According to a statement by TEKVOX, the TEKVOX equipment included:
• TekMonitor, an Ethernet-based A/V control system
• TekManager and TekEnterprise, management software that provides reports and the status of the AV systems on campus
• TEKVOX 4K HDBaseT transmitter and receiver pairs
• TEK 4KDS-1 1080P scaler for signal replication of images needed
The equipment is used across three zones in the Innovation Center, including the Teaching Area, which has two 60-inch 4K monitors; the Design Studio, a student lab with ten mobile workstations, removable whiteboards, flat-screen displays, power outlets, data ports, storage, custom worktable and a compartment to enclose the electronic equipment hardwired into the unit; and Innovation Lounge, a seating area that can hold up to 250 guests.
Each area can be controlled individually or together under one system.
“The Innovation Center is a leading-edge multi-purpose, collaborative area,” said Robert Miller, classroom design and project manager at Trinity University, in a previous statement. “We executed the design of the area and selected TEKVOX for a central role in our innovation. We use TEKVOX products in other facilities on campus and were proud to serve as Alpha site for the first TEK 3s ever delivered.”
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