On 20 and 21 March, around 70 participants gathered in the Technical Collections Museum in Dresden for the first Open Space Innovation Forum as part of the CoolCarbonConcrete Project. Coordinated and organised by Cool Silicon e.V., it was aimed at shedding light on the benefits and technical feasibility of carbon concrete construction. The integration of state-of-the-art electrical, electronic and sensor technology will allow the new functions and applications for the buildings of tomorrow to be created today.

Brähler Convention oversaw the technical preparation and planning of the event and provided event equipment and technical staff for assembly and dismantling on the day of the event, as well as event support.

In addition to a MeyerSound audio system, sub-basses and a PA (Public Address) system for the DJ, as well as the microphones for the speakers, were also supplied as part of the overall audio equipment. When it came to lighting, our Project Manager opted for floor spotlights from Litecraftshow light by Moving Heads from Robe, and basic lighting for the stage. Subtle Trusstowers were installed in the room to house the lighting equipment.

Technology at the Open Space Innovation Forum

(c) Silicon Saxony e. V. / Sven Claus 

Moderation at the Open Space Innovation Forum

(c) Silicon Saxony e. V. / Sven Claus 

Following the event, we received this great feedback from Stephanie Uhlig, Project Manager at Cool Silicon:

"I would like to thank you very much for your excellent consultation and professional handling of the project. Thanks to the lighting and sound equipment, the hall was truly spectacular. The participants were as enthusiastic as we were. The space served as a wonderful setting for creative work. 

I would also like to express my appreciation for the on-site technician who supervised the event in such a wonderfully calm and friendly manner and who was also able to accommodate last-minute adjustments. We were also very impressed with the meticulous and professional coordination of the sound engineering in the room". 

Open Spance Innovation Forum relies on event technology from Braehler

(c) Silicon Saxony e. V. / Sven Claus 

Lighting technology at the Open Space Innovation Forum

(c) Silicon Saxony e. V. / Sven Claus 

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