Audio Visual Design
Connecting, learning, communicating, sharing – the end quality of the experience should dictate the selection of tools and technologies.
Proper execution delivers a seamless and intuitive AV systems user experience based on the desired functionality and artful integration with the human interface – equipment, furniture, lighting, controls, and software platforms.
- Systems Design
- Integration with Building Intelligence
- Teleconference/ telepresence
- Digital Signage
- Video Walls
- Projection Mapping
- Public Address/ Mass Notification
- Sound Reinforcement
- Sound Masking
- Conference Facilities
- Lecture Halls/ Theatres/ Auditoriums
- Performing Arts
- Museums and Galleries
- Places of Worship
- Condition Assessment/ Due Diligence Reports
- Feasibility Studies
- Master Planning
- Contract Documents
- Contract Administration
- Project Administration/ Management
- Peer Review
- Planning, Design and Compliance (PDC)
A wholistic AV solution needs to be constructible, affordable and upgradeable, enabling a company or organization to work collaboratively, conduct communications, and manage resources with sophisticated automation and connectivity.
The AV interface with the room or venue infrastructure, ie. ICT, security, lighting controls, shade control, projection screens, acoustics and proximity to noise-inducing mechanical equipment is paramount to success.
Multi-media encompasses many building services including broadcast systems, audio paging and monitoring, assistive listening and simultaneous translation systems, video monitoring, teleconferencing and video conferencing, combined room controls, control rooms and digital signage.
Integrating ultra-high definition video and advanced audio to create an immersive in-person meeting over the WAN allows corporations to optimize global resources, foster collaboration and deliver real-time information to virtual teams worldwide.
Alongside the diverse multimedia-based applications and the expanded range of electronic devices and bandwidth, there is an increased volume of information shared amongst various systems.
A holistic approach to building intelligence.
AV systems can legitimately exist as a stand alone, siloed system, but there is another investment level to consider if there is opportunity to converge AV systems with other low voltage systems(electrical, lighting, lighting controls, ICT, security, shade control)
Through integration with other related systems via a single, central, IP network,combined with digital metering, a facility’s critical Audio Visual system functions (voice, video, public address), can be engineering for central monitoring and control. Data collected can be leveraged to achieve advanced operational efficiency and energy optimization by means of a overarching building intelligence workflow automation. Learn More
Audio Visual design is provided by MBII’s subsidiary company, Mulvey & Banani Audio Visual Inc. (MBAV), led by Vice President Gregory Rushton (CTS-D).