ADAC – Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club

As Europe’s largest traffic club with its headquarter in Munich, the ADAC decided on a new building with state-of-the-art technical equipment. The impressive building extends over seven floors and rises almost 32 meters into the air. In addition to two parking levels for a total of 115 vehicles, it houses an innovative service and travel center, consultation rooms, modern offices as well as seminar and conference rooms. On the first floor, the building offers visitors a spacious service center with over 430m², the ADAC car rental and three test halls of the integrated test center.


  • Flexible room layout, without compromising on sound quality and view of screens or projection screens.
  • Easy operation of all technical equipment so that ADAC employees can use the full potential.
  • Use of touch monitors in some rooms for intuitive operation.
  • An integrated room planning system for efficient use of resources.

Innovative solutions were implemented to meet these requirements

  • Crestron media control for seamless integration and control of all technical components.
  • Displays from Samsung and touch monitors from Sharp for interactive use.
  • Full HD projectors with ceiling lift and remote controls with touch display from Crestron for optimal presentations.
  • Bose and KEF sound systems and retractable ceiling speakers for outstanding sound quality.
  • Electronic room signage, directly connected to Outlook, for efficient room planning and utilization

Customer opinion

Thanks to state-of-the-art media control and programming by Mediasystem, even colleagues without technical know-how can achieve an optimal sound and video experience.

Hans Peter Hansen
(Head of IT & Telecommunications)

Thanks to this technical equipment, the ADAC is optimally equipped for the future and can offer its members and employees a modern and comfortable working environment. We are proud to have made our contribution to this project and look forward to implementing further joint projects.