Network based control systems can mean an increase in equipment management. The collected
data could be used to track projector bulb usage, for example. The collected information may show that AV-capable rooms in one building are much more popular than other rooms in another building. This knowledge could be used to adjust room scheduling, or update older equipment. Data management can go beyond just controlling AV devices.
The primary purpose of a control system is to make complex AV systems more accessible. Control systems allow users to focus on delivering a message. Any control system that is connected to a network can become a very powerful tool for device management and delivery of content. If control systems are built according to the client’s needs, using input from IT professionals and proper selection of devices, the final control system will be easy to use.
The benefits of a networked control system:
You may tend to think of control systems controlling AV equipment within individual rooms. Due to the addition of Ethernet networking capabilities into AV equipment, control systems take on new possibilities. By placing control systems on networks, devices can be controlled remotely, inventories of equipment can be efficiently maintained, companies can respond to customer service issues more efficiently, and much more. In an enterprise-wide control environment, a user can turn on a projector from another time zone by using a Smartphone.
A/V Systems Integration- is the engineering practices and procedures for assembling large and complicated systems by combining different audiovisual equipment, applications, especially subsystems on a network, so that they work together or form a whole.
Our mission is to make every organization or home, smart and more efficient by designing “green” audiovisual solutions.
We specialize in designing Digital Signage systems to help organizations disseminate information efficiently across its campuses’ – to its students, employees and/or clients at the lowest cost per exposure and the highest return on investment (ROI).
We use Systems Integration to make our client’s homes and organizations efficient by combining different audiovisual equipment and applications, especially subsystems on a network, so that they work together or form a whole.
Digital Signage is a form of electronic display that shows television programming, menus, information, advertising and other messages. Digital signs (frequently utilizing technologies such as LCD, LED, plasma displays, or projected images to display content) can be found in both public and private environments, including retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and corporate buildings, among other locations.