Well Connected
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AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Conference Facilities
  • Public Address
  • Multimedia
  • Teleconference
  • Stadium Systems
  • Sound Reinforcement
  • Mass Notification Systems
  • Lecture Theatres
  • Places of Worship

SERVICES

  • AV System Design
  • Commissioning

Whether company wide or global, boundary free collaboration is enabled by a powerful combination of audio visual technologies and system design.

Audio visual communication tools and technologies make a significant contribution to cost control, accelerated decision making, improved customer intimacy, management of resources and rapid conversion of products and services to market.  

AV Interface for Polished Performance and Delivery

AV interface with the room or venue infrastructure, ie. lighting controls, shades/blinds, projection screen and IT systems, delivers a seamless high tech presentation space for lecture halls, conference rooms, boardrooms, classrooms, etc.  The acoustic properties of these spaces, proximity to noise inducing mechanical equipment and location and integration of AV components (equipment rack, speakers, controls) are key AV system design considerations.

Multi-Media and Systems Information Sharing

With the current expanded range of electronic devices and bandwidth and the resulting evolution of multimedia-based applications there is an increased volume of information shared amongst various systems (AV, IT, security and lighting controls).

Multi-media encompasses many building services including: Broadcast Systems, Audio Paging and Monitoring, Assistive Listening and Simultaneous Translation Systems, Video Monitoring, Teleconferencing and Video Conferencing, Combined Room Controls, Control Rooms, Digital Signage etc.  

Systems Convergence

The merging of AV systems and technologies (voice, video, public address) onto a single IP network can enhance function and reduce the overall cost of communications.

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Teleconference (Telepresence) for Virtual Collaboration

Teleconference allows two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions.

With the introduction of relatively low cost, high capacity broadband telecommunication services, coupled with powerful computing processors and video compression techniques, videoconferencing usage has made significant inroads in business, education, medicine and media.

AV Integration for Enhanced User Experience

AV system controls and relevant heating, cooling, lighting, and shading device controls can be integrated to optimize performance and user comfort.

Public Address/ Mass Notification

Facility wide integration with AV systems provides instant, reliable, visual and audible communication of security events to first responders and all relevant audiences.

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