Commercial AV systems: Different use case scenarios
As mentioned previously, commercial AV systems can look completely different depending on the type of company, where the system is installed and what equipment is used. Here are some examples of different types of AV systems. You can also visit our solution guide for a detailed breakdown of the typical equipment found in AV systems for small, medium or large meeting rooms.
Office meeting rooms
A fully equipped meeting room sets the stage for productive meetings, presentations, training sessions or video conferences. However, when being confronted with so many brands and types of equipment, it’s no wonder its such a big challenge to choose the right AV equipment for office meeting rooms! We advise you to consult a professional AV System Integrator that can offer you proper guidance and design an AV system that fits your specific needs. A complete AV system with integrated control in a meeting room can offer several benefits:
Simplifies the way users interact with AV equipment
Instead of having remote controls and a set of cables for each piece of equipment in the room, an AV control system connects all the devices and provides the user with one streamlined control interface to perform the required actions. This control interface could be a keypad or a touch panel, depending on the size of the room, the complexity of the AV system and the allocated budget. A keypad control system typically has 4 to 8 buttons, each of which is configured to perform a specific action in the AV system, such as adjusting the speaker volume up and down, activating an input signal (to a projector, display or wireless sharing device) and turning off the entire AV system at the end of a meeting. A touch interface such as one of the Neets Touch Panels, due to its nature, can be configured to control more devices and perform more complex actions.