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Monarch LCS is designed to allow administrators to easily define profiles for live streamed and recorded lectures by mixing camera and presentation material from SDI and HDMI sources.
A natural evolution of class capture, streaming allows integrators to interface with the class scheduling system and send the lecture capture file to a number of places, truly duplicating the expensive distance learning systems of the 90s.
The University of Dallas is using Matrox Monarch HD to give a better sports game experience to families, fans and coaches.
Harvard DCE invested in Epiphan Video’s Pearl solution to give distance-learning students a better video and streaming experience.
When the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority decided to have its council chamber audiovisual system overhauled, there were a number of considerations to take into account. Content sharing through displays, voice amplification through microphones and speakers, and recording of meetings were all pertinent to the missions of the Airport Authority. ITAV Solutions helped the company meet its goal.
In order to create better content and work with easy-to-use newscast technology, Ryerson University invested in the Matrox Monarch HD solution.
As an end user we don’t always understand the intricacies behind the systems that we are procuring. And we don’t need to, the reason the integration market exists is for us to be able to install these complex systems without years of training. But it can help to know the basics. We asked George Tucker, CTS, to explain video distribution systems to those that might be purchasing or using them.
In order to educate students about the journalism world, Ball State University invested in broadcasting equipment by Grass Valley for its Unified Media Lab.
Future Electronics’ Quebec office often invited customers and clients to their offices for presentations about different business practices. When the existing AV equipment no longer met the needs of the company, they hired PFT Solutions to revamp the company’s tech. Included were video distribution capabilities to simulcast presentations across two overflow room and a Main Dining Hall 300-feet away.