A carefully planned suite of video displays, audio reinforcement, and powerful, user-friendly controls enable Intermarkets to display websites, performance dashboards, view TV programs, and ad hoc presentations.
The largest conference room and the executive conference room feature sleek white glass tables where Avitecture installed white Shure MXA microphones that provide excellent audio for conference calls and complement the table. We programmed the microphones LED ring light to match the color of the client’s logo, blue when active and orange when muted. These two conference rooms feature large screen displays, wireless Barco Clickshare for laptop connection as well as concealed wired laptop inputs and simple AV control using Crestron touchscreens.
For special events and background music, Sonos Bluetooth receivers are connected to zoned ceiling speakers in the main conference room, the lunchroom area, and the CEO’s office.
Avitecture outfitted K2M’s new headquarters and manufacturing building with audiovisual systems consisting of dozens of flat-panel displays; projectors and screens; a state-of-the-art matrix switching system; a complete audio system with digital signal processors, amplifiers, speakers and microphones; cameras that had to be customized for the cadaver tables; touch screens to operate the various systems and sound masking throughout both buildings.
An NEC 7,500-lumen projector in the control room at the rear of the hall provides bright, high-resolution images. A Crestron Digital Media Matrix switch offers full video routing capability of presentation sources. Three Sony PTZ cameras capture in-room action for recording or streaming. A Biamp digital signal processor teamed with a Behringer digital mixing console allows for fully automatic or fully manual audio control. All video production is centered around the Newtek TriCaster. A fully integrated Crestron control system with easy-to-use custom touch panels allows both operators and users to manage functions.
A Crestron Digital Media switching system presentation matrix accepts both digital and analog inputs and presents all signals in digital format to displays. A lectern-mounted transmitter accepts signals from a dedicated lectern PC and from lectern laptops outputting either VGA, DVI-I or HDMI signal types. The lectern’s interactive display has full touch control and annotation over the dedicated lectern PC and serves as a preview monitor of the lectern PC. Laptops rely on the built-in laptop monitor for the presenter’s preview. The separate notes mode in PowerPoint allows the local monitor to display presenter notes that the room audience will not see.
Three new high definition pan-tilt-zoom robotic cameras link directly to a NewTech TriCaster 460 which has two production-grade video monitors and can switch and control the cameras. Two outputs from the presentation switch will be made available as a TriCaster input. The TriCaster has an external one terabyte hard-drive for video storage.
Shure UR4D+ UHF Wireless microphone system...
A 7.1 surround sound processor...
QSC CXD4.2 four-channel digital amplifiers drive loudspeakers with a continuous power at 8ohms of 400 watts/channel.
A new central control processor will be provided as well as a new wired and wireless touch panel.
The National Geographic Society collaborated with Avitecture© to design and create a new video wall exhibit, an enormous Video Magazine that emulates the iconic National Geographic Magazine for the main entrance of the National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC.
The Advisory Board Company Conference Center has five conference rooms, each with its own Avitecture AV system for the Board’s specific requirements. Avitecture also build a four-feet high and 54-feet long videowall, extending across the entire central section of the Conference Center.
Avitecture integrated Rosendin Electric’s corporate standard for AV-IT equipment and functionality into each room for maximal performance and easy use. Avitecture worked with the Rosendin team, their project manager, Jerry Reich, and with Form Architects to design a comprehensive AV-IT system to support the requirements.
The highlights are dual-screen conference rooms with Cisco Video-Conferencing, including the innovative Cisco SpeakerTrack 60 dual-camera system in the Executive conference room. Each conference room is equipped with flush-mounted Shure MXA910 ceiling microphones for excellent audio quality in both video conferencing and audio conferencing sessions. Most rooms and offices have wired laptop table connections to complement the Crestron AirMedia wireless connections.
The spacious, visually striking lounge provides capabilities for TV viewing, ad-hoc computer presentations using Crestron AirMedia, and background music playback. Each huddle room is easy to use and has a large table providing ample space for drawing sets, laptops, and other materials.
Interpol, the world¹s largest international police organization, with 190 member countries, uses high-performance Avitecture AV systems in its Washington, DC headquarters for meetings with simultaneous translation and for training.
An eye-catching videowall, provided by Avitecture, at the National Geographic Society Museum, in Washington, DC, presents a larger-than-life picture of the many facets of our world.
The University of Virginia’s Claude Moore Medical Education Building is visually striking and has a state-of-the-art audiovisual system to assist the University of Virginia School of Medicine in attracting the best and brightest medical students and in ensuring them of an education informed by the latest teaching methods and technologies.
The BioWall is an outdoor public space in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland for public enlightenment and entertainment. Avitecture designed, furnished, installed and now supports this unique, sliding, state-of-the-art, 16’ x 9’, HD video display.
When the American Association for Justice needed professional consultation and planning for their new headquarters in Washington, DC, Staubach, now Jones Lang LaSalle, engaged Avitecture to conduct a needs analysis for AAJ’s audiovisual requirements. That project resulted in Avitecture’s designing, installing and supporting the audiovisual systems in seven rooms on several floors.
For the Thomas Jefferson Foundation’s award-winning Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center and Smith Education Center at Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia, Avitecture provided full design services. Working closely with Ayers Saint Gross, the architect, and with Staples and Charles, the exhibit designer, Avitecture designed and integrated an advanced audiovisual system that provides the visitor with a rich and exciting experience.