By Phil Irwin|2023-08-17T10:00:39+00:00March 6th, 2023|
From a single plant in Ireland established over 40 years ago, Mergon now have operations in Ireland, UK, South Carolina, Czech Republic, Mexico and China. Founded in 1981 by Pat Beirne, a plastics engineer, the company has expanded from a handful of machines and employees to a leading international manufacturer employing 1,100 people across the globe.
Mergon design, develop and manufacture assemblies and components that are the essential ingredients in some of the world’s most famous, popular, and innovative products. From automotive components to medical devices to industrial products, you’ll find Mergon-made components are part of the solution that brings ideas that matter to life.
What was the issue?
Following decoration and renovation works, our client Mergon UK needed two additional video conferencing set ups. One for a training area, the other as part of a boardroom re-vamp and technology overhaul.
How did we help?
Q2Q were able to advise Mergon on a selection of available technology solutions for varying budgets. We supplied and fitted a miniature ‘NUC’ PC, Power, cabling, and cable management to work with their own display’s. The rooms now have a professional, high quality set up in both the Boardroom and training spaces, capable of delivering meetings across all of the popular meeting platforms including Microsoft Teams and Zoom.
What effect did it have for the client?
The client now has a total of three spaces in which they can run training or host video conference meetings, with equipment that looks the part, is user friendly and gives a professional experience to those participating.
The all-in-one camera, microphone and speaker we love here at Q2Q is a front-of-room solution designed to be atop or below the display(s).
It offers the latest video technology (4K camera with 13 megapixels) and a 120-degree field of view that’s optimized for smaller rooms – great for a wide field of view without the distorted bubble image you often see.
It’s ability to separate the audio and microphone inputs and outputs, using extremely clever speaker and beamforming microphone technology, makes it one of the best systems for the money we have ever come across.