Queen’s University – School of Medicine

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A new building for Queen’s School of Medicine offers the opportunity to fully integrate modern teaching methods, technology and interdisciplinary practices into their curriculum and will help facilitate team based learning. Built to certified LEEDS specifications, the new 5-storey, 125,000 square feet building is the home base for students, classrooms and labs. It offers a state-of-the-art teaching clinic, leading-edge classrooms, surgical and technical skills labs.

Applied Electronics was contracted to supply and integrate presentation technology into several small and large teaching spaces, simulation & dissection labs, small meeting rooms, and observation labs for this new School of Medicine facility. A total of 74 spaces were outfitted with presentation technologies, and they are as follows:

  • Two identical 138-seat Lecture Halls with three 6,000 ANSI lumen projectors, Crestron DM 32x32 video routing & control system, request to speak system, DSP system for 69 microphones (1 for every 2 students).
     
  • One 40-seat Lecture Hall with dual 6,000 ANSI lumen projectors, Crestron DM 16x16 video routing & control system, request to speak system, and DSP system for 40 microphones (1 for every 2 students), and videoconferencing system.
     
  • Twenty-eight Group Meeting Rooms equipped with 60” LCD monitors, control system, and HDMI & VGA Inputs on the meeting table.
     
  • Two dedicated videoconference rooms designed for 10 participants each. Each room is equipped with two 60” LCD monitors, Crestron control, audio DSP, and videoconferencing units with two pan & tilt cameras.
     
  • Twenty Clinical Skills rooms, each equipped with two mics, two cameras and local intercom.
     
  • Ten Clinical Skills Observation Stations for the monitoring of the 20 Clinical Skills Rooms. Each station is equipped with headphones to monitor the Clinical Skills Classrooms and an intercom to communicate with the Clinical Skills Rooms. All signal routing is achieved with Crestron DM and control systems. The system has two control stations to activate recording.
     
  • Four Small Seminar rooms, each equipped with a 60” LCD monitor and local HDMI & VGA inputs. Control and signal routing is achieved with Crestron DM and control systems.
     
  • Four Simulation Labs and four Simulation Lab Control Rooms. All control and routing is done with Crestron DM & control system. All four Simulations Labs are equipped with audio DSP systems.
     
  • Two Debrief Rooms, each equipped with a 60” LCD monitor, audio system, HDMI & VGA inputs, and Crestron control system.
     
  • Two 40-seat Debrief Classrooms, each equipped with two 4,000 ANSI lumen projectors, DSP audio system and Crestron DM routing & control systems.
     
  • Two Surgical Skills Labs, each equipped with a 6000 ANSI lumen projector, audio system with DSP, and Crestron DM routing & system control.
     
  • Two Dissection Labs, both equipped with a 6000 ANSI lumen projector, audio system with DSP, two pan/tilt cameras, and Crestron DM routing & system control.
     
  • Microbiology & Biochemistry Lab equipped with four 54” LCD monitors, (36) 23” LCD monitors, audio system with DSP, and Crestron DM routing & control system. The student area can be divided into 4 smaller areas. Included in this area is a separate Student Lab.
     
  • Six Physiology/Pharmacology Labs, each equipped with a projector, audio system with DSP, and Crestron DM routing & control systems. These six rooms can be combined into any combination of a larger space as needed.
     

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