Audio Visual Solution And Equipment For Vanderbilt University

Audio Visual Solution And Equipment For Vanderbilt University

In the 2022 U.S. News and World Report, Vanderbilt University ranked 14th in the nation’s universities. This private research university in Nashville, Tennessee has produced countless outstanding talents since its founding in 1873. For more than a century, Vanderbilt University has made continuous efforts to improve the school’s educational management level and upgrade teaching facilities.

As one of the top 15 excellent universities in the United States, Vanderbilt University currently has 12,824 students enrolled. The huge student body and faculty team put pressure on this university built in the 19th century. In particular, several independent educational departments, including the College of Arts and Sciences, the Peabody Institute of Education and Human Development, and the College of Engineering, are suffering from growing student populations and aging teaching facilities. They urgently hope to have a new school audio-visual solution to get rid of the shortcomings in the daily teaching process and improve students’ mastery of the teaching content.

Vanderbilt University finally selected Galaxyav as one of their school audio-visual solution service providers after several rounds of screening of audio-visual system integration project suppliers. During the project communication phase, Vanderbilt University made it clear that it needed an advanced audio-visual system that was compatible with the existing teaching environment and could perform standardized operations.

Galaxyav’s design team designed a complete set of audio-visual solutions after a field trip to Vanderbilt University and several consultations with the project leader. The entire audio-visual program includes project design, equipment purchase, line layout, installation and construction, after-sales support and other links, and has been well received by the project leader of Vanderbilt University.

Vanderbilt University’s audio-visual system integration project will officially start in March 2022. For this purpose, Galaxyav arranged a professional design and construction team of 9 people to promote the rapid and orderly progress of the entire audio-visual project. In the entire audio-visual integrated system project, Galaxyav used a large number of LED displays.

For example, the Dome LED screen of the Seminary, which is seamlessly spliced by many flexible LED displays with irregular shapes. After being installed on the semi-circular ceiling, the overall light and shadow effect is like the scene of Jesus descending from heaven in the Bible. But obviously this multifunctional Dome LED screen can also be used in fields such as celestial body operation and space research. Allowing students to experience the objective laws of celestial bodies in a more immersive way and master more knowledge of the macrocosm.

dome LED screen of Vanderbilt University audio visual solution

The Blair Conservatory of Music at Vanderbilt is the focus of this audio-visual system upgrade and renovation project. The original audio-visual equipment obviously cannot meet the daily teaching work of the college. They need better loudspeakers, noise reduction equipment, audio transmission systems and music recording systems to improve the overall teaching quality.

Galaxyav’s design team invited teachers and students from the Blair Conservatory of Music to discuss their actual needs when formulating a specific construction plan. While maintaining the maximum effect of the entire audio-visual system, it also effectively avoids interference between different sounds.

music Academy audio visual solution

As a world-renowned comprehensive university, Vanderbilt holds forums and conferences from time to time every year. Obviously, they need a large conference hall with advanced functions and stable performance. Considering that some participants may not be able to be there for some reasons during the meeting, Galaxyav has added a real-time remote meeting function on the basis of the modern ultra-large conference audio-visual solution.

This real-time teleconferencing function not only enables participants who are not present at the scene to see the live video, but also enables real-time sharing of audio and video materials of the meeting. Even in some special projects that require virtual reality technology to assist in explanation, participants who are not present at the meeting can also obtain the same virtual reality demonstration effect of the project.

big Conferences audio visual solution

The overall cost of Vanderbilt University’s overall audio-visual system integration project is not as high as outside estimates. In fact, Galaxyav’s design and construction team saved a lot of costs in many links. For example, in the procurement of hardware equipment for audio-visual systems, Galaxyav itself is a professional LED screen manufacturer that can provide cost-effective LED screens. In particular, the price of some customized Flexible LED displays is much lower than similar products in the market.

The entire audio-visual system integration project of Vanderbilt University will be completed in mid-August 2022. Most of the new audio-visual equipment has been well received during the process of being put into use. But there are also some small flaws in the details that have not been able to satisfy the picky users. Galaxyav ruled out the professional after-sales maintenance team to deal with these small flaws perfectly, and the school is also satisfied with Galaxyav’s after-sales service.

With the aggravation of teaching tasks and continuous expansion of research fields, more and more educational institutions like Vanderbilt University are preparing to upgrade and replace audio-visual systems and equipment. Galaxyav has successfully deployed audio-visual system integration projects in many well-known universities around the world, and is fully capable of providing solutions for various types of audio-visual systems and customization needs.

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