Category Case Story

Helping Seattle’s Traffic Operators See the Big Picture

As Seattle has continued to grow with the influx of new tech companies, while limited by the lack of space for new roads, the Seattle Department of Transportation has had to transform as well. The SDOT has improved its ability to monitor traffic  from its rebuilt Transportation Operations Center.

To keep track of city traffic, the SDOT monitors the roads via a video display wall consisting of Mitsubishi high-def projection cubes. Those cubes will provide 9-to-11 years of use, even when run 24/7.

Find out how the operators use the wall to keep Seattle’s traffic flowing, and find out why the SDOT called AVI-SPL “a great integrator.”

Read the story in the April 2015 issue of Thinking Highways.

 

 

 

 

An AV Upgrade for L.A. Metro Headquarters

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority — or L.A. Metro, as it’s known — designs, builds and operates public transportation for nearly 10 million people in L.A. County. Until recently, L.A. Metro has relied on outdated technology to conduct and record the hearings held at its headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.

The system, which was analog and dated to the early 1990s, was long overdue for an upgrade to its AV infrastructure.

AVI-SPL implemented systems from a number of its valued manufacturer partners to make this project a success and give L.A. Metro the improved communication capabilities it needed.

Read the complete case story, and watch the video below. Contact us at 866-559-8197 or sales@avispl.com for questions about how we can assist with your organization’s AV or video collaboration project.