In this video, you’ll see why AVI-SPL is the company you can trust to deliver a workplace strategy that meets positive business outcomes that are measurable. We do it through AV and collaboration technology solutions and services we integrate into your environment. The result is a better user experience, which means better engagement with the projects that lead to your success.
Find out why AV-over-IP technology is becoming the new standard for distributing AV signals within the workplace.
AVI-SPL and Crestron collaborated on this guide, which helps you understand AV-over-IP and its advantages over traditional ways of sending audio and video signals. After reading this succinct, informative paper, you’ll understand:
- Why AV-over-IP matters
- Its ability to interact with your existing infrastructure
- How to choose an AV-over-IP solution
- Why Crestron DM NVX is an outstanding network AV solution
AV has traditionally been designed around having a matrix switch in the middle that you tie your AV devices into. Today, a host of applications are possible with AV over IP, making for a better meeting experience and helping IT manage signal distribution.
In this webinar, presented by Crestron’s Dan Jackson, and hosted by AVI-SPL, Commercial Integrator, and My TechDecisions, you’ll understand why AV over IP is the right choice for your organization and how you can use your current devices and infrastructure to make it work. Dan and Josh Vallon, an expert programmer with AVI-SPL, also address issues like security, image quality, bandwidth costs and more, including:
- Crestron solutions including NVX Network AV Digital Media and XiO Cloud
- How to evaluate your current streaming video quality and infrastructure
- Top network security considerations
Systems Contractor News highlights its “Installs of the Year” in its November 2018 issue, and AVI-SPL’s work is among them. AVI-SPL recently integrated AV-over-IP systems that help the U.S. Air Force monitor and control its Test and Training range at Eglin Air Force Base.
Personnel at the 96th Range Control Squadron at Eglin AFB select visuals from test-range cameras and display those feeds to a control-room video wall. Operators select the feeds they want to display and group them together for intelligent, live viewing. Using this information, they track and control aircraft and weapons that are in flight.
AVI-SPL engineers and technicians design, test, and install systems that distribute audio and video over any size network. Contact us at email@example.com or 866-559-8197 and let us know about your audio and video communication challenges. Learn more about our specific expertise with command and control centers.