As the 2017 InAVation Awards draws to a close we can reveal all Project Winners announced during a night that surpassed all records.
Nearly 800 pro AV professionals gathered at the Gashouder in Amsterdam to celebrate the very best their industry has to offer. The night started with a number of awards pinpointing technologies that transform the role of those that specify, install and manage AV technologies and deployments. The evening then moved on to look at successful projects completed across a range of vertical sectors.
Organisers reported more entries, more votes and more guests to the sold-out evening than ever before in the Awards 10-year history.
The very first InfoComm standards award went to Integrated Audio Visual (India) for its work on a service centre for a large global healthcare company. Integrated Audio Visual demonstrated how a number of InfoComm standards were applied and met during the project to deliver quality and consistency in areas such as audio coverage and cabling.
Technology Award Winners were announced earlier and can be viewed here
2017 project winners
Polymedia LLP Kazakhstan for the Situation Center of Atyrau Region (Kazakhstan)
Snelling Business Systems for the IET: Savoy Place (UK)
Stouenborg ApS for The Maersk Building at Copenhagen University (Denmark)
Government of Public Sector Facility
Projection Nouvelle for La salle des Emirats, UN (Switzerland)
Jones AV for Das Bank (UK)
Leisure & Entertainment Facility
Telmaco SA for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (Greece)
Maxin10sity for the Audi Late Light Show (Germany)
Questek Advanced Technologies for the Telkom Customer Experience Centre (South Africa)
Delta Sound Inc (UK) Ltd for the Gatwick Skybridge (UK)
Kraftwerk Living Technologies / Macom for the BMW Welt Refresh (Germany)
InDesign Technologies for the Department of Education Hobart (Australia)
InfoComm Standards Award
Integrated Audio Visual (India)
Consultant of the Year
Peter Hunt, Hewshott International