TecPodium Lecterns installed in the largest museum in the world – The Smithsonian
When a one-of-a-kind institute such as the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, searches for an AV solution, they search for a unique one-a solution that will be adequate to the ingenuity and advancement of what the Smithsonian Institute represents.
The Smithsonian Institute was looking for a high-end, top of the line design and technologically advanced lectern for their unique interactive and experimental learning space-Q?rius.
Collaborating with Tecom and Boston Productions Inc., the team found all they desired and more in the TecPodium Lite smart podium.
The pre-wired, “out of the box” LITE lectern supports a stylish and sleek design with a 19″ Interactive Pen Display, allowing direct annotation on the screen.
Having all the audio-visual devices, switching system, PC, sound, USB connections and more in one place reassured the team of their selection.
David Price, The Smithsonian Institution, commented: “We are impressed with the quality of our Tecom podium. It is solidly constructed and easy to move. The built in computer gives us peace of mind, knowing that our speakers have a reliable machine to give their presentations. Internally, all of the wires are organized and well managed. I would recommend Tecom to anyone looking for a well-built podium”.
About The National Museum of Natural History:
The National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) is part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s preeminent museum and research complex. Through its research, collections, education and exhibition programs, NMNH serves as one of the world’s great repositories of scientific and cultural heritage. The Museum is dedicated to inspiring curiosity, discovery, and learning about the natural world through its unparalleled research, collections, exhibitions, and education outreach programs.
About Tecom Electronics Ltd.: