Edith Cowan University Moot Court


overview


MHW Integration was Contracted by the University to design and install the AV systems for their new state-of-the-art Moot Court facility.

The solution is unique in that it has three modes of operation:

  • Moot Court Mode
  • Lecture Mode
  • Research Mode

The Moot Court is based upon the Western Australian Court system and can be used for mooting in a range of settings from Tribunals to Appellant Courts.

In Lecture Mode the projector screen is automatically lowered and all devices configured to enable the room to be used for teaching purposes.

Research Mode re-configures the room to allow for Jury and Witness Research.

technology


The facility accommodates the latest technology, including:

  • Touchscreen Control System
  • HDBT Signal Distribution
  • 20” Touchscreens with annotation
  • Tracking Cameras
  • Videoconferencing
  • 80” Displays
  • Laser Projector
  • Motorised Screen & Hideaway Enclosure
  • Digital Recording
  • Digital Signal Processing for multi-zone sound reinforcement
I have no doubt that this terrific new facility will add a new dimension to the experience of students in this law school and will add significantly to the quality of legal education provided…
The Honourable Wayne Martin AC
Chief Justice of Western Australia
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