Assembly members meeting at London’s new City Hall can be sure that their debates will be seen and heard by the public, thanks to a sophisticated audio-visual system designed and installed by IVC, the Yeovil company that won the £2.1m contract.
Founded by Ray Harding in 1993, IVC has completed other high-profile projects. One of them was at Wimbledon, where in collaboration with IBM it set up a system that allowed commentators to view many of the courts simultaneously, all with real-time statistics. Other buildings equipped by IVC include those of the BBC, the Houses of Parliament and MPs’ new offices in Portcullis House. Such projects helped sales grow 63% a year from £882,000 in 1999 to £2.4m in 2001.
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