For the third time in the past five years, GV Multimedia has been shortlisted for the Best Education Project prize at the 2015 AV Awards. Nominated for the Exeter team’s work at Cardiff Business School, the entire group is delighted with being a finalist for this prestigious award again.

The team’s work on the CARBS project involved the integration of a comprehensive, collaborative AV system throughout the Business School’s brand new Postgraduate Study Centre. The project has already won a pair of Crestron Integration Awards as well as receiving a nomination for this year’s InstallAwards.

GV first made the finals of the awards back on 2011 for their work at Kimmeridge House at Bournemouth University. They were awarded a High Commendation the following year for the project carried out at Falmouth University’s Academy of Innovation and Research. Best of luck to all involved – here’s hoping that we win!

Congratulations go to Kyle Schulz for his impressive achievements in a number of recent long drive tournaments. After coming fourth in the Remax Long Drive Series in Spain, Kyle entered the American Golf Regional Long Drive Tournament over Easter weekend. Held between 104 of the American Golf branches, Kyle ended up winning the tournament overall – qualifying for the finals which will be held on the 21st August at the American Golf Academy in High Leigh. The tournament will see Kyle going head to head with the top five golfers from the Regional Championships and, if victorious, will qualify for the World Championships in Nevada for the 2016 season – which will be sponsored by Garmin. That event will see Kyle pitted against the best long drive golfers in the world. Kyle also recently achieved an impressive new personal best of 442 yards. Congratulations and good luck in the tournament, Kyle!

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WolfVision has recently unveiled their impressive collaborative solution – Cynap.

Allowing users of any platform to share content, Cynap offers screen sharing, recording, streaming and much more. It’s particularly impressive when connected to a WolfVision visualiser.

The WolfVision Cynap System is a unique knowledge sharing solution, which enables users to utilise presentation content material of all types, from an almost unlimited range of both digital and physical sources. Cynap features comprehensive ‘bring your own device’, recording, streaming, and media player functionality, and it provides an effective solution when used either with or without a connected visualiser.


Panasonic’s PT-RZ370 projector scooped an InstallAward on 4th June due to its extensive installation throughout Kingston University. Carried out by GV’s Hounslow team and led by Sales Director Kristian Cutting, the project saw the installation of 160 of the units throughout the university’s four campuses. The Panasonic team deservedly walked away with the Star Product Award in the Education category.

In their selection of the PT-RZ370, the University conducted out a shootout between manufacturers and were suitably impressed with the PT-RZ370’s incredible image quality, Digital Link capability and more.

The GV team are delighted for Panasonic and proud to have been a part of this award-winning project.