What are the Key Elements Driving Reliability in Large Venues?

Posted by Andy Schwartz on Tue, May 02, 2017

Large Venue

What are the Key Elements Driving Reliability in Large Venues?

BenQ Corporation

A large venue’s ability to provide a seamless performance and flawlessly perform tasks determines its reputation among both presenters and guests. Reliability is imperative.

But it’s an intricate and complex task to deliver complete reliability in a large venue. You have to be proactive in designing the venue and make sure you maintain it well.

Security

Anything can happen while a presentation is going on. The highly politicized world we live in provides the perfect environment for protesters, who may interrupt a speaker in order to gain notoriety. Even a few minutes of disruption can spark a domino effect that causes numerous presenters to be delayed. Have a well-planned security patrol — one that is prepared with the “deter, detect, observe, report” methodology.

Cleanliness

With thousands of people coming in and out, the risk of hosting sicknesses inside your large venue is a distinct possibility. Use a checklist system to maintain a regular maintenance program that both managers and cleaners can use to track progress and guarantee guests will leave without a sneeze.

Display Technology

Having the right technology in your venue has a lot of influence over how reliable it is as a whole. Without the right projectors, you’ll always have to expect the worst. When you’re choosing display technology for your venue, ensure you make reliable choices by talking to the experts.

Dual-lamp technology offers an improvement on the unpredictability of single-lamp technology, which can cause unexpected delays because it doesn’t have a backup lamp if the first one fails. But why not eliminate the problem altogether with a lampless projector such as a laser light source?

Laser light sources are the future of display technology. They offer more clarity and greater brightness than bulbs — and they don’t take time to warm up or cool down like a lamp does. They are more durable, use less energy and have the ability for 24/7 operation. They also have a longer life span, offering up to 20,000 hours of consistent projection.

In short: if you want ultimate reliability, go laser.

Topics: Color, BenQ, Colorific, large venue, budget, reliability, laser, dual lamp

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