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        Air Canada's SOC Takes Off

        January 2014 (Page 38)

        Air Canada's Systems Operation Control Center takes off with Crestron control. A Crestron DigitalMedia network system, described by the integrator as "almost residential in nature," offers the ease-of-use and flexibility desired in the SOC's many huddle spaces and conference rooms.

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        What Does Lync Mean for Pro AV?

        April 2014 (Page 14)

        If Microsoft Lync seems to be everywhere these days, that’s because it is. Crestron’s executive director of UC solutions Brian Slade and other industry experts talk about the opportunities Lync creates for AV integrators in corporate boardrooms and beyond.

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        Systems Contractor News

        New Heights

        July 2012 (Page 46)

        If the most critical part of your mission lasts only 50 seconds, the right technology can make the difference. When NASA launches a vehicle that includes a radioisotope power source, the first crucial seconds of the launch must be monitored by the NASA Radiological Control Center (RADCC), which is responsible for monitoring, and coordinating protective actions in the unlikely event of a launch accident that releases radioactive material in the launch area. The job of RADCC scientists became a lot easier in November when the Mars Science Lab lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center. This was the first mission using a newly redesigned and reconfigured RADCC, with a complicated array of new technology made simple and seamless thanks to the Crestron control system.

        Systems Contractor News

        New Heights

        July 2012 (Page 46)

        If the most critical part of your mission lasts only 50 seconds, the right technology can make the difference. When NASA launches a vehicle that includes a radioisotope power source, the first crucial seconds of the launch must be monitored by the NASA Radiological Control Center (RADCC), which is responsible for monitoring, and coordinating protective actions in the unlikely event of a launch accident that releases radioactive material in the launch area. The job of RADCC scientists became a lot easier in November when the Mars Science Lab lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center. This was the first mission using a newly redesigned and reconfigured RADCC, with a complicated array of new technology made simple and seamless thanks to the Crestron control system.