Customer :
Massey University
Category :
Date :
January 2022
Status :
Live demo :
Tags :
Education, Training Rooms, Lecture Rooms, Labs, Crestron, Onelan

Massey University

About them:

Massey University is a top-tier, innovative research and teaching university supporting cutting-edge research programs and well recognised degree programme university with campuses in Albany, Palmerston North & Wellington. Through its five Colleges of Business, Creative Arts, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Sciences, Massey teaches approximately 31,000 students, including 4,000 international students, on its three campuses and by distance learning.

What We Did:

We regularly assist with refreshing the Audio Visual equipment in Massey’s seminar rooms, teaching spaces & Interactive Learning Labs – as a whole we upgrade their spaces to include the latest technology such as Panasonic Projectors, Grandview motorised screens, Samsung LCDs, Sennheiser Microphones and Crestron audio & control equipment. We have overseen recently the Video Conference upgrade to Crestron Flex in a number of their spaces, where Massey use Zoom for meetings and online teaching.

Project Objectives:

We have recently collaborated with Massey in bringing them over to an NVX audio streaming solution, allowing the combination of up to 5 joining agriculture and horticulture laboratories to be used either independently or as larger joined spaces.

Final Results:

Designing the audio topology, we worked with Massey in developing a solution to interface with their new control layout. We configured the audio equipment and reinforced the sound, allowing the lecturer to be heard within the labourites or on the far end of Zoom calls.

The spaces are further enhanced with portable document camera lecterns that can be moved or streamed to any space, AirMedias for easy Wireless Presentation and Crestron Occupancy Sensors. Occupancy Sensors detect presence in each labs, and integrating with Massey’s control the projector and screens to power on/off as required.

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