Case Study #2 – Arizona State University

Today’s educators are challenged like never before to make students learn more in less time. To aid in the retention and understanding of increasingly complex topics, a multitude of media are being utilized.

In recent years, higher education has seen the promise that interactive learning and technology can bring to the classroom. CCS Presentations Systems is at the vanguard of this apex between large scale presentation systems and interactive learning.Arizona State University

A recent example is the Lattie F. Coor Building, located on the main campus of Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe, which opened its doors a few years ago. This 275,000 square-foot academic center, which cost approximately $59 million to build during a two-year span, relies on AMX NI Series controllers as the proverbial lifeline to automate and monitor a variety of audio/video equipment. CSS Presentation Systems partnered with another Phoenix based company to work with ASU’s IT technical support team to complete a $2.4 million integrated control system that includes 24 mediated classrooms and a 299-seat auditorium.

When it was all completed, it ushered faculty, students and IT technical support staff into the future of enhanced teaching methods, technology-aided learning, proactive maintenance and rapid response times. CCS Presentation Systems has the capability to provide sound consulting and service to businesses across the country. Our specialization, depth and knowledge of audio visual systems allows complete fulfillment of a wide range of audio video needs. Learn more at CCS Arizona.

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Every job is custom, but most corporate clients are interested in a variety of presentation systems including projectors, projection screens, large-format flat panel displays and high definition video conferencing. Additionally, CCS has the ability to integrate a room control system to provide total control over your audiovisual components.
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