Category Control Room Design

The AVI-SPL Booth at InfoComm 2017

InfoComm 2017 is less than a week away, and that means we are gearing up to present at the pro AV industry’s most high-profile and popular event in North America. At booth 1660, the AVI-SPL team will be sharing the message that our global capabilities and reach make us the right partner for companies — particularly those with multiple locations — looking to improve their collaboration and communication experience. Here’s what you can expect to see and hear about:

  • The new AVI-SPL office in Frankfurt, Germany
  • Our U.K. team discussing its new Global Help Desk
  • Our presence in the UAE and successful projects throughout the Middle East
  • A control room simulation — we’ll have a video wall with an operation station that shows how collaboration impacts lives inside and outside the control room
  • Highlight reel of projects — view a compilation of our most recent case study videos
  • Collaboration Spaces web app — see our interactive, visual room configurator
  • VideoLink products and services that deliver live broadcast capabilities
  • Digital signage of the AVI-SPL schedule at InfoComm — at a glance, you’ll know when we’re giving our guided tours, and when one of our experts will be speaking at or hosting seminars
  • We also have a few surprises in store that we’ll be announcing at the show

If you haven’t already signed up for our Guided Technology Tours at InfoComm, please do so. Each tour is a great way to visit high-profile manufacturers and see their solutions for applications like huddle spaces, advanced visualization & simulation, sounds systems, digital signage, control rooms, display technology, and classrooms.

See you at InfoComm.

 

 

AVI-SPL Command Center Project Makes Year-End List

Systems Contractor News recognized our work for Invenergy Control Center as one of its 2016 Installs of the Year. For this command-center project, we gave Invenergy the ability to monitor its energy assets throughout North America from one location. Hear Invenergy’s director of operations support talk about working with AVI-SPL in this case study video on the project.

Are you working on a command-center project that requires expert guidance? Contact us at 866-559-8197 or sales@avispl.com.

 

AVI-SPL Wins Integration Award at InfoComm

At last week’s InfoComm trade show in Las Vegas, Commercial Integrator presented its annual BEST awards, and I’m pleased to announce that AVI-SPL was among those singled out for recognition.

We won Best Mission Critical project for integrating control room solutions for the Invenergy Control Center in Chicago. Those solutions include the Christie Phoenix control management system and Christie narrow bezel LCD displays.

Our Chicago office team, which handled the integration, was there at InfoComm to accept the award.

Find out why the Invenergy staff decided to go with Christie products, and hear them talk about working with AVI-SPL when you watch the video about the Invenergy Control Center >

Webinar: The Value of Network Distributed Processing

Join us April 12, 2 p.m. EST for “The Value of Network Distributed Processing Solutions for Power, Utilities, and Transportation.” During this webinar, you’ll find out how much network distributed processing can help your business.

You’ll also hear firsthand from an AVI-SPL client that has benefited from our integration. Invenergy’s director of operations support will share how AVI-SPL used Christie technology to improve his control center’s ability to monitor resources.

Register for the webinar >

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.