Project management is crucial to projects being completed on time and within budget. With the complex nature of our projects, this means more than just high-level task management.
Aside from the technical disciplines, our team is required to understand production cycles, logistics and travel.
We live in an increasingly complicated world and the limitations on movement mean that the planning of resources requires months of forward thinking.
With experience in more than twenty countries from West to East we understand the realities of change and agility.
CAD & 3D Modeling.
Built on a history of engineering of bespoke products, we have a strong foundation in 3D design and CAD work.
Our field of work very often requires solutions for mounting or display that simply do not exist and our ability to deliver world class solutions requires us to find and develop these solutions from scratch.
Digital Fabric were early adopters of 3D scanning and printing technology, with one of the first high quality SLA-DLP printers in South Africa in 2009.
We have continuously been involved in 3 and 5 axis CNC machines, lasers and other fabrication technology, keeping us at the “cutting edge” of what is possible.
Control System Programming.
Control System Programming runs in the blood of the Digital Fabric team. With strong roots in commercial systems such as Crestron, Extron, Alcorn McBride, Beckhoff and all manner of live show control systems there are very few systems that we have not been exposed to.
Importantly, our experience extends beyond the controllers to an intimate understanding of the field devices which we control.
Our current capabilities range from basic meeting room systems to complex show control in large venues with hundreds of managed devices.
With the increasing role of network technology in control and signal management, we are able to offer unparalleled flexibility to our customers and end-users.
Selling a system is one thing, however the ultimate success of a project lies in its execution onsite. Our work requires us to be carpenters, plumbers, and electricians alongside our day job as AV installers.
And this work is very often carried out under imperfect circumstances.
In addition to projectors and loudspeakers, the delivery of a typical high-end attraction often involves structures weighing many tons, large power loads, water and compressed air and many kilometres of cabling. These projects are truly multi-disciplinary and require crew that are able to manage so much more than what the eye can see in the finished product.
Our teams install as well as supervise client-supplied installation teams across the globe. We are accustomed to working across geographical, language and cultural barriers in more than twenty countries.