Delivering a project of this complexity, constrained by a short manufacture and installation time-window, demanded our UK teams’ combined expertise. Teams in Haverhill and Neasden, alongside mainland-European colleagues, successfully delivered and commissioned within six months, despite COVID’s ever-changing restrictions and supply chain delays. The results were increased show production efficiency, reliability, and additional creative options for spectacular modern shows, ready for further enhancements with iQ. Image: Hans Wretling 51 The 1918 Gothenburg City Theatre is a longstanding client – we installed its first automation system: scenic winches and automation of historic sub-stage machinery. During the historically listed building’s renovation, TAIT upgraded controls with new safety features, enhancing performance capabilities. Rather than complete removal and replacement of old equipment – recognising many elements with plenty of remaining life – TAIT proposed a more sustainable scope: an upgrade to deploy networked safety technology, whilst provisioning a smooth future update path to iQ deployment, which the theater is adopting.