With this system based on IP the complex has established a distribution center where content can be sent instantly to the screens located anywhere in the building.
Between 1800 and late 1900, the Locomotive Workshops (workshops locomotives) were a leading global industrial center for railways. This is one of the oldest historical monuments in Sydney today has been converted and hosts the technology complex events and Australian Technology Park (ATP).
This space has become a popular site for all kinds of events, from small board meetings to conventions. Able to accommodate up to 10,000 people at a time, the complex needed an alternative to the AV outsourcing for hundreds of events annually hosts. I wanted to find an automated and self-sufficient system capable of working on individual meeting rooms in the building, but flexible enough to run on larger events.
The solution was to operate independently, but be flexible and adaptable to work with third-party AV equipment, if necessary.
The main requirement of ATP was the need to send content to screens of the complex. They wanted to make sure they could transmit live theater performances to waiting rooms and other areas of displacement, to accommodate streaming live from the Internet and display advertisements and promotional signage.
The system integrator avlogic It provided the ATP AV centralized IP-based solution of SVSI AMX, brand of the Harman Group that distributes in Spain Avit VisionWhich has enabled the complex to establish a distribution center, where content can be sent instantly to the screens located anywhere in the building.
Steve Hardie, head of IT in ATP has been involved in the whole process of design and installation highlights the modular structure of the system, which made the installation was fast and profitable, and its ability to expand as the needs the complex continue to grow.
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