Absolute Technologies was formed in 2004 with the vision to improve the standard of sales, installation and service within the professional audio/visual industry. They have grown to become one of the leading installation companies in Northern Ireland for audio and visual services.
Absolute Technologies’ remit has diversified and expanded to answer the growing technical needs within the education, commercial, government and houses of worship sectors by providing tailor made, bespoke technical solutions. This ability to adapt and pivot to answer changing demands has borne them well during covid-19, says Matthew Cordner, Director at Absolute Technologies.
“The current pandemic has been the catalyst for Absolute Technologies to employ a lot of innovation and R&D,” he says. “Throughout this period we have enabled businesses, churches, education and local government to continue communicating at a time where communication is hardest to do, but of most value. From council meetings to funerals of loved ones.”
While restrictions applied to building sites, Absolute Technologies responded to the downturn of projects by working in conjunction with a number of local councils to develop, test and evaluate video conferencing and streaming solutions to interface with the complex audio and video conferencing systems previously installed by Absolute Technologies. “This allowed the councils to continue with day-to-day meetings, keeping fully accessible services to the public,” says Matthew.
With restrictions on public gatherings Absolute Technologies continues to provide capture and online streaming of church services using HD PTZ cameras and a variety of HD broadcast products, giving good quality imaging and sound
When restrictions were partially lifted in June, Absolute Technologies were able to return to their major projects.
The firm designed, supplied and installed an industry-leading d&b audiotechnik audio solution to provide fantastic background music and DJ capable sound coverage throughout the bar and restaurant areas of the newly completed Haslem Hotel, Lisburn. Absolute Technologies drew upon years of experience and their d&b audiotechnik Installation Partner Status to deliver this.
For SRC Banbridge, Absolute Technologies designed, supplied and installed classroom AV control technology, complex CDCP cable infra structure, motion capture studio facility, Public Address, Assisted Listening and wireless AV presentation system and Polycom VC facilities
At SRC Armagh, they designed, supplied and installed state-of-the art performing arts venue technology, with curtains and tracks, performance LED lighting with raise and lower truss, complex CDCP cable infra structure and wireless AV presentation system.
Absolute Technologies designed, supplied and installed audio, visual and streaming systems to allow the Drogheda Presbyterian Church community to return to worship. Using discrete audio systems from Yamaha CA to provide full-range audio for both speech and band-led worship
With over 20 years experience as a building services specialist sub-contractor, Mathew has worked alongside design consultants and contractors on many key develop and build projects. Some of our key staff at Absolute Technologies are time-served electricians who fully understand the logistics and workflow of electrical services installations; and are all up to date with all Health and Safety legislation
Matthew says, “We work hard to make the electrical contractor aware of potential pitfalls and technical issues and how to avoid them. We also deliver quick and accurate estimation for projects of all sizes.”
Absolute Technologies, Unit 4e Dreen Road, Ballymena, BT42 1EB
T: +44 (0)28 2563 2222