Since the Dubai Expo was inaugurated on October 1st, the United Arab Emirates Pavilion has been a benchmark within its route for more than 7 million visitors who have come to the EXPO site.

Its structure in the form of a falcon in flight, designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, captures the gaze and attention of all visitors and tells the story of the United Arab Emirates as an international operations center, as well as the vision of its leaders to create a peaceful and progressive society.

BGL Audiovisual Engineering (a Secuoya group company) has been in charge of providing and integrating the AV content in the various rooms that make up the pavilion, filling their spaces with light, color and sound. Immersing its visitors in a journey to meet, discover and bring the UAE closer to the world.

The pavilion has an area of 15,000 m2 spread over 4 levels, where the AV systems communicate with each other through more than 11,000 m of fiber optics. The rooms form a journey that begins with the Oasis - a fresh introduction to the culture of the United Arab Emirates – Falaj – a moment of connection and anticipation – Desert of dreams – a multi-sensory journey through a changing landscape – Generations - a celebration of traditions and collective progress – Dreaming together – an immersive film about values- Dreamers who do – where we will meet the dreamers who have created a better future for all -. The main control room (B3-AV-MCR.01), located in the basement of the pavilion, is made up of 12 42U racks, where all the systems are installed.

The “core” of this system is also located in this plant, a Creston AV3 processor and control system. BGL Audiovisual Engineering has made use of a total of 284 loudspeakers to create surround sound, aroma machines to create an olfactory immersion in the space, more than 30 racks, 73 projectors with which it has been possible to carry out projections on glass and sand with Panasonic PT-RCQ10 BEJ projectors (WUXGA resolution, 10000lm), large format screens and projections that change thanks to the use of interactive cameras when someone walks through them, all focused on showcasing Emirati culture and achievements.

We cannot fail to mention -The Pearl (Dreaming together)- in a specific way, a space within the same pavilion with a semicircular shape where a large projection has been created with a mobile stage to bring viewers closer to the large screen that extends along the walls of this semicircle and having a width of 7368px x 5526px. Another of the great attractions of the pavilion is its "Dessert Roses (dreamers who do)", these 12 audiovisual structures have been quite a challenge, made up of 8 LG 65EJ5E screens (400 cd/m²), 2 Brightsign XD234 multimedia players, 2 controllers Datapath FX4 cabinet, 1 Powersoft Mezzo 602A amplifier and a DML-500R tectonic loudspeaker. In addition, BGL Audiovisual Engineering has not only provided AV content inside, but has also integrated the AV signage systems outside the pavilion and its main entrance, creating totems and Biographs that show backlit images and tell stories to those who they decide to look through their glasses. This pavilion is undoubtedly one of the most exciting projects in which BGL Audiovisual Engineering has been able to participate in recent years, where it has been able to deploy its knowledge and provide the pavilion with the AV richness it needed.

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