The Sequoia group company is responsible for the installation and commissioning of the audiovisual equipment, ranging from large-format 4K projectors with projections, to numerous displays and interactive systems.
Qatar National Museum is under the architectural direction of the study of Jean Nouvel, who was inspired by the Roses of the desert (features rock formations) and will have 8,000 square meters of permanent exhibition and 2,000 metres square for storms.
It is located on the waterfront of Doha, the capital of Qatar, and was built around the old palace of Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim Al - Thani, the seat of the Government for 25 years and that has housed the National Museum since 1975.
Engineering and audiovisual installation by this project, which is underway in the Persian Gulf and whose inauguration is scheduled for the end of the year, it is borne by the company BGL (Sequoia group).
The custom has been done by the Man Empty joint venture, formed by the Lebanese company Man Enterprise LLC and the Spanish Empty SL, which were selected by Qatar Museums for the realization of the museography. It is includes, amongst other facilities, the integration of all the audiovisual equipment.
BGL, which is currently in the phase of development of the previous engineering, will be responsible for the installation and commissioning of most of the audiovisual equipment, ranging from the integration of large-format 4K projectors with projections of high brightness, to numerous displays and interactive systems.
For this project, BGL will allocate more than 70 professionals direct between Qatar and Spain in jobs ranging from video, audio engineers, project manager, system integrators, developers, experts in Revit, AutoCAD, and IT mainly.
The union of Bedouin culture and modernity is evident not only among the exhibited work and the architecture of the museum itself: is reinforced with the new technologies applied to the Museum. Audiovisual projections, applications for mobile devices, virtual reality, 3D digital models are some of the resources to be used in the exhibition.
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