Systems Contractor News

        Green AV that Works

        October 27, 2011 (Page 1)

        Bryant University ties AV Systems to Crestron Occupancy Sensors. Ceiling-mounted Crestron GLS-ODT-C-500 occupancy sensors alert the Crestron MP2E or PRO2 control system to shut the AV system down after 30 minutes of no motion.

        Sound & Video Contractor

        High-Bandwidth Control Infrastructure

        May 11th (Page 1)

        The new auditorium and executive boardroom at Davenport University are the two keystones of the project, so Griffes anchored their AV systems with a Crestron DigitalMedia infrastructure, including Crestron cabling and matrix switchers.

        Sound & Communications

        Building The Ultimate Digital Classroom

        May 2011 (Page 36)

        The Integrated Teaching and Learning Center at the University of Massachusetts Medical School provides students and instructors with the ability to share data, share documents and present to one another from anyone's computer or any video source. This is made possible with the installation of Crestron DigitalMedia.

        Sound & Video Contractor

        High-bandwidth control infrastructure

        5/17/2011 (Page 1)

        The new auditorium and executive boardroom at Davenport University are the two keystones of the project. The integrator anchored their AV systems with a Crestron DigitalMedia infrastructure, including Crestron cabling and matrix switchers.

        Sound & Video Contractor

        Technology in the Court

        November 17, 2010 (Page 1)

        Law students at the University of Memphis Law School learn the ways of defense and justice in the school's mock courtroom. Here, a combination of audio conferencing, flatscreen, and control technology, including Crestron DVPHD keep these systems within reach during trial sessions but subtly hidden within the historical architectural details.

        AV Technology

        Crestron DigitalMedia

        November 2010 (Page 42)

        How Crestron Digital Media Solves the Mystery of HDCP Management... "Pre-digital, many AV system designs would have included Extron interfaces, and Extron/AMX (AutoPatch) matrix switchers, now Crestron DigitalMedia has provided an end-to-end solution. I'm sure the folks at Extron and AMX are not happy about this at all and why they are also selling HDCP compliant switchers."

        AV Technology

        Distance Learning Solutions

        June 2010 (Page 47)

        The College of Osteopathic Medicine at MSU recently opened two new campuses with the goal of increasing enrollment by 50%. The expansion was made possible largely through the installation of an impressive array of classroom technology. featuring Crestron touch panel control to streamline AV distribution, video conferencing, and lighting control.

        UC Davis Graduate School of Management, Ideas into Action

        Crestron Helps UC Davis GSM Roll Out Advanced Classroom Technology

        May, 2009 (Page 2)

        Recognized as one of the top MBA programs in the country, the Graduate School of Management at University of California, Davis, recently moved its Bay Area campus for its successful Working Professional MBA Program across town. Crestron was selected to provide advanced AV presentation systems, lighting control, and campus-wide remote monitoring to streamline all classroom technology.


        Custom Control

        July 2008 (Page 18)

        The University of Rochester turned to Crestron to connect dozens of rooms throughout the campus. QuickMedia® and XPanel combine to create "Central Monitor." Central Monitor enables the university to manage more than 80 rooms from one touchpanel. Authorized users can control and monitor any number of classroom video projectors, public display devices, centralized AV matrix routers, codecs, lighting systems, or remote motorized cameras over an IP network. "Universal Program," currently used in 50 rooms, is a Crestron based control system that can sync with Central Monitor for an additional level of control, or it can be used standalone to support rooms lacking a network connection.


        Preparing for the Unexpected

        July 2008 (Page 24)

        At the heart of Michigan Technological University classroom technology are networked MPS-100 systems, which provide AV control, switching, and audio amplification. Each MPS-100 is tied into the university's network, and the entire system is monitored using RoomView software from the AV office. The school also wanted to get emergency messages to faculty and students in the classrooms quickly. AVI developed Emergency Message Transport (EMT) software, which displays messages on Crestron touchpanels. A Crestron AV2 controller acts as the head end of the messaging system, and the EMT software talks to the AV2 controller over the network. The information is then disseminated to every wired Crestron touchpanel on campus.

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