CT Germany Revs Up 2006 At North American Auto Show

At the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit in January, CT Germany was responsible for the media technology (HDTV-Projection and LED technology) at the Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen stand and at the press conference of Mercedes-Benz.

For the Mercedes-Benz press conference, the CT team installed four Digital Projection HD-35 projectors projecting to 12m x 6.75m screen. CT Germany also provided broadcast equipment with four HDTV Sony HDC-950 camera systems, as well as the complete HD broadcast technology. For the Mercedes-Benz public exhibition, this installation of high-end projectors delivered brillant and lively pictures with an HD source.

Visitors at the Volkswagen stand saw a remarkable combination of projection and LED screen technology. A 12sq.m. Barco ILite 6 XP LED screen was installed between two projection screens with four projectors delivering fascinating pictures to a 30m wide media technology surface. As source for the LED screen and projectors, the CT team used five harddisk recorders and a Medialon Manager system for media control.

Besides the complete internal project planning and technical installation, the CT Germany team was also responsible for the technical service on site for its customers Saab, Mercedes-Benz, and Volkswagen.

Moreover, the CT North American offices provided audiovisual equipment and technical services to numerous other customers at the NAIAS in Detroit this year; the CT Team utilized multiple components including more than 2,500 LED tiles Barco ILite 6 XP, over 14,000 units of MiPIX, and also a large amount of audio equipment. Among the customers were brands like Ford, Porsche, Chrysler, and Mazda.

CT Germany also premiered the innovative LED VersaPIX-MODULE at the show, click here to read about their work at the Saab stand.

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