CCS Partners Work Together on Epson BrightLink Pro Audio-Visual Solution
In recent months, we highlighted new innovations here at the CCS Presentation Systems blog from our manufacturing partner Epson and its launch of the Brightlink Pro interactive projector.
Now, we see that two of our other partners – – Chief (mounts and racks) and Da-Lite (large screen technology) – have worked together to provide essential parts for Epson’s BrightLink Pro 1410Wi under the banner of The Chief Interactive System.
Epson is working with a custom Chief mount (see left) along with Da-Lite’s innovative Interactive Dry Erase Application Screen technology (IDEA). There is an interactive control pad and equipment housed on the screen’s right side and a marker tray. Partnering with top digital manufacturers to provide audio-visual solutions for CCS customers is what we’ve done for years. As a result, customers can see the best new audio-visual technologies available to corporate, educational and government markets.
We’re excited to see this combination of great technologies coming together in a useful digital AV system for boardrooms and more. Da-Lite’s IDEA technology powers the screen that acts in two incredible ways: as a writeable marker board surface and a low-emitting image projection screen.
What Chief and Da-Lite have done is upgrade the existing look to include options for today’s boardroom. The screen system is available in cherry/mahogany, teak or silver color schemes. Users can also work cables behind the screens as the four anchor points are one inch off the wall surface for easy installation.
Epson claims its BrightLink Pro is ‘the world’s most innovative meeting room productivity tool’, and with its partnership with Chief, boardrooms will find new ways to use these tools in a corporate setting.
CCS Presentation Systems is able to offer our customers the latest technologies in audio-visual solutions, including LCD & plasma displays, boardroom projectors and interactive whiteboards, room control systems, audio systems, high definition videoconferencing systems and more. Today, CCS is one of the largest A/V integrators in the U.S., with more than 350 employees, sales offices in 13 states and annual revenue in excess of $115 million.