When Alvernia University discovered a need to reach a wider audience of students on its three campuses in eastern Pennsylvania, university officials envisioned a media center that would afford students, faculty and local residents the opportunity to use and learn about key technologies.
When GateWay Community College (GWC) in Phoenix, AZ, decided to build a new Integrated Education Building (IEB) and remodel its Maricopa Skill Center (MSC) campus, one of the goals was to incorporate state−of−the−art audio/visual and IT classrooms that would allow students and faculty access to digital A/V and HDCP content in a simple−to−use configuration.
For Independence Blue Cross, southeastern Pennsylvania’s leading health insurer, reliability is imperative in every aspect of business. When the company added a cutting−edge board room and executive conference room to its office in Philadelphia, officials there demanded nothing less than 100 percent functionality.
When the St. Johns Public School District in Michigan wanted to add technology to its classrooms, administrators knew their priority was reliability. They enlisted the help of Moss Telecom’s Audio Video Integration Group of Grand Rapids, MI, to create a system.
Easy. Simple to use. Push button with confidence. These words echoed throughout the team at St. Alexius Medical Center when reviewing objectives for a new training center. Tasked with creating a whole new building near the Bismarck, ND campus that is home to the 306−bed hospital, the group required a presentation system that could be used daily for education.
Training, meetings, corporate events and community activities are among the various uses for the new multi−purpose room at the headquarters of a Midwest corporation. When the company planned its new building, executives wanted a state−of−the−art room that would serve both its corporate needs and be available to the local community.
The newest Main Event Entertainment™ facility in San Antonio, TX, boasts the company’s first fully digital AV infrastructure center, powered by Kramer Electronics CORE products. In its tenth location, Main Event Entertainment continues its innovative concept of bowling, laser tag, obstacle courses, arcades, pool tables and food and beverage offerings all under one roof.