British based AV mount manufacturer, UNICOL, are increasing their footprint at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) this year. Located in Hall 1 on stand N120, guests will be able to explore and trial a wide range of new, standard and custom AV mounting solutions for the corporate, education, retail and transport sectors.
Launching on the stand will be their latest product, the Vertislide Serviceable Cassette Mount. Designed so that users can securely, and tidily, store their devices behind the screen in a swap-in-swap-out cassette tray. Utilising the lockable drop down tray, users can efficiently and discreetly change, replace or upgrade old/broken devices without having to take the screen off the wall. Keeping the out-of-order time to an absolute minimum, whether situated in your boardroom, reception, classroom and more.
Expanding on the Obelisk Digital Signage System (ODSS), UNICOL will be displaying an array of bespoke and custom dual column kiosk/totem
With the ongoing rise in digital signage on our high streets, it is no surprise that digital menu boards have also taken a leap in popularity. With approximately 74% of customers1 reporting that an easily read menu is their main priority, it’s vital that businesses get it right, especially in fast food restaurants where menus are viewed from afar. Digital displays allow businesses to experiment with sizes, content and layout with very little cost and in minimal time. In this scenario, content is vital as nearly 7 out of 10 customers purchase products or services because the signage caught their eye1. But how do you go about sharing your dynamic menu content with the customer?
Our digital menu mounting solutions are available in 4 formats;
- Wall Mounted
- Ceiling Suspended
- Ceiling Suspended with Rear Covers
- Back to Back
Recently, Unicol, Sys-teams and Computacenter underwent th
As many of you know we attended Europe’s biggest AV show, Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), last week. We had the pleasure of meeting so many inspirational people and we really enjoyed being able to meet and greet new and existing customers. We are pleased to announce that next year we will be building on this year’s success and have booked a larger stand in Hall 1 for ISE 2019. This means that we will be bringing more of our extensive array of AV mounting solutions for you to see up close and personal.
This was the first year that we had an outside company create the skeleton of our stand. Needless to say, we were thoroughly impressed with the look and feel of the whole build and it definitely allowed us to stand out amongst the sea of other companies. It enabled us to show off our wall, floor and ceiling mounting solutions with ease and
Longstanding AV mount manufacturer, Unicol, is celebrating their 10th year exhibiting at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE). Located in Hall 5 on stand S93, exhibitors will be able to see and test a variety of solutions ranging between educational, retail and office solutions.
Showcased on stand, will be the latest ‘Rhobus Huddle’ version. Recently installed at the University of Surrey, the ‘Rhobus Huddle’ enables users to comfortably and efficiently video conference other teams, or it allows for an effective group work/presentation environment. Recent developments have enabled the ‘Rhobus Huddle’ to rise or descend smoothly via wireless remote or manual switch, allowing easy transition from a seated to a standing collaboration unit.
Alternative presentation mounting so
Oslo Central Station employed a 100-screen videowall to provide travellers with digital information for arrivals and departures as part of a modernisation programme across the Norwegian public transport system.
AV-Design AS integrated what was hailed as the largest optically enhanced LCD videowall in Europe. The 100-screen monster, dubbed G-Wall, covered an area of nearly 60m2 and replaced a display powered by Auorescent tubes and installed in 1999.
Forty-six inch LCD TFr bonded screens from manufacturer, GDS Displays were chosen for the videowall. The IP65 rated screens were used because of the risk from brake dust reducing screen life. They boasted narrow bezels with the manufacturer claiming that from a distance the gaps between the units were all but seamless.
Jernbaneverkerket (JBV) manages Norway’s railways and wanted to install the display to improve information for its passengers and, by using a digital solution, allow it to easily adapt the content d
Competing against more established fashion brands, the US retailer Forever21 was relatively unknown within the UK market and had to make a big impression with its first UK store. The vast store frontage offered an opportunity to create a high visual impact using NEC video wall technology with specialist integrator, Decorum-Technology and mount solution provider Unicol.
The video wall was to be part of the shop front and was required to fill a huge area, two storeys high, alongside the store entrance. Forming the physical shop frontage, issues of security and longevity were paramount, the screens would need to be robust enough to withstand physical assault to ensure continued peak performance with easy access for maintenance. An additional glass frontage would be costly and would pose a problem for cleaning due to the close proximity of the video wall. The sheer size and unique configuration of the project required extreme adaptability, and presented a challenge