University of Yamanashi, Kofu Campus
University of Yamanashi, Kofu Campus

University of Yamanashi, Kofu Campus

Here, TOA’s in-house public address system is integrated with the university’s existing campus LAN network system, allowing prompt and accurate information to be distributed throughout the campus in a timely manner when earthquakes or other emergency situations occur. The system makes a significant contribution to the creation of a campus “that ensures safety and piece of mind,” a key aim of the University of Yamanashi.

The Natural History Museum,London,England
The Natural History Museum,London,England

The Natural History Museum,London,England

Founded in 1753 as an integral part of the British Museum, and moved to its current location in 1881, The Natural History Museum houses one of the world’s most extensive collections of plant and animal life, as well as countless other exhibits from the natural world. Here, rare dinosaur fossils and the lives and ecologies of nearly all the living creatures on the earth, past and present, can be observed, and the number of exhibits continues to grow every year.
TOA’s Voice Evacuation system performs a vital and reliable service in this important facility, and its Digital Announcer-equipped fire alarm panels help ensure complete safety within the museum. The system automatically broadcasts a pre-recorded warning announcement whenever the fire alarm panel receives a signal from any of the connected fire alarm devices, and also permits easy selection of broadcasting zones and manual microphone announcements for maximum operating versatility. A touch-screen map of the museum also contributes to the museum’s business efficiency by permitting calls and message broadcasts to be instantly made.

Eötvös Loránd University
Eötvös Loránd University

Eötvös Loránd University

Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is the country’s second largest university. TOA installed public address speaker and wireless communications systems in the University’s science department building, with the V-1000 Series Integrated Emergency Public Address system installed as the core system.

Crowne Plaza Kobe
Crowne Plaza Kobe

Crowne Plaza Kobe

The ShinKobe Oriental Hotel is a 37-story hotel located just in front of JRs Shin-Kobe railway station. Here, TOA installed a closed-circuit TV system used to monitor guest floors and parking areas, an emergency broadcasting system that covers the entire building, and sound equipment for the banquet hall. TOA was also responsible for the sound design of the adjoining theater, and the installation of an integrated emergency PA system for the shopping area.

National Convention Hall of Yokohama
National Convention Hall of Yokohama

National Convention Hall of Yokohama

The Pacifico Yokohama convention center complex is the centerpiece of Yokohama’s “Minato-Mirai 21” waterfront redevelopment project. Its nucleus is a 5,000-seat international conference hall that showcases a high-quality TOA sound system. Speakers within the hall are arranged with special emphasis on sound clarity, and side and table speakers augment the hall’s main speakers to improve the sense of “sound image localization” at conferences and lectures. All these factors combine to create a uniformly distributed sound field.

The Westin Awaji Island
The Westin Awaji Island

The Westin Awaji Island

The Westin Awaji Island is located at the heart of Awaji Yumebutai, one of the main sites of Awaji Island Park City, which recently played host to the “Japan Flora 2000” exposition. In the event of an emergency, TOA’s integrated CCTV/emergency warning system enables centralized remote control over the warning and evacuation of each facility.

Fureai Festival 2000
Fureai Festival 2000

Fureai Festival 2000

Staged to display the life-affirming activities of the people of Hyogo Prefecture, “Fureai Festival 2000” was held at the outdoor stadium of Akashi Park, near Kobe. TOA’s speaker system delivered the sounds of all the various performances throughout the field, adding to the enjoyment of each scene of the festival.

Nagoya City Assembly Hall
Nagoya City Assembly Hall

Nagoya City Assembly Hall

Within the imposing atmosphere of the Nagoya City Office, a rare circular assembly hall is equipped with a TOA conference system, including central control of microphone volume adjustment, recording and other functions, that contributes to the smooth conduction of city assembly meetings.

Expo Aichi, Earth Tower Nagoya City
Expo Aichi, Earth Tower Nagoya City

Expo Aichi, Earth Tower Nagoya City

Part of Aichi Expo (Japan’s first twenty-first century exposition), the Earth Pavilion of Nagoya City was equipped with TOA emergency broadcast and CCTV systems that helped ensure visitor safety and security.

HELLO JAPAN! HELLO 21!! in GIFU
HELLO JAPAN! HELLO 21!! in GIFU

HELLO JAPAN! HELLO 21!! in GIFU

This great pageant of sound and light was produced by world-famous fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto. TOA played a key role, supplying its top-of-the-line, touring-quality speaker system for an impressive sound with high power output and clear, distortion-free sound quality.