It’s really important to ensure that each type of space has the correct technology to make it work effectively and efficiently. But each space can be completely different, and as per all AV projects, it’s important to have a detailed analysis of what the room is used for along with the user needs.
Below are the types of room we often come across within our day to day business.
Believe it or not, the reception area is one of the most important areas for any business. Why? Because it’s often the first interaction customers, visitors, and employees will have with your organisation. To see more about the types of AV that work well within a building reception area. Read more here >>
Often, the most important room within an organisation is the Board Room. The biggest decisions are often made in these rooms, and the highest profile meetings often take place in them. This is why the technology needs to work first time every time. To see more about the types of technology we implement in boardrooms, Read more here >>
Huddle Space AV
Huddle spaces are a type of room that never actually used to have a name! The idea is that they are informal spaces that can be used to share ideas and communicate in small groups. Read more here >>
Lecture Theatre AV
A lecture theatre is a large space that often requires very specific types of audio visual equipment. Especially as often the goal is to enable a large number of people to engage with a presenter or a lecturer, it’s definitely important to ensure the planning and implementation of the system is effective. Read more here >>
Meeting Room AV
Meeting rooms have evolved as technology has evolved and in order to deliver the best experience and the easiest to use systems, its essential the modern business keeps it’s meeting room technology up to date. Read more here >>
Hybrid Office AV
The modern workplace has changed, and with the advent of working from home (WFH) and more flexible working processes, the technology needs to work alongside and fully integrate with these new hybrid working practices. Read more here >>