Cinos are delighted to announce that we have been nominated in the InAVation Awards 2016, Control Room category with the ‘British Airways – Crisis Management Centre (CMC)’. “To be in the running for such a prestigious award is an achievement in itself and a testament to our engineers” comments Karl Deady, Director of Cinos.
The project stemmed from ageing technology and lack of digital integration at the CMC. After working closely with British Airways, Cinos gave the CMC a digital makeover by deploying a fully integrated matrix system capable of managing a range of requirements. To see a full break down of the project please download our case study here.
Earlier in the year Anna Mitchell from InAVate caught up with Karl Deady to discuss how this overhaul enhanced the capabilities and improved operations for the aviation giant. You can read the full article here.
The project was selected for the Control Room category at the InAVation Awards, alongside other notable integrators, with global clients and prestigious projects. The awards cover a range of categories that encompass some of the key application areas driving the use and integration of AV technologies.
With over 150 submissions received we are delighted to have our project nominated and look forward to the winners being announced at the InAVation Awards gala dinner on February 9, 2016 at the Gashouder at Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam.