The Crestron Fusion enterprise management platform enables facility and IT managers to centrally monitor and manage audio visual equipment, room scheduling, lighting, shades, climate, and energy consumption from a single platform. Fusion RV® is the audio visual and technology management component of Crestron Fusion. Whether integrated into an existing system or installed with a new system, Fusion RV® enables you to seamlessly monitor and manage boardrooms, classrooms, lecture halls, video conferencing rooms and more. With Fusion RV® administrators can view room and projector status from the web-based user interface; remote control and chat with rooms via the built-in help desk; view reports showing room usage; receive email alerts when a projector lamp is nearing end of life.
A hallmark of IMS’ approach to systems integration is a keen understanding of the role end users play in the perceived success of technology integration as well as focusing on how we can ensure their experience is more success story than a struggle.
hatham chose IMS to understand their needs and present ideas about how AV systems could help them gain an edge. IMS, along with BHH Architects collaborated to complete the Design Build of six (6) multi-use conference rooms including a 50 seat video conference and training room. Based on the success and overwhelming feedback by end-users about the systems, IMS was chosen again to continue the collaborative effort and successfully complete the Design Build of eight (8) multi-use conference rooms, including a 120 seat divisible video conference and presentation room.
Reed Smith recently completed the multi-floor architectural, interior and AV renovation of its offices with the help of Corporate Catalyst Architects and IMS Technology Services. Reed Smith chose IMS based on our Design Build model to integrate state-of-the-art AV systems in six (6) high level meeting and presentation rooms and one multi-media based cafeteria.
Souderton Areas School District has previously invested in interactive whiteboards and other audio visual equipment in years past so it was important to retrofit these assets to maximize efficiency while improving image and sound quality. In addition, faculty often does not stay in one classroom year over year, so standardizing on a design a design was critical. Ease-of-use and reliability ranked as most important priorities for faculty, while cost-of-ownership was an important focal point for SASD’s administration.