"Atlona CLSO Series switcher technology played a key part in a recent AV installation at the Maersk Tower, a 15-story centre for world-class research into health and medical science at the Panum Institute complex of the University of Copenhagen."
Atlona technology played a key part in a recent AV installation at the Maersk Tower, a 15-story centre for world-class research into health and medical science at the Panum Institute complex of the University of Copenhagen.
A central feature of the tower is three large lecture auditoriums, located on the lower floors, which are complemented by 16 classrooms.
The AV system for the building was designed, specified and installed by systems integrator Stouenborg ApS.
“We don’t have any obligations in terms of distributing products; we just choose the right products for the job,” says project executive Anders Jørgensen. Stouenborg was involved in the Maersk Tower project from the start, and was tasked with showing the public-private partnership between A.P. Møller Foundation and the Danish state (which funded the complete AV integration) what they felt ‘tomorrow’s AV solution’ would be.
The integration team first solidified the backbone with 13 miles (22km) of CAT6 network cabling to accommodate all signal transport needs. In each of the 16 classrooms, the teaching facilities include two whiteboards, two Panasonic projectors, two Projecta projection screens and Genelec loudspeakers. With control by Neets input panels, in each room a custom-built, height adjustable Montana desk houses the control and distribution equipment, with Atlona AT-UHD-CLSO-824 matrix switchers handling all mixing and HDBaseT signal distribution.
“The lecturer controls the Montana desk, which has a Elmo document scanner, the Neets input panels control the AT-UHD-CLSO-824 which allows an HDMI, VGA or display port connected into the system,” Anders explains.
*Photo Credit: Anders Jorgensen of Stouenborg email@example.com
Installationen er udført af Stouenborg