Audiovisual (AV) facilities are a part of everyday life. Whether presenting in a small meeting room or in a conference hall, speaking via video link to a colleague on the other side of the world, enjoying close ups of the action on a giant screen at a football match, pursuing a course of study via distance learning, or viewing an interactive video wall in an art gallery, we are reliant on high-quality, reliable and user-friendly audio visual technology. An AV control system is a special device that connects all the different AV equipment in a meeting space. You can then control everything in the room from one interface – typically a touch screen or a keypad - effectively removing the need for a stack of remote controls and a jungle of cables in the room.
Professional AV equipment performs better than consumer equipment in a setting where AV control is required. The product quality is also higher overall. The terms ‘AV equipment’ and ‘AV control systems’ might not necessarily be words that are in your daily vocabulary, but AV equipment is doubtlessly something that you see and use daily at your workplace. AV stands for audiovisual and refers to a wide range of audio and visual devices. Some examples could be smart boards, projectors, displays, webcams, sound systems and other devices typically found in meeting rooms or conference rooms.
An A/V control system is the heart and brain of a collection of communication hardware and software that allows the operator to control each piece in tandem or individually. It is a real multi-tasking tool that functions to streamline the various commands that control the individual technology. Think of it as a sophisticated and innovative device that facilitates collaboration between the different hardware mechanisms, thereby facilitating collaborative efforts among employees and management. They can be used to run a single conference room or the entire office. A/V is an abbreviation for audiovisual technology. A/V systems can be comprised of an assortment of hardware that includes conference telephones, video cameras, interactive whiteboards, digital signage, computers, smartphones, tablets, wireless connectivity, and more. Many firms are beginning to see the value in incorporating a single control module. These systems are a smart and necessary investment for a business that relies on conferences and presentations as a matter of routine.
The modern workplace - and the modern workforce - have moved into the digital age and AV equipment is, therefore, playing a more important role than ever before. Workers/employees use a variety of devices (including laptops, tablets and smartphones) to connect, companies are increasingly international and remote working is growing in popularity. The modern workplace takes advantage of video, audio, instant messaging and other collaborative software to communicate across geographical locations and time zones. As a result, AV equipment needs to work together seamlessly to enable communication, support users during their meetings and provide a positive experience.
The main benefit of an AV control system installation is simplifying your whole setup so that everything is controlled from one central location. An AV control system can either run automatically or be controlled manually through a simple control interface. A manual control interface can be in the form of a keypad or a touch panel. One of the factors that determine the choice between a keypad or touch panel interface is the complexity of the meeting room setup; including the number of devices one wishes to control and the number of functions one wishes to perform. A good control interface should be easy for users to understand and use. Ideally, the interface's design should be inspired by other types of interfaces; ones that everyone is familiar with, such as smartphone interfaces. The control interface would, therefore, be recognized instantly, and users could start using it without requiring an explanation. Another benefit is reducing the amount of support time from the IT responsible/IT department, as the control system solves the most common issues and the interface is so clear and simple to use.
At Technorb Systems, we provide a range of public address systems to secure people and property. Public address system is an electronic system comprising microphones, amplifiers, loudspeakers, and related equipment. It increases the apparent volume of a human voice, musical instrument, or other acoustic sound source or recorded sound or music. Public address system systems are used in any public venue that requires that an announcer, performer, etc. be sufficiently audible at a distance or over a large area.
Our team of public address system engineers and installers has extensive experience in installing large scale public address system projects.
We offer cutting-edge hospitality IPTV systems / solutions to meet the needs of the different sizes and industries in the commercial market, government solutions, and hospitality market, such as hotels, hospitals, ships, residential areas and many others.
Our IPTV technology brings a wide range of communication, information and entertainment interactive TV services. The Hospitality IPTV solution / system is composed of the IPTV Gateway software, IPTV software, IPTV Middleware software and various hardware components.
SMATV (Satellite Master Antenna TV) is based on the principle of distribution of terrestrial, satellite, analogue and/or digital signals that are received and distributed to multiple television endpoints.
As residential and office building grow in size, an increasing number of subscribers require to have different channel requests. SMATV systems save the need of individual antennas to be installed for each tenant.
At Technorb Systems, we provide SMATV solutions that provide customers with high quality television signals, backed by outstanding customer service. We have installed SMATV projects for various large buildings, covering thousands of television.
Central Clock Systems are centrally controlled clock system, which take one or more precise timing reference signals as inputs, and convert those timing references to multiple devices, so that all connected clocks are as accurate as the Central clock.
Central clock systems are used in a wide variety of applications and industries including hospitality, hospitals, aerospace, defense, broadcast, radio, and telecom, network systems, financial services, emergency operations and call centers -- essentially anywhere where reliability of time is of paramount importance.
Network Central clocks distribute their timing references over local or wide area networks. Central Clock devices are available in a variety of different types, and styles, offering the user to select clocks that suit their interior designs, and business needs.
We can provide you with the the latest in digital signage technologies to create powerful, visually engaging customer experiences for businesses and retailers. Our digital signage solutions work seamlessly with cutting-edge technology such as touch screen devices, kiosks, and other on-screen solutions. Our team of experts will work with you in creating engaging digital display solutions.
We will help you create interactive and personalized experiences to stand out and get your message across to your audience. We provide video wall solutions, touch screen devices, display screens of various sizes, and kiosks. We also embed lift and learn technologies to provide a more engaging customer experience.
Wired and wireless home intercom systems have been a staple in home security and communication, from whole home intercom systems to increasingly popular wireless video intercoms. Technorb Systems LLC provides intercom systems and products for any sized home or installation, including popular brands. Whether you want to broadcast messages or audio throughout your home, or you need to answer a call from your video doorbell, Technorb Systems LLC carries the top wired and wireless smart home intercom products you need to turn that idea into reality.