audiovisual integration solutions
CCS was tasked with the Audio-Visual System Design and Build Services for engineering firm HDR’s10 story Corporate Headquarters in Omaha, NE. Our design team performed an in-depth needs analysis focused on the user experience, architectural constraints and workflow constraints to develop a comprehensive collaboration strategy for over 100 meeting rooms and workspaces.
Earlier this month CCS hosted its biennial National Sales Summit, an exciting two-day event featuring the CCS exclusive Exhibit Hall, expert panels, and the biggest CCS party of the year: the CCS Topgolf BASH!
The expansive CCS Exhibit Hall showcased 60-booths of the country’s leading AV manufacturers including Epson; Legrand; NEC; Crestron; and many more.
CCS Central States Wins Commercial Integrator Award for Best Government Project.
One System by CCS Presentation Controls All the AV in Lenexa City Center CCS Presentation Systems melds community with government in this multi-faceted installation in hometown Lenexa City Center.
You might say the City of Lenexa, Kansas has 2020 vision — or, at least, “Vision 2020.”
MakerBot Labs has designed a prototype experimental extruder for the advanced user looking to push the limits of what’s possible with MakerBot 3D printers. Now, users can customize their 3D printing experience with modifiable hardware design and interchangeable nozzles.
The product offers creative flexibility with a range of materials, where users can push the boundaries of MakerBot 3D printing with unlocked access to custom print modes and interchangeable nozzles for full experimental freedom.
More and more businesses are incorporating AV systems into their buildings. It is one of the contributors to the growth of the global display market, which is forecast to be worth nearly $169 billion by 2022. As a result, AV design is no longer an after thought.
Projects where architects and project managers consider Integration in the early stages of interior and structural design result in better aesthetics, performance, and cost-savings.
Businesses today are moving away from large conference rooms and toward technology-based spaces where small groups can meet and share ideas.
With business today moving at 100 MB per second or faster, companies are shedding the stodgy, slow-changing ways of the past in favor of a nimble approach where ideas are developed quickly and creativity is the new currency.
Do your employees gather at random desks to brainstorm and solve work challenges? Do they resort to their personal mobile devices to get quick answers to problems? Is your conference room suited for all the technology that employees need for meetings and strategy sessions? Traditional work spaces are out — and the name of the new game is collaboration.
Today’s work environment is moving toward informal gatherings so employees can share ideas and insights, and that means a fresh approach for work spaces.
How many display screens and monitors can you count when you are in a hospitality environment? Audiovisual technology is now everywhere in the hospitality industry. With increase in technological advancements, there’s proliferation of audiovisual communications technologies, including lighting, projection systems, sound, display, and video apparent in every sector globally.
The day we have all been told was coming has arrived. The day when everything would be on computers, and all our electronics would communicate with each other is here…and it is here to stay. We call this the digital age, and one of the most awesome things about the digital age is the level of inclusion it has brought.