Every year, new benchmarks are set for technology and skills in design and commissioning of boundary-stretching projects. Whether the technology is new, the POs are huge, or the installation presents crazy new challenges, there is much to be gained from a project that almost knocked you over but instead boosted you up with new excitement about what this industry accomplishes every day. The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex at the University of Oregon is not a stadium, but a six-story football player practice, education, and recruiting center. At the heart of the facility’s video systems are Crestron DigitalMedia and Crestron control technology.
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