Corporate Communication

Efficient business meetings and events at Welle7

Welle7, situated adjacent to Bern railroad station, serves as a prime meeting hub for business gatherings and events, offering patrons an optimal setting for comfortable and well-equipped workspaces. Renowned as one of Switzerland’s most picturesque event venues, Welle7 boasts a central location ideal for various occasions.


Since 2016, Kilchenmann has been instrumental in supporting Welle7’s operations, overseeing the project from conception to execution. Kilchenmann’s primary focus lies in the audiovisual (AV) installation domain. With a modular multimedia concept in place, the venue can effortlessly adapt its spaces to meet both current and future requirements, ensuring utmost flexibility and functionality.


The technical realization of these requirements is noteworthy: display walls showcase advertisements, events, logos, and course offerings. Approximately 80 training rooms boast cutting-edge multimedia technology, while other spaces feature:

  • Projectors,
  • screens,
  • wireless presentation systems,
  • table sockets with various inputs,
  • microphones,
  • loudspeakers and
  • visualizers

A touch panel on the master table facilitates room control and source selection. Additionally, the event room is outfitted with projectors, screens, and a control room, complementing the aforementioned AV components.

easescreen at Welle7

Welle7’s digital signage infrastructure relies on three primary components, all managed via the easescreen platform. The backend architecture remains consistent across all three components. A server housed in the Migros data center hosts all media data, ensuring efficient distribution to screens and players. Another server hosts the user-friendly Webinterface, facilitating interaction such as content control and media uploads.

The first component of the infrastructure comprises individual displays in the front end, capable of showcasing videos, images, or web content like SBB timetables. Content management is executed via the web interface. The second component entails more intricate display configurations in the front end, utilizing dedicated high-performance players for video output. Similar to the first component, content management occurs via the easescreen Webinterface, with an integrated image processor enhancing the setup. The third component encompasses easescreen solutions for door signs, comprising Windows clients displaying locally hosted websites. The backend of the website incorporates all interfaces to peripheral systems.