Adwar Video recently completed the design and installation of a unique multi-purpose AV system for Plainedge School District’s Innovative Learning Center. The ILC was envisioned as space that could support Board Meetings, Classroom Training, and Special Events for the school and the community. The requirements included sound and visual from multiple sources on multiple displays, along with a divisible configuration that allowed partitioning of the system within the space along with Cisco video conferencing. The challenge, as always, was to bring these requirements together into a system that was easy to use.
To meet those requirements, Adwar Video incorporated a Crestron control system featuring Smart Graphics interfaces on the touchpanels, (3) screened areas with NEC projectors, Crestron controllable thermostats, JBL ceiling speakers, Lectrosonics DSP’s, AKG wired and wireless microphones, and a Cisco video CODEC. A video matrix and two zoned ceiling speakers were programmed into the system to add to the functionality.
Additional equipment included Middle Atlantic racks, NEC NP-PX602WL-WH 6000 lumen projectors, Lectrosonics SPN2412 Digital Audio Processors, Crestron TST-600 Wireless Touch Screens and DM-MD16x16 DigitalMedia Switcher. Adwar Video worked closely with the Plainedge team to design the system to the customers strict requirements. All installation and programming was performed by Adwar Video’s internal technical staff.
Adwar Video recently completed design and installation of a multi-faceted Audio Visual System for a premier presentation space. The Founders Auditorium at Medgar Evers College in Downtown Brooklyn is an important dual-use instructional and performance venue for the school. Lectures are given by day. Plays and concerts are performed after hours. The challenge was to provide a system that covered all of these roles while remaining easy to use.
To meet those requirements, Adwar Video created two complete EQ setup modes – “Live” and “Presentation”, with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound for the latter. A Dante Digital Interface was added to assist with networking between all input points and the master console. System control was implemented through installation of a Crestron DM Matrix System along with Crestron Touch panels. Extron Switchers, a BiAmp Server and an Allen & Heath iLive Console completed the system design.
Additional equipment such as a Marshall Custom Lectern, Microphones from Shure and Clock Audio, QSC Power Amps and Subs, and Middle Atlantic Hardware & Racks rounded out the major components of the project.
Adwar Video recently completed the design and build of a series of Lecture Halls at Baruch College. Customer requirements included multiple PTZ cameras for streaming/archiving/image magnification, wireless mics, “anysource anywhere” switching, and the ever popular “must be easy to use” factor for the rear control room. Adwar Video provided major components from Extron, Surgex, Panasonic, Sharp, Dalite, NEC, Crown, and Shure. Vaddio ProductionView HD switchers with Multiview and Joysticks provided key control and operation of the cameras. Crestron processors and touchpanels provided overall system control and HD signal distribution.
Adwar Video recently completed the design, build, and installation of a control system and interactive displays for Suffolk County Fire Rescue and Emergency Service in Yaphank, NY. The room is a rapid response, command and control center for the county. In the Command Center, Adwar Video was asked to provide centralized control for the approximately twenty HD displays located throughout the room. In the Emergency Operations Center, Adwar Video supplied interactive displays that are used by responders for debriefing events. Key to the installation was integration while the center remained fully operational. Main manufacturers included Crestron, Sharp, and Middle Atlantic.
Adwar Video recently completed the build and installation of six corporate meeting rooms for The McGraw-Hill Companies in NYC. The rooms showcased display, conferencing, audio, and control. Key components of the systems included Polycom codecs, EagleEye cameras, Crestron touchpanels, Sharp displays, and Innovox speakers. All rooms needed to be brought online during the short December holiday break. Adwar Video worked closely with the customer to meet or exceed these requirements.
Adwar Video recently completed the build and installation of several key AV systems at Nassau University Medical Center for the CEO’s office, three Meeting Rooms, two Conference Rooms, and a Boardroom. Systems included Polycom video conferencing, NEC projectors and displays, Lectrosonic and Shure audio, and control systems by Crestron and Extron. All rooms featured interoperability through the facility network. Adwar Video was brought into this job based upon its reputation and expertise, its ability to meet schedule, and its past relationship with the customer and the electrical contractor.
Adwar Video recently completed the build and installation of a complete TV studio and building-wide digital content streaming solution for Walter Crowley Intermediate School IS5 in NYC. Richard Pusateri, Account Executive, working with the Adwar Video design team, chose JVC GY-HM710 HD Cameras with Studio Packages and a Black Magic Design production switcher to be the core of the TV Studio. An important additional requirement was a complete content solution to allow capture, edit, and streaming of the finished product to all locations in the building. Adwar chose an encoded system and worked with the customer’s IT department to install a dedicated video server on the customer’s internal network. Adwar also designed and built a mobile broadcast cart that allows for remote transmission from any location within the school.
Adwar Video recently completed the build and installation of multiple AV systems on eight floors of the prestigious Vertical Campus of Baruch University. Key to the design was the Extron Medialink control panels that provided uniform control interfaces in all lecture spaces. “Our instructors can walk into any of our spaces and immediately begin work” says Christian Keck, Deputy CIO.
Outfitted with cutting-edge digital audio and video equipment, the core of the systems are the Extron MLS608 switchers, controlled by Extron Touchlink Panels. John Schappert, System Sales Engineer for Adwar Video, states “The MLS608 switcher is uniquely suited to handle new digital signals as well as legacy inputs. The system had to be easy to use, and Extron Touchlink made that possible. Additionally, the challenge at Baruch was bringing over 100 rooms on-line quickly, often while school was in-session. Careful coordination was maintained by Tony Caggino, Account Manager, at every step to meet the customer’s requirements. Plus, Extron worked with our team to assure delivery timeframes and overall success.“