November 1, 2013
The quality of digital images and sound systems available is spurring the UF community to leave analog behind. To assist in this transition, UFIT’s Office of Academic Technology employs a team of audio/video design and installation specialists that can upgrade the technology in both classrooms and non-teaching spaces at UF.
The digital media certified Audio/Visual Design and Installation group can provide the complete design, integration, and programming needed for campus audio and visual projects–from single classrooms to entire buildings. Every renovated, remodeled, or newly-built lecture hall, conference room, and teaching lab on campus includes audio and visual design and integration. The Audio/Visual Design and Installation group is composed of designers, programmers, and integrators familiar with university facilities and procedures. An extra benefit: having a UF-based group perform the A/V work allows for overall cost savings, and the on-campus team means a quicker response time for after-installation service needs.
Examples of work include updating conference rooms to include multi-point video conferencing and upgrading lecture halls with triple-projector setups. Email the A/V Installation team or visit their website for more information on available services and to schedule a consultation.