Audio video system integrators incorporated into the design and installation of your project can enhance the functionality and usability of your facility, for both customers and employees. SCL is always on top of audio visual systems integration trends and provides advanced solutions for complex projects. From early design and strategy to installation and deployment, we provide everything you need for integrated audio video systems.
An advanced A/V solution can provide business efficiency through capabilities such as video distribution, virtual conferencing and building control. For example, overhead paging systems can ensure pertinent information is broadcast throughout your facility, which can improve the effectiveness of your communications. On the other hand, sound masking solutions serve a multi-purpose function by maintaining the privacy of speech between your employees, customers and/or patients, while improving the productivity of other employees by reducing distractions from adjacent conversations.
A well-planned integrated audio video system can also help you accomplish other business objectives:
Attract customers to your space and give them a reason to return by providing an immersive multimedia experience. Background music systems distribute high-quality audio throughout your facility from sources such as digital audio recorders with pre-selected audio information, commercial-free digital satellite or internet radio. Video distribution systems provide video to flat-panel displays from sources such as digital video recorders, computers, DVD players or high-definition broadcast television.
Transform your classrooms and training rooms into state-of-the-art multimedia learning centers with audio visual systems integration. Solutions such as video conferencing and electronic white boards provide an interactive environment for trainers to share educational content and connect with students both locally and remotely. With audio video system integrators, the trainer can focus on the educational content, not the control of each A/V component.