“It’s something very unique, something visitors have never seen before, so it’s really quite the attention getter. The minute people open the door, it shows what a creative, forward-looking company ICE is.”
The city of Long Beach was in dire need of a new courthouse that would use best-of-class technology, forward-thinking design concepts, and eye-catching materials to create a modernized environment that both served the needs of the justice system and the citizens of California. Here’s a look behind the scenes.
Sound & Video Contractor takes a close look at the first courthouse in California to bring digital audiovisual capabilities online. ExhibitOne handled the multi-million dollar integration at the new 500,000-square-foot facility.
ExhibitOne strategic product partner, Kramer, provides key audiovisual components for many of ExhibitOne’s AV system integration implementations. The Waukesha County Circuit Courts in Wisconsin are just one example.
The Bureau of Land Management wanted its conference rooms to be future-proofed for at least five to 10 years. They turned to ExhibitOne to achieve that. And in turn, ExhibitOne turned to Crestron for audiovideo technology that would do just that.
There probably isn’t any tougher assignment for audio/visual equipment than in centers of education and training. Classes, meetings and events every day – throughout the day (and evenings). The A/V equipment is in continual use. ExhibitOne implemented a solution for the newly built National Indian Programs Training Center addressing all of the users’ needs…all of the facility’s demands.
Carle Foundation Hospital has successfully operated a telemedicine program since 1993, offering patient consults and video conferencing at 15 sites throughout east central Illinois. But it was the quality and telephonelike operation of the Marconi ViPr™ Virtual Presence System and the expertise of ExhibitOne that inspired Carle administrators to make a change.
This white paper reviews the scope of use of courtroom technology and includes anecdotes from users and builders of technology-enabled courtrooms. Primarily, discussion of technology is limited to integrated courtroom control systems, audio/visual evidence presentation equipment and software, as well as telecommunications and videoconferencing networks.