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Project Management for Audio Visual Systems
Meet the team that will manage your audio visual project
Applied Electronics dedicates a team of complementary and adept professionals to work with your technical lead. The AEL staff members included in this team are:
- Sales representative
- Project manager
- Administrative manager
- Design and drawing engineer
- Installation supervisor
The team may also include the following personnel, as required by a given project:
- Software engineer
- Install and commission engineer
- Test engineer
- Training specialist
Custom audio visual systems require a tailored workflow
Your designated AEL team is highly experienced in developing a facility workflow tailored to your custom A/V concept and functionality, as well as the related audio visual equipment required to realize it, all within the realities of your facility, budget, and time constraints.
The schedule we create creates milestones that take into account your deadlines as well as time required for audio visual equipment procurement. Based on these factors, tasks such as drawing, cabling, and installation, as well as commissioning, testing, and training, are worked into the schedule. Our project manager can also adapt as required, maintaining your timeline and AEL’s track reputation for achieving your deadlines under a variety of challenging factors.
Selecting and procuring the optimal audio visual equipment for your integration
Selecting the right audio visual equipment for your specific workflow and goals is foundational to your project. In working with Applied Electronics, you will gain the benefit of our insight and experience to achieve this. We will define a comprehensive equipment list, including accurate estimations of the supporting components you’ll need.
This equipment list is also used to order the specified equipment and track subsequent deliveries. The same list is also used on site during your audio visual integration, to receive and check equipment as it delivered. All serial numbers and asset tags are also tracked on the equipment list prior to installation, providing you with a record of all equipment installed during the integration.
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