Providing effective audio visual solutions within our ‘blue light’ emergency services enables these agencies to work in the most effective manner, recognising that every second counts, and information printed on paper can take time to find and circulate. All of these emergency services work hard to ensure that the public who depend on them in moments of crisis are able to understand how they operate without getting in the way of the high speed responses..
At Ashdown AV we have many years experience of working with blue light clients in the South East of England and we have shown ourselves to be reliable partners for our clients.
The challenge of providing coherent sound and visual information in meeting rooms, particularly those with moveable furniture and partitions that allow the space to be used in a creative way cannot be underestimated. We can assist you by creating systems that can operate in an autonomous way or be linked together. Modern wireless technology is a great asset, but it has its limitations, we can ensure that you have what you need where you need it and that even when wireless systems fail, that there is a backup plan.
Audible communication across the whole of your site, in specific buildings or even areas within a building may be necessary as part of evacuation arrangements as well as a very useful way of ensuring that all employees are kept informed on matters of critical importance. The verbal messages can also be reinforced and enhanced through visual screens installed across the site.
These systems can be used both internally for employees and volunteers as well as for external messages for the public and other stakeholders.
We have many years experience of a wide range of interactive learning technologies as well as the use of sound and images used in a manner that does not include built in interactive facilities. As well as enabling those learning to see and hear what the educator has to say, we can also provide the technology needed to relay sound and video systems from other institutions via teleconferencing technology.