The Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin Offers Apple AirPlay for Business Guests
Feb 22, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
The Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin has announced it is to offer its business guests a new dimension of conference equipment.
The Radisson reported it is now offering business guests using the hotels' DomLounge the opportunity to hold conferences that benefit from interactive communication.
"Nikolai 1", the largest conference room in the DomLounge, was completely redesigned within a period of four weeks and is now equipped with two movable screens, two projectors, seven 52" LCD monitors and state-of-the art Apple AirPlay technology. This means that conference guests of the hotel in Berlin City can transfer photos, videos with sound, web pages, presentations, tables, documents and content from any application directly and wirelessly from their iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad to the digital whiteboard in the conference room.
"Interactive communication of this kind is new on the Berlin market and represents a unique service for our international clientele. Welcome to the future," said Ralph Goetzmann, the hotel's General Manager.
Via the Berlin onsite iPad, conference participants can control the room's technical facilities themselves, including light, sound and room darkening. Apple AirPlay also broadcasts the current presentation wirelessly on the two standalone screens.
Before it was remodelled, "Nikolai 1" was able to accommodate 128 people in a classroom seating formation and 200 using theatre style seating. The Radisson reported it can now hold 200 or 400 guests respectively. This is possible, thanks to the fact that screen projection is supported by the room's seven additional 52" LCD monitors, which can be installed on the pillars if required. The monitors can be rotated in any direction, allowing every Berlin conference participant to have a view of the presentation.
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