Electrosonic will offer control room health check
Electrosonic’s control rooms team will be exhibiting alongside NEC Display Solutions at The Emergency Services Show at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, UK.
Electrosonic’s control room business provides a complete set of audio-visual services for emergency operations centers and mission critical environments. Its dedicated teams can provide a range of services including technical design, systems integration and 24x7x365 service and maintenance.
During the show on September 25-26, Electrosonic will be offering visitors the opportunity to book either a free design consultation and/or a free two hour ‘Audio-Visual Service Health Check’ for their control room.
The free design consultation is ideal for those evaluating their next project, exploring technology applications, or developing functional designs for sophisticated systems. The consultation includes a review of existing facilities and a conceptual ergonomic and audio-visual design mock up.
Electrosonic’s free ‘Audio-Visual Service Health Check’ will provide an assessment of an AV system’s performance. Checks include a functionality check, filter clean, cabling, electrical safety, colour balance and collection of lamp hour usage. Following the assessment, the client will receive a full report and recommendations for further action if necessary.
At the booth, NEC Display Solutions will be showcasing its X551UN video wall. The features of this powerful communications tool include direct LED backlights as a light source, 1920 x 1080 resolution and a 5.7mm bezel (content to content). The product’s unique features make installation efficient and help to reduce costs.
The Emergency Services Show brings together professionals involved in emergency planning, response or recovery. The exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to source new equipment, discover how to make vital cost savings, learn from industry experts and network with industry colleagues.
“We are very excited about attending The Emergency Services Show and demonstrating our range of control room solutions to the blue light industry,” commented Paul Brooks, sales manager of the Control Room business for EMEA. “Whether you are looking to install a new control room or are looking for technology to help future proof your existing facility, our dedicated team will be on hand to offer expert advice.”
The control rooms team specialises in control systems programming and distribution of video and data between multiple sites, users and displays, through IP networks. Time sensitive operations rely on receiving information in a timely manner. Electrosonic’s technology solutions will ensure users receive scalable, instant ‘real-time’ information.