The Nureva Span visual collaboration system transforms a wall into an expansive, digital workspace. Users can create, share and edit ideas and information by working directly on the wall or on their own devices via the Span app. All changes made on the wall or from a device are instantly visible to all users.
City of Toronto – Committee Rooms
The City of Toronto contracted Applied Electronics to update and automate the A/V and broadcast systems in their Committee Rooms. Rooms 1 & 2 are larger, more heavily used committee rooms that commonly facilitate the broadcasting of government proceedings and key issue debates.
The upgraded system in Committee Room 1 included an Extron 16x16 matrix and two DLP projectors.Committee Room 2 required a complete rebuild of the delegate system, request-to-speak (RTS) system,broadcast switcher, a character generator, pan-tilt cameras, and control system. The new system includes two Panasonic 3-CCD broadcast-grade block cameras, Crestron automation system, two DLP projectors, Draper tabtensioned display screens, Lectrosonic DSP audio processor, a For-A character generator, and a Ross video broadcast switcher.
Rooms 3 & 4 are smaller rooms which previously had no A/V equipment and received DLP projectors, Crown amp & speakers and an Extron Medialink control system. The most important feature is the automation of the A/V equipment and a simple and common user interface for Rooms 1 & 2 and 3 & 4.
Government Projects See Applied Electronics' NSO/AVSO