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2010 Best Government AV Project (State & Local)

When building a situation room for New York's City Hall, AVI-SPL and its team had to work within the confines of a 200-year-old historic building. Control systems were key to success.

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New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

N.Y. City Hall Situation Room

2010 Best State & Local Government AV Project

N.Y. City Hall Situation Room

2010 Best State & Local Government AV Project

  • 2010 PRO AV Spotlight Awards: Best Government AV Project (State & Local)

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

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    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

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    Spencer T. Tucker

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.
  • 2010 PRO AV Spotlight Awards: Best Government AV Project (State & Local)

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    http://www.proavmagazine.com/Images/tmp711B%2Etmp_tcm46-556742.jpg

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    600

    Spencer T. Tucker

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.
  • 2010 PRO AV Spotlight Awards: Best Government AV Project (State & Local)

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    http://www.proavmagazine.com/Images/tmp711C%2Etmp_tcm46-556750.jpg

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    600

    Spencer T. Tucker

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.
  • 2010 PRO AV Spotlight Awards: Best Government AV Project (State & Local)

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    http://www.proavmagazine.com/Images/tmp711D%2Etmp_tcm46-556758.jpg

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    600

    Spencer T. Tucker

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.
  • 2010 PRO AV Spotlight Awards: Best Government AV Project (State & Local)

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    http://www.proavmagazine.com/Images/tmp711E%2Etmp_tcm46-556766.jpg

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

    600

    Spencer T. Tucker

    New York City Hall Situation Room, New York. AV integrator: AVI-SPL. AV consultant: Shen Milson Wilke. Control programmer: PepperDash.

AV Integrator • AVI-SPL

After 9/11, New York City built a state-of-the-art Office of Emergency Management. In spring 2009, it christened a similarly high-tech situation room to give the city’s mayor an integrated view of video sources from around the city, secure videoconferencing with federal authorities, and more.

Integrator AVI-SPL, consultant Shen Milsom Wilke, and programmer PepperDash Technology had to work within the confines of a 199-year-old historic city hall, meaning 15 10-foot-high equipment racks that contain everything from the Crestron RACK2 control systems, to a Tandberg VTC codec, to Contemporary Research tuners and an Extron CrossPoint 48x48 matrix router, had to be located in an adjacent room.

Crestron touch panels route video to a multiwindow, 10-foot-wide videowall composed of Barco fDR+70-DL video cubes—no small feat considering the variety of video routers feeding into the wall processor. And for added ease-of-use, Crestron UPX-2 Universal Presentation Processors and DTT DualTouch panels allow users to annotate what they’re seeing onscreen.

 

 


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