FLISA Congress 2022

Hybrid conference - focusing on creating digital value for the physical conference participants

Every year the FLISA Congress is organised, a congress with the aim of developing Swedish ambulance care.The 2022 congress was organised by Umeå Congress and took place in Piteå. 

After a break from the all-physical conference due to the pandemic, participants were eager to meet again. What they had learned during this period, however, were the many benefits of digital tools and methods. That is why they wanted to offer something digital this year as well, although the desire was primarily to focus on the participants on site in Piteå.

With the help of Coeo, a digital platform was created for all FLISA participants that reflected the physical premises in Piteå. There they could easily navigate and access the programme, network with each other, view exhibitor information and access broadcasts from all parallel tracks, both live and afterwards.

Presenters were able to talk naturally to speakers at a distance from the stage, both in full-screen and split-screen mode. Everything was broadcast live using almost invisible cameras and technology to the conference platform.
...at the same time in the live broadcast on the platform.

As a PCO or conference organiser, the focus is often on the physical implementation, where logistics, catering, accommodation and other issues are often the first priority. Therefore, Coeo took full responsibility for the digital production and experience for both on-site and remote participants and created a hybrid solution according to the wishes of the conference organisers.

A brief summary of the digital and technical needs that Coeo solved during the conference:

  • Live broadcasting in the platform with HD quality audio and video - "Felt just like being on the premises" Comment from customer, FLISA.
  • Remote speakers interacting with the physical stage, sharing the screen and being clearly visible in the broadcast.
  • High-definition screen sharing from both remote and on-site speakers, with speakers just thinking as usual with their own computers.
  • Almost invisible cameras and technical equipment on the premises, both in the main and parallel tracks.
  • Nice video background with clear sponsor locations.
  • Recorded and edited material from all lectures, on the day they were broadcast.