San Diego, CaliforniaCorporate Government
AV Installation for Government and Corporate in San Diego
The Office of Biometric Identity Management (OBIM) supports the Department of Homeland Security’s responsibility to protect the nation by providing biometric identification services that help government decision-makers accurately identify people and determine whether or not those people pose a risk to the United States. OBIM supplies the technology for collecting and storing biometric data, provides analysis, updates its watchlist, and ensures the integrity of the data.
OBIM desired a comprehensive AV system for its conference room, training rooms, and huddle rooms at their San Diego facility. Our team designed and installed video conferencing and presentation systems, including interactive whiteboards and video streaming devices.
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Fluid Sound was tasked with designing and installing an AV system with three zones (conference room, training room, and overflow) within the OBIM facility. The system needed to include independent audio, video conferencing, and presentation systems with the ability to share the AV content with other zones as “overflow” when needed. For meeting room presentations, the client required video streaming capabilities to be accessible to other federal facilities, and interactive whiteboards.
The installation at OBIM included a Polycom Video Conferencing system, BSS Digital Audio Signal Processor, Marshall Electronics Video Streaming Encoders and Decoders, and E-beam Interactive Whiteboard overlays for the LCD monitors. All audio video control is accessible via secure, wireless touch screens using a Crestron DigitalMedia remote control system.
Fluid Sound designed and installed video conferencing and presentation systems, including interactive whiteboards and video streaming devices.