Static and DynamicX2 monitors have been installed at Novy Urengoy administration
Combining Static and DynamicX2 monitors in a same installation provides a uniform and neat result. Both products are finished in brushed stainless steel and the screens are protected with black edged glasses.
The outcome is a coherent and balanced interior design where noble wood, leather, stainless steel and aluminum are elegantly pooled. The screens and the synchronized “gooseneck” microphones appear and disappear inside the conference table through the push of a button. Thus, cutting edge video and audio conference technology is only visible when needed. Static monitors hang on the walls and are the perfect complement for this installation.
Novy Urengoy lies in Western Siberia south of the Arctic Circle. It is one of the biggest and most developed industrial cities of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District. The municipality's population is 106,000 people. In Novy Urengoy representatives of over 40 nationalities live, among them there are: the Russians, the Ukrainians, the Tartars, the Azerbaijani, the Chechens, the Dagestans, the Armenians, the Belorussians, the Moldavians, the Bashkirs, and others. Such multinational community emerged as a result of 'great appeal' for exploration of Urengoy oil-gas-condensate deposit being one of the world's most unique.