Audiovisual systems and related technology are a mainstay of electronically-enabled communication and collaborative environments. From display systems for computer and video imaging to audio reinforcement for speech and program soundtracks to digital remote control of environmental systems and technical components, our approach to systems and infrastructure design integrates technology into the facility to enhance and improve communication. Our expertise includes:
- AUDIO/VIDEO PRESENTATION SYSTEMS
From projectors to flat screen displays the presentation of information is critical to the success of any communication environment. Systems design analyzes image size, resolution, brightness, and signal requirements, integrated with sound system and remote control requirements.
- AUDIO/VIDEO CONFERENCING/TELEPRESENCE SYSTEMS
Conferencing technologies allow organizations to connect to cohorts, team members and vendors anywhere, anytime. Systems design considers participant locations, shared media, and room environment (i.e., acoustics, lighting, furnishings) to optimize the meeting experience.
- DIGITAL MEDIA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
With audio and video media distributed on the organization’s data networks, the demands for bandwidth and security require a robust routing and switching environment that is scalable and flexible. Systems design integrates multi-point origination and reception requirements with network design protocols.
- RICH MEDIA CAPTURE/DISTANCE LEARNING SYSTEMS
In the era of mass communication, connecting subject matter experts with learners is critical in every organization. Developing systems to easily capture content and provide a platform for distribution includes design of origination locations and coordination with facilities requirements for acoustics and lighting.
- BROADCAST RECORDING/DISTRIBUTION/EDITING SYSTEMS
High definition audio and video is the cornerstone of organizational media strategies for communication, training, and collaboration. Studio and editing facilities design includes spatial, infrastructure, and technical systems requirements, coordinated with architecture and mechanical, electrical, and data network systems.