MTSi News and Events


NEWS AND EVENTS
Media Technology Systems has been providing networked audio products for many years. Some of our experiences and those of our customers may be displayed on this page for your reference. Please enjoy looking over this information which we try to keep as accurate as possible.

News and Events


Media Technology Systems has been busy with many venues around the globe. Here are some of the highlighted installs and venues where our products are being put to work in the last year. Latest update to May 2018 just posted!
May 2018: Tec Revox Crater Lake Development Project
Tec Revox has supplied MTS Amplifiers to the Crater Lake development at Pasir Panjang, Singapore
March 2018: Swee Lee's NTU Project
The Swee Lee projects division has won the Audio-Visual systems package for the new North Spine Campus at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. Swee Lee has adopted Media Technology Systems amplifiers for the Lecture Theatres.
January 2018: Tec Revox UCC Singapore Project
Tec Revox has supplied MTS Amplifiers to the University Cultural Center, Singapore.
September 2017: Tec Revox IMRE Building Project
Tec Revox has supplied a 32 zone network paging system from Media Technology Systems to the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) Building in Singapore.
July 2017: National University of Singapore Project
The Engineering Faculty at the National University of Singapore has selected a 40 zone network paging system from Media Technology Systems for deployment at the "Block EA" Engineering Auditoria building.
May 2017: Singapore's Changi Airport Runway 3 Project
The Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore re-opened the Tower Wing Renovation for the IISS “Shangri-La Dialogue” a gathering of the world’s Defense Ministers. The keynote speech was given by the Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull. Media Technology Systems Amplifiers were used throughout the renovation.
March 2017: Singapore's Changi Airport Runway 3 Project
Media Technology Systems has won the supply of the network paging system for the new third runway facilities area at Singapore's world renowned Changi Airport.
January 2017: House of Tan Yeok Nee conversion to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Center
A gazetted Singapore monument, the 'House of Tan Yeok Nee', is being converted into a center for traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). The house is the most elaborate and only survivor of the four mansions built by wealthy Teochew tycoons in the late 19th century in Singapore. Media Technology systems is providing the audio processing and amplification for the background music systems.