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AV Industry Awards Panel Announce Finalists for 2016


8 August 2016

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The AV Industry Award’s panel of industry-appointed judges has assessed this year’s record number of entries and arrived at the following list of finalists:


Best Application of AV in a Commercial or Government Installation

Corporate Initiatives, for MCG and Etihad Perimeter and Parapet LED Signage
Rutledge AV, for AGL – 699 Bourke Street
Rutledge AV, for Novartis ANZ, Waterloo Road Campus


Best Application of AV in an Exhibition or Display 

Auditoria, for Ninjago Malaysia


Best Application of AV in Education with a budget over $500K

MultiTek Solutions, for Geelong Grammar School of Performing Arts
Pro AV Solutions QLD, for University of Southern Queensland, T Block Synchronous Teaching Rooms
University of Technology Sydney, for Superlab in UTS, Faculty of Science, Thomas Street Building
Videopro, for Griffith University, Visitor Experience Centres (Red Lab)


Best Application of AV in Education with budget between $100K & $500K

AVDEC, for the University of New England, VITAL STEMMEd
CHW Consulting, forCurtin University -Social Media Command Centre
Prendi, for The Wonder Room, All Saints Anglican School


Best Application of AV in a Production 

Resolution X, for the Prime Minister’s Olympic Dinner
TDC – Technical Direction Company, for Projection mapping at Vivid Sydney


Awards Ceremony: You’re Invited

You’re invited to attend the AVIAs awards ceremony staged at Integrate. Thanks to the support of InfoComm International, the ceremony will follow InfoComm’s Industry Reception at the conclusion of Day 1 of the show. That’s right: free drinks and nibbles followed by a celebration of the best the industry has to offer. And all wrapped up in time for you to make it to your dinner engagement. No RSVP required, simply head along to the Integrate Bar (on site) at the end of Day 1. 

Judging Panel Chairman’s Note: Although a record number of entries were received this year, there was a very notable bias towards projects in the Government and Commercial category and most particularly in the Education category. Entries were very sparse in the Production (two entries) and Exhibition and Display (a single entry) categories, meaning that the judging panel may have difficulties making these awards this year.


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