Following the opening of its dedicated Erbil-based branch in Iraq under the name Professional Sound Technology, Turkish distributor and systems integrator HEC Pro has successfully completed another new administration building project, this time for Iraq’s biggest telecoms company, Korek Telekom.
The project in Korek Telekom included the installation of audio, visual presentation, automation, conference and video conference systems in the office of the board chairman, the board of directors meeting room and the general manager office. The equipment included Albiral 15.6” retractable Full HD monitors.
Elegant, robust and efficient retractable monitors
Albiral retractable monitors offer a timeless, classic and discreet design with squared edges. They are elegant motorised monitors built of coated painted steel and have an extremely swift yet silent lift system. They have a vertical motorised movement with an automatic 20° tilting movement to ensure the best ergonomics, visibility and viewing angle. This automatic tilt system provides a fast, silent and robust response, offering a highly reliable and maintenance-free solution.
The Albiral range can be customised with single or double retractable microphones, speakers, voting systems, USB connectors and camera. It is also possible to add a touch screen and the monitor´s housing can be customised in different colours. Monitors are equipped with a safety system, which stops the movements in case of resistance detection. They are remotely controllable and diagnosable in a simple and cost effective way through the ERT interfaces.
About Korek Telecom
Korek Telecom is the fastest growing mobile operator in Iraq. They offer the largest and most reliable mobile network. Their network covers the entire country and its cutting edge technology ensures they match the best network quality with first class services. Serving the 18 provinces of Iraq, Korek offers a comprehensive range of wireless communications services bringing the freedom of mobility to consumers, businesses and government users.