Washington University in St. Louis – St. Louis, Missouri
Audio-visual systems design for auditoriums, classrooms, and collaborative spaces. The design incorporates large and small displays, distance learning and simulcasting, collaborative group rooms and active learning lab with application, file and folder sharing using computer and mobile devices, video and teleconferencing, classroom capture, and interactive (real-time) scheduling via digital room displays. Large format video touch walls with interactive content installed in high-visibility locations, along with digital way-finding. Enterprise level asset management software programed to monitor equipment, system use, and manage resources. Control room with assignable stations designed to allow remote operation of all classroom and auditorium spaces. Fiber optic matrix switch, video control wall, and custom control stations employed to send and receive real-time control and routing of all audio and video sources between spaces, as well as far-end locations with additional videoconferencing and cable plant equipment.