Presson Oy has been involved with Oy Gustav Paulig Ab from when their Vuosaari new roasting factory was finalized in 2008-2009. Presson Oy designed and installed all of the original AV-systems and modernized them from 2012 to 2013. In the beginning there was around 20 spaces used as meeting rooms, auditoriums, and video walls that has grown to over 30 rooms at present.
Paulig’s reception area is outfitted with a 10 meter wide video wall achieved by using 55” thin frame displays. The final outcome is a polished and prestigious actualization that can't go unnoticed.
In the roasting plants training kitchen, Paulig Institute, the AV-system is comprised of four PTZ-cameras, a projector, a sound system including microphones, and two separate displays. The displays help the instructors and monitor session recording, handled by a Crestron HD-Capture Pro. The AV-system is controlled by two wireless touchscreen panels with a cabled pushbutton panel as a backup.
In Paulig’s auditorium there is an eight meter wide screen that utilizes three separate projectors to create a single picture. The projectors are installed on ceiling lifts to keep them hidden when not in use.
The museum’s AV-system covers the whole gallery. Six different projectors have their own special directional speakers that allows those watching to enjoy clear sound while keeping the other presentations from disrupting.
All of the building’s meeting rooms are equipped with one form or another of Presson’s Interface furniture. The main goal was to stylishly clear the meeting rooms of tangled cable messes and replace them with a user-friendly interface that anyone could use and understand. The users have enjoyed this immensely.
The whole AV-system throughout Paulig is controlled over a remote AV-router and a timed AV-maintenance system.