to below CISCO’s recommended time of 1.0 [...]

BNP Paribas, London

2016-11-28T02:05:07+00:00

The Problem Resonics was contacted by French Bank BNP to provide an acoustic solution to its telepresence and video conferencing rooms at its London headquarters. The project posed a number of challenges: Reverberation time is of particular importance to conferencing rooms, with guidelines outlined by networking authority CISCO deeming [...]

Huawei Office, London

2016-11-28T02:07:05+00:00

The Problem Huawei are the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker, manufacturing a wide range of immersive video conferencing and telepresence equipment. Resonics was asked to design and install an acoustic FabricWall solution for the Huawei showroom in London. Due to real-time voice and data being transmitted, all telepresence and video [...]

Manchester City FC, Manchester

2016-11-28T02:10:16+00:00

The Problem Speech intelligibility at multiple meeting rooms at Manchester City Football Club's main offices was being compromised due to the poor acoustic design of the space. A combination of reverberant glass partitioning, an integrated high performance sound system and video conferencing technology, meant noise was being propelled around the rooms at [...]