Elephant has recently completed the supply and installation of Audio-Visual Systems at the newly finished Ho Man Tin branch of the Hong Kong Church of Christ. The newly installed system will enable the church to live-stream their sermons, Sunday school lessons and music performances to a broader audience in Hong Kong when social-distancing measures are in place.
The Emergency Response and Exercise Division (ERE) is responsible for facilitating the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) in emergency preparedness and management of public health crisis. Working closely with other services of the Department of Health and relevant government departments and organisations, ERE assists Emergency Response and Programme Management Branch in testing the preparedness of the government and stakeholders to cope with possible major outbreaks of infectious diseases in Hong Kong, and refining the Department of Health’s contingency plans for communicable diseases. As part of emergency preparedness, ERE plans and coordinates exercises and drills regularly, covering various situations and public health incidents, to ensure that all relevant parties are familiar with the established standard operating procedures, and are capable of discharging their duties and responsibilities in times of major public health emergencies.
Scope of Work
Supply and installation of Video Wall and Audio-Visual systems
Bird is a mental wellness brand built with busy people in mind, to help them find focus, rest and mindfulness in their lives. It aims to demystify the practice in order to make meditation accessible to all. Bird’s premise consists of one large, one medium studio and three smaller, more intimate studios. The video projection in the large studio serves as an immersive visual aid for guided meditation sessions, and Sonos, the wireless sound system installed in all rooms enables instructors to control the background music streamed via wifi either simultaneously or separately in each studio.