More Information About audio visual companies
Nov 1, 2010
As AV integrators develop more proprietary solutions, efforts to protect IP like software source code are getting more attention.
When integrator Technical Services Audio Visual recently landed a contract to design a system for a university client’s campus building, a roadblock stopped project planning in its tracks. The “keys” to the software another AV systems integrator had used to build an earlier system that the client wanted to essentially duplicate in a new venue weren’t accessible.
“The contractor who preceded us never provided the client with the software source code,” says Pete Dugas, president of the Athe...
Saudi Arabia – The KAUST campus and community site is located on the Red Sea, adjacent to the fishing village of Thuwal and 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia’s second largest city. The total area comprises more than 36 million square meters, including the University campus, Harbor District commercial center, three distinct residential neighborhoods. TSAV was asked to design and integrate AV systems for KAUST. The project scope includes elaborate AV functionality in classrooms, auditoriums, multipurpose spaces, conference rooms, production studios, training rooms, and lab spaces as well as the integration of...
Auburn, Al – TSAV installed a world class arena sound system on time and under budget in the new Auburn University Arena. The arena audio system has a total of 54 two-way professional speaker cabinets permanently rigged to the trusses and catwalk. An additional 48 auxiliary fill speakers under the upper balcony. The arena bowl audio system is digitally interconnected with the Scholarship Lounge, Courtside Club, Upper Suites and team areas to form one unified control system. The audio digital control system is password protected to allow various levels of authority and control, from beginner to advanced. There are integrated audio sys...
Athens, Ga – TSAV had the honor of being a part of the $40 million expansion of Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall. The athletic facility, located at 1 Selig Circle off South Lumpkin Street, is the home of UGA football and headquarters of the UGA Athletic Association.
The original Butts-Mehre building was dedicated in the spring of 1987 and was named after two of Georgia’s most famous football coaches, Wallace Butts and Harry Mehre. The expansion project of the football facilities added approximately 53,000 square feet of new space.
Highlights of the Butts-Mehre project include:
• football team segment and position meeting rooms with st...