Clyde & Co Presentation & Video Conferencing
Having relocated their UK headquarters to the iconic St Boltolph Building in London, global law firm – Clyde & Co – tasked us with the delivery of developing high quality presentation and video conferencing facilities into 12 meeting rooms.
Despite the size variations of each meeting room we were asked to replicate the environment to ensure ease-of-use of the A/V equipment, the showcase being a partitioned conference room with two 103” High Definition displays working in a single or joint-room format.
All the screens, including the video wall, are connected to an IPTV Distribution System to provide high quality digital television images including corporate signage throughout the building and the systems are modular, offering further expansion if and when required.
This system allows for video and audio distribution from other sources, such as tablets or video conferencing codecs for commercial and company messages.
Many of the rooms also have video conferencing facilities installed for connection to other corporate offices worldwide. Cisco HD Systems were installed to provide conferencing via an IP/ISDN system and these are also capable of sharing client content.
To ensure the quality of audio matches the HD image, retractable in-table microphones have been deployed and the larger meeting rooms have a simple touch sensitive halo ring system to identify when microphones are in-use or muted.
To meet the clients requirements that all audiovisual equipment should be east to operate, we installed Crestron Control Systems, with added support of remote management via Crestron Roomview.
I was very impressed with the excellent knowledge that all AVAT’s staff exhibited and the attention to the smallest detail meant they delivered a high quality installation. Their communication and ability to coordinate with all parties concerned contributed to the success for this project. I would not hesitate to recommend the very professional team at AVAT”.
Paul Way: Relocation Project Director