Radio Marconi is a company which has operated in the field of installation and service of audio/video and radio equipment since 1993. It designs interactive multimedia systems to communicate, promote or inform on-site and real-time; several applications for theaters, conference centers, museums and stadiums.
In the following years the company has become service center for brands such as Sony, Sennheiser, Neumann and Televic, with major customers among radio televisions, theaters, public authorities and security forces at local and national level.
In 2004, after the successful completion of the project for the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Radio Marconi is transformed from a uninominal to a limited liability company.
Thanks to the several technical experiences acquired in the audio/ video and radio fields, Radio Marconi converted itself to the development of proprietary technologies in 2006 and started its international expansion, the first international project being realized in 2007 at the Oslo Opera House . After this project Radio Marconi acquired ESDS division rights of Visutech – Denmark. There followed in 2008 the beginning of study and design in order to launch a new innovative technology able to establish the company as a pioneer in interactive multimedia systems. The company made an application for the patent in Italy in November 2007.
By 2009, it further developed technology aimed at low consumption interactive multimedia technology (known as MODE23). Patent applications were expanded to Europe, United States, Canada, China, Oman, Qatar and United Arab Emirates, and 2010, the Italian patent for MODE23 was obtained, while its applications extend to other parallel markets, such as those involved with sport.
Radio Marconi thus developed a specialized focus on the design and realization of systems based on innovative and customized technologies for interactive communications, relating specifically to highly professional and prestigious international contexts. Today, the company designs interactive multimedia systems to communicate, promote or inform on-site and in real-time. Several applications exist for theaters, conference centers, museums and stadiums.
In 2011, Radio Marconi undertook the first worldwide large scale installation of interactive multimedia technology at the Royal Opera House Muscat in (Oman).