Designed for Optimum Performance.

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4K UHD TV with Movie Quality Surround Sound.
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TV at the Bar
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Heat Blocking Smart Shades.
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Smart Dimmable Lighting
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Keypad / Universal Remote.

Indoor Entertainment.

Extremely clear picture. Crystal clear sound. This sound is so clean, all details are heard. This sound so good it’s like you’re on the set. But that’s not all this room can do. A press of a button or a verbal command from the user sets the scene. The lights dim, the shades draw to a close, the AC unit changes to a comfy temperature. And just like that, it’s movie time.

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HIFI 2-Channel Speakers.
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Audio Processor.
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Tube Amplifier.
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Hardline for Network.
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Wireless Access Point.

Dual Purpose Office.

This office has it all. It’s a critical listening room, doubling as a home office. The room has two speakers for the audiophile with the supporting back end to power the speakers and input the sources. The office side of the room has the fastest network backbone available. It’s complete with a wifi access point for any wireless device.

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Automatic Lights
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Cameras
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Video Doorbell
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Smart Irrigation System

Outdoor Automation.

Say Hello to the Smart Home and these integrated systems. Built in 2007 with virtually no communication wiring, our team worked hard on this home to create a technology experience for the traveling home owners. The lights were most important so we started with the outdoor and permitter lights to make it look like someone was always home. Next, we added a security camera system so the homeowner could keep an eye on the property when traveling. We coupled this system with a video doorbell so the customer would never miss a package or a visitor. Lastly, we integrated the irrigation (drip and sprinklers) systems and automated the home using a Savant as control. The home turned out as planned and most importantly, easy to use.

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Porch Lights on at Sunset, off at 11pm.
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Hidden landscape speakers.
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Landscape Lighting on at Sunset

Pool Party!

The mood starts with lights and smooth tunes. When the sun goes down, it’s time to play. Here, porch lights come on automatically and landscape lighting sets the tone for the evening.

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Dislpays current status of the home

Mission Control

What value is a system if it’s too complicated to control? An integrated home should be easy to use. All services are in one place for ease of use. This is where the smart home shines.

The Old adage: If there are 3 or more remotes on the coffee table, a universal remote is needed.

The New Adage: If there are 3 or more apps on the phone, a smart system is needed.

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Video Wall displaying Digital Signage
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Building Automated Lighting
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Carribean background music

Lobby

This smart lobby has a lot going on. Our picture couldn’t capture it all. We have video wall but not a boring 2×2 but a Mosiac. The video wall plays a space theme this day and employees are productive with Bob Marley playing in the background. This company does not have a receptionist. They use an iPad upon entry. The customer uses the iPad to ring the person they are there to see. Around the corner is a wall pad to set lighting scenes, audio scenes, a smart thermostat and a security keypad to arm the alarm. The front door has Access Control so if you don’t have a badge with the right credentials, you’re not getting in! There are multiple HD cameras on the premises to ensure the property and its employees are safe.

 

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Present Wirelessly
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Room Scheduling
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Microphone and Speakers

Huddle

Wirelessly present on a video desplay or projector and screen. Computer audio and mircophone routes thru speakers in the ceiling.

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Watch Cable TV or Netfilx
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Displays Heart Rate
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8 speakers and 2 subwoofers
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Displays RMP from the Bike

Training Room

Testing! Testing! We’re making sure this training is a success. We¬† have two projectors to display the content from the trainers laptop. He’s doing it wirelessly. We are also testing the audio in the microphone to make sure that everyone can hear it in back. There is a hidden gem here. All video and audio content is going to this company’s remote training team in Seattle, Boston and Chicago. It’s also being recorded for those who couldn’t make it or can utilize later.

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Watch Cable TV or Netfilx
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Displays Heart Rate
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8 speakers and 2 subwoofers
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Displays RMP from the Bike

Conference Room

Walking in to a conference room should be impressive. With our integrated systems, phone calls, video calls and presentations are efficient, effective and simple to use. Wirelessly display from a laptop on to the projector or large panel TV.

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In-Ceilng Speakers and Subwoofers
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78 Data and Coaxial connections to Cardio Machines
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Netflix, Cable TV, CCTV

At the Gym

Technology Forward Gym. These guys spare no expense in putting their gym member first and it doesn’t stop with the Audio Video. This project had us install 10 miles of wire; 100 televisions, 30 speakers and three independent group fitness rooms, complete with wireless microphones, powered speakers, heart rate monitors and accelerators in the Cycle room.

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Watch Cable TV or Netfilx
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Displays Heart Rate
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8 speakers and 2 subwoofers
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Displays RMP from the Bike

Group Fitness

The instructor kept saying “THIS IS SO COOL!” Before class, he plugs his phone in to the audio speakers, puts on a wireless head set, starts playing a heart-thumping song as he welcomes members. The TVs display heart rate as well as measures the RPMs from the Spin bikes. The information gets saved to the members phone. This class gets results.