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Installation Description

In November of 2007 IRC was awarded the contract to install a voting and sound system in the Columbus City Council.  This state of the art technology included a number of features:

  • Microphone has a light ring which activates when the microphone is turned on;
  •  Each voting station contains a built in speaker which mutes when the member is speaking;
  • There are three voting positions at each station;
  • LCD panel can be set up with different voting functions depending on the needs of the committee voting process;
  • The chairperson can mute all microphones and control the meeting discussion and testimony;
  • Movable stations to accomodate left handed and right handed membership;
  •  The Council Clerk is equipped with a computer which provides the clerk control of the council agenda using the IRC voting software.

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