Government Agencies Audio-Visual Solutions

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Government Agencies Audio-Visual Solutions

All across the country different government agencies are discovering the ability of effective audio-visual presentation systems to enhance communication.

The public is looking for more open access with government entities as well as a greater collaboration using modern audio-visual systems components. A trend in the use of flat panel screens, touch panels, and other integrated audio-visual systems is helping to change the way that public citizens interact with government offices and elected officials, as well as how government and military offices are connecting with each other.

A key reason behind this growth is due to more screens being integrated in buildings, lobbies, public walkways and other physical structures. There is also a stronger technological momentum and emphasis on interactive content using touch screens, video conferencing and presentation collaboration. This is being seen in improved audio-visual solutions for government training programs, military staff meetings and public hearings forums.

There are many ways in which audio-visual systems integrators are helping government agencies understand the benefits in modernizing presentation abilities, communication opportunities and collaboration practices. Companies can provide services in audio-visual systems that can help government offices and military facilities in a variety of ways. Vendors can set up systems that work on site, across offices or across a network of offices and agencies over long distances.

Moreover, the increases in digital signage in government buildings is rapidly increasing in spaces like courtrooms, commission chambers, public meeting areas and large assembly rooms for elected officials. With the focus on visual communications, this digital signage explosion can only benefit the government agencies that use them.

Among the solutions offered by A/V systems contractors include services like setting up secure A/V presentation and communication systems for military videoconferencing centers, government briefing rooms, and military command and control centers. These new solutions are helping the facilitation of communications for government offices with its many publics, while also helping to cut costs and improve productivity and communications for the agencies.

One example of this new collaboration comes from an audio-visual systems integrator, CCS Presentation Systems, which designed and installed a series of automatic projection screens, projectors, speakers and a camera system for the Avondale, AZ city government offices and public assembly space.

The Avondale City Council was seeking a public chamber where citizens, staff, and outside vendors could conduct presentations for the Council that large audiences could also see. The system designed by CCS enabled everyone to see and hear presentations from anywhere in the public chamber space. CCS also installed an AMX touch panel control system and a microphone system with timer so that all video and audio could be easily controlled from one location in the chamber.

These are the types of audio-video solutions that are being made in government offices and military installations around the country. Every job is custom, but most government and military clients are interested in a variety of presentation systems including projectors and projection screens, digital displays and high definition video conferencing.

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