National ANZAC Centre
MHW Integration recently completed the National ANZAC Centre in Albany. This Museum commemorates the World War 1 Convoys that assembled in 1914 ahead of Australia’s entry into World War 1. The Project includes a number of interactive displays, audio and projection systems integrated and controlled by a Crestron control system. Officially opened on the 1st of November 2014 to coincide with the 100th Anniversary of the ANZACs leaving Albany for the Middle East, the project is a significant national memorial to the ANZACs.
MHW Integration was contracted by the Department of Building Management and Works to supply install and commission the audio visual systems including:
- Multi Taction Interactive Touchscreen table.
- Panasonic Solid Shine Projection systems.
- Large format narrow bezel Samsung video wall
- Asymmetric touchscreen video wall
- Various Interactive displays
- HD-Base T transports
- Touchscreen control systems
The Centre ranked number 21 in Lonely Planet’s top 26 new travel experiences for 2015.
The National Anzac Centre in Albany has been named the state’s best Heritage Tourism Project at the Western Australian Heritage Awards.
The city’s Princess Royal Fortress also picked up the state’s top award in the Interpretation Project category.