What AV Solutions Can Data Projections Help Their Clients With?
AV solutions are designed to enhance communications, and what organization couldn’t benefit from that? With AV, your business or school can connect, collaborate, inform, brand, sell, manage and excite, among many other things.
The challenge is finding the AV solution that makes the most sense for your organization. Those solutions may include:
- Conferencing systems
- LED displays, including video walls
- Digital signage and content creation software
- Command and control centers
- AV system controls
There’s a lot more to AV than the above, but these solutions are among the most popular choices for organizations interested in AV. Let’s take a closer look at each.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Video conferencing remains one of the most popular AV solutions for organizations, and Data Projections regularly designs and installs conferencing systems. According to an article published in Forbes, between 2010 and 2020, the number of remote workers increased by 400 percent.
Video conferencing can keep all those remote teams communicating and collaborating seamlessly. In the last 10 years, a surge of conferencing solutions have been pushed to the market, including extremely soft codec platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams. It’s never been easier to set up conferencing technology and use it to run a call. Even better, modern conferencing solutions come with a lot of helpful features, like whiteboarding, content sharing, various call controls and customizable chat rooms.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
LED Video Walls Offer Unmatched Visual Impact And Reliability
In the past, video walls consisted of many flat panels arranged in a grid-like pattern. This is still an option, but newer LED video walls look better and are more energy efficient.
They look better because LED video walls can be designed with no bezel at all. These systems are called direct view LED video walls and they are pieced together one segment at a time. The only part that’s visible is the screen itself, and direct view segments fit together so snugly that it’s impossible to see where one ends and the other begins.
The result is seamless, ultra-high-resolution video that can be scaled up to nearly any degree. Sports stadiums, airports, concert halls, restaurants and other high traffic spots are all a good fit for LED video walls.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
AV Is The Foundation Of An Effective Command Center
Command centers are where some of the most sophisticated AV technologies are found. Large video walls, multiple digital displays, extensive control systems and high-powered workstations are all needed in a typical command center or EOC (emergency operations center).
In a matter of minutes, an authorized user could use AV to power up everything in the room, scan the video wall for information (such as network status or aircraft location), speak to someone in a different room and instantly organize a meeting in a secure space. All of this is made possible with the power of AV communications.
Control and command centers require deep experience to set up and configure, so they are spearheaded by experienced AV integrators.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Digital Signage Is A Versatile Communications Platform For Any Organization
, like video conferencing, is among the most popular AV solutions across multiple industries. It can serve in almost any setting and offers an impressive range of benefits to organizations.
For one, digital signage is difficult to ignore, especially if it is configured properly. Its attention-grabbing ability means digital signage is a perfect medium for delivering high-value messaging. This could be simple brand reinforcement, information on current sales and specials, tagged social media posts, product suggestions - anything that could be useful to your organization.
Digital signage is also extremely cost effective. Since it runs on LED display technology, digital signage provides years of 24/7/365 operation while requiring minimal maintenance. In addition to the display, a digital signage solution includes a media player (the brains of the system) and digital signage software.
Good Content Drives Digital Signage
With digital signage software, users can produce their own content and layouts, and content is king in this instance. As content is so important, you’ll want digital signage software that can be used comfortably by your team. An integrator can help match the right piece of software to your digital signage hardware, ensuring your organization can effectively leverage the content it produces.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
An AV Control System Keeps The Rest Of Your Technology In Line
AV control systems
are where humans and hardware meet. All of the room’s technology is tied to the control system so that everything can be controlled from a single interface. In most cases, new AV solutions utilize touchscreens to enable this control, but tactile controls like switches and dials are still useful in some settings.
Control systems greatly simplify a room’s operation, so your teams can use the AV technology with minimal training, minimal frustration, and minimal wasted time. And the easier it is to use the technology, the more likely it is that the technology will be used, ensuring your organization gets a proper return on its AV investment.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Data Projections Has Experience With All Of These Solutions
AV integration is a complex, multidisciplinary process that requires a team of designers, installers, project managers and technology specialists to pull off. With that kind of expert team
, your AV solution will perform reliably and blend in perfectly. When it’s time to provide maintenance, replace equipment or make upgrades
, a certified AV integrator can assist with that too. In this way, an experienced AV integrator
can be your go-to technology team.
Data Projections can be that kind of team for your organization, whether it’s considering video conferencing, digital signage, AV controls, an LED video wall, a full-featured control system or something else entirely (but still AV related).[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]