As the federal competence center for Swiss sport, the Federal Office of Sport FOSPO is assigned to the Federal Department of Defense, Civil Protection and Sport DDPS. It is a service, education and training center for top-level, competitive and popular sports. As a training center, it develops knowledge and imparts skills for practicing and teaching sport in competitive and popular sports.
The FOSPO planned and realized the construction of a new training hall with ideal conditions for training activities. This project consists of a technically very well equipped triple sports hall for the practice of numerous sports as well as a swing hall and three theory halls. Kilchenmann was entrusted with the AV planning and execution.
In the hall entrance there are two 43 inch info displays for use as a digital signage system.
The triple sports hall can be used autonomously and flexibly. In three parts, individually or combined with each other. Each of the three hall parts has a 75 inch Smartboard, which was built into a cabinet. This smartboard is used to discuss and display game situations, strategies, etc. directly and easily in the hall. Five 75 inch displays are used for viewing and were installed behind glass for protection. The content of the Smartboards can also be transmitted to all displays in the hall. Twelve ceiling speakers provide good acoustics and the system can be controlled via a touch panel. The existing room control system was also implemented here. The hall also has radio microphones and an announcement system.
In the swing hall, there is a 75-inch Smartboard, a sound system with pendulum ball speakers and a touch panel for operating the technology and room control.
The theory hall on the ground floor consists of a projector with an electric screen and two front speakers. A visualizer completes this installation. Since the room can be divided into two halves, an additional 75 inch display was mounted. Thus, it can be added as an extension to the whole, or as a single use if the room is separated. The wireless microphones and the IR hearing aid system are only used when the room is open. The touch panel controls the technology and the existing room controls such as lights, blinds, etc.
The installation in the theory room UG has a beamer with an electric screen and two front speakers. A visualizer completes this installation. Here, too, the touch panel is used to control the technology and the existing room control.