Advanced AV systems designed for highly specialised medical applications and environments.
We deliver AV facilities for hospitals, medical centres, surgeries, Universities and institutions with highly specialised, custom-built audio-visual system requirements.
We work with hospitals and care facilities to develop their audio-visual infrastructure meeting strict budgetary and regulatory requirements. These include including digital signage and wayfinding, queue management and PA systems, MDT rooms and simulation suites, lecture theatres and auditoria, telemedicine and live streaming.
We have extensive experience designing AV infrastructure to support clinical environments throughout the patient / visitor journey from the point of entry to their after-care management.
Nuanced requirements of university medical schools cover AV infrastructure for scientific and medical teaching spaces as you would find at any education establishment, including laboratories, training rooms, lecture theatres, collaboration and conferencing spaces and more.
We can assist with infrastructure for lecture theatres, lecture capture, live streaming 4K and 3D images and video from clinical spaces to learning environments for training and teaching purposes.
We have extensive experience with the implementation of HD cameras to capture and live stream content over 4k capable fibre networks for specialised medical requirements. We also have experience sourcing technologies and installations at highly sterile environments and understand compliance requirements for the use of electronic equipment in such spaces.
Download the ‘award-winning‘ Quadram Institute case study – lecture capture and live streaming of 4K and 3D images and live video from clinical spaces to learning environments – first of its kind in Europe.
How can AV systems be designed to teach larger cohorts, at the same time, in a building with teaching spaces adapted specifically to deliver advanced Biomedical / allied STEM training?
AV systems for a Science faculty; designed to encourage collaboration and built for use without necessitating prior training.
How can four separate lectures be delivered to eighty students, simultaneously, in one lab space without causing confusion or distraction?