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Athens, Ga – The University of Georgia and Medical College of Georgia asked TSAV to help convert the Historic Athens Cotton and Wool Mill (c1857) into an advanced medical teaching facility with special attention given to historic preservation. The implementation of a content capture and enterprise streaming media system, Distance Learning Classrooms, anatomy lab with digital recording and broadcast to lecture halls transformed the historic space into a state of the art 21st century learning environment. TSAV’s solutions have been implemented in educational and presentation environments throughout the USA and in the Middle East.
Athens, Ga – TSAV implemented an outdoor performance audio system for the new track and field facilities at the University of Georgia. This project included three different announcer’s areas, and had to be configured to accommodate a multitude of different events, as required by the nature of track and field events. TSAV implemented both an audio system that was flexible enough to handle the different event types, but also a control system to allow the users to configure the systems on the fly, and with the simple press of a button.
Savannah, Ga – The Mercer University’s Medical School installations feature Medical Education and Distance Learning Systems connecting 3 campuses and dozens of educators. Distance learning systems include Polycom HD VTC systems, Smarboard interactive whiteboards, Casscade Media Encoder capture system (Blended Learning System), and easy to operate controls.
The facility wide deployment of localized capture systems and interactive whiteboards for additional classrooms, seminar rooms, and student study areas allow for the capture of student presentations for rehearsal purposes. The need for simple user controls of such a complex...
Lilburn, Ga – The new worship facility at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, a division of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, features a large format sound reinforcement system with digital mixing engine and integrated control system. The project was initiated under a 6 week timeline; aggressive for any project but daunting for a project of this size and scope. Product availability, coordination with organ systems and other trades, and the need for hands on support during opening services and events added to the complexity of the project. However, the teams involved were impressively cooperative and we were able to accomplish our collective...