Extron AV powers Cyber Innovation Centre at local high school

Extron AV powers Cyber Innovation Centre at local high school
Moreno Valley Unified School District in California has opened its Cyber Innovation Centre at Canyon Springs High School, which is the home of the cybersecurity pathway program. It has been recognised by the National Initiative for Cyber Education as the first centre of its kind for a K-12 public school district.

Inside, students gain knowledge and skills in computer network maintenance and cybersecurity, earning college credits and CompTIA certifications.

Integral to the teaching and esports competition activities at the centre is an extensive AV system powered by Extron switching, distribution, control, and audio, with NAV Pro AV over IP at the centre of AV signal distribution.

The main teaching spaces are an Esports Computer Lab, a Cyber Classroom, and a Cyber Innovation Lab that serve as classrooms and as competition venues for esports and Cyber Defense contests. The centre also houses mentoring conference rooms and hands-on workstations with server racks and network equipment.

Connecting all the rooms is the NAV Pro AV over IP system which allows any AV source to be viewed and heard on any display. Supporting this main distribution backbone is a host of Extron switching, distribution and control equipment, including HDMI switchers, DTP wallplates, ShareLink Pro wireless presentation gateways, DMP audio DSP processors, XPA and NetPA amplifiers, Flat Field and SoundField speakers and subwoofers, IPCP Pro control processors, TouchLink Pro touchpanels, and the Extron Control app.




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