|Create Date||March 3, 2015|
|Last Updated||April 21, 2015|
When the Dutch Parliament looked to install a new broadcast system in their parliamentary buildings in The Hague, there was no opportunity to improve an existing infrastructure - there simply wasn’t any. They had been using a third party for simple audio and video recording of parliamentary meetings and wanted to bring meeting room video and audio access, control and monitoring in house. The aim was to create a broadcast infrastructure providing completely autonomous monitoring and management that could be easily altered and updated as requirements evolved.
The desire to open up parliamentary meetings to the public was the catalyst for the new system, helping to bring transparency to parliamentary activities whenever possible. For closed internal meetings, they required a system that would allow secure remote participation of meetings for those with authorisation.
|Dutch Parliament enters the future|