Since the launch of the Campus Crossroads project, have been redesigned with Crestron over 175 classrooms throughout the campus.
The University of Notre Dame It is recognised as one of the main institutions of higher education in the country, to the forefront of teaching, research and service to society. With more than 12,000 students, has revolutionized its approach of education to develop a catalogue of technology-based AV basic standards of Crestron.
Each standard is specifically designed to transform spaces such as halls for conferences, classrooms, auditoriums, study spaces, seminar and offices. "Give Notre Dame a first user experience quality has always been a priority for my team." The standardization of Crestron allowed us to empower teachers and students to use technology on campus and abroad", explains Jason Railton, Manager of ND Studios AV Technologies at Notre Dame.
The Campus Crossroads project was more construction of University initiative, with more than 240,000 square meters of classrooms, research and for students, shows, meetings, events and hospitality areas.
The three buildings of the project give University academic spaces, libraries and areas of rest for receptions. With a track record of successful deployment of intuitive technologies throughout the campus, were asked to Jason and his team that they integrate their AV basic standards for three buildings. "Our task was to create new spaces and help give life to the vision of the University," explains Railton.
With the Crestron touch screens and interface of Notre Dame, users can customize the space quickly and easily. Crestron DigitalMedia is used inside classrooms, teaching laboratories, conference rooms and tutoring areas to distribute content and provide a learning experience more immersive. In addition, each building offers unique spaces for students, teachers and guests are related, celebrate and organize events on campus.
The Office of information technologies has been transforming traditional classrooms into active learning spaces, changing the way in which students and faculty interact in the classroom. Crestron DM NVX serves as the backbone for these intuitive learning environments and allows you to share content in a collaborative way.
"DM NVX was not only an optimal solution for our active learning classrooms, but it also helped us to design and implement the core of these dynamic spaces", said Railton.
To equip the new conference rooms, the University has adopted platform Crestron Flex as part of the core of standard AV. "needed a solution that was simple, intuitive and which could integrate natively with our platform of" existing videoconferencing. Crestron Flex provides us a user experience consistent, exceptional audio and high picture quality."
Since the opening of the Campus Crossroads project, Jason and his team have been redesigned with Crestron technology more than 175 classrooms throughout the campus. "It has helped us to provide a seamless and consistent user experience both inside and outside the classroom," adds Jason Railton.
- DigitalMedia 4K60 4:4:4 HDR Network AV Encoder/Decoder DM-NVX-352.
- Flex Wall Mount UC Video Conference System UC-B160.
- Flex M100 Tabletop UC Audio Conference System UC-M100.
- AirMedia AM-200.
- DigitalMedia DMPS3-300.
- Touch Screen TSW-760.
- Crestron Lighting Control.
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