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  • InfoComm Member:
    Insert your company logo on first and last slide of this presentation.
  • Depending on your perspective as a consultant or design-build firm, you can emphasize:
    Independent resource
    Understand the design process
    Bring experience and ideas to each project
    Owners technical representative
    Can verify the system installed per the design documents
    Sensitive to aesthetics
  • From AudioVisual Best Practices:
    Independent design consultant –
    Often hired by the architects or directly by system owners, the independent design consultant determines the best options for the design of a system and produces specifications for the job that can be competitively bid by systems integrators.
    Design consultants handle video, audio, data and PC-video, as well as acoustics, lighting, electrical power and other infrastructure.
    Design consultants are not affiliated with any particular brand or manufacturer so they offer independent advice on system components.
    NOTE:
    Solid lines indicate contractual relationships
    Horizontal dotted lines indicate coordination commonly required by contract
    Curved dotted line indicates additional coordination commonly practiced
  • From AudioVisual Best Practices:
    Systems integrators are skilled professionals who traditionally install AV technologies as integrated systems ensuring compatibility with existing IT systems and providing staff training to use the system.
    Increasingly, the role of the AV integrator has broadened to include a wider range of services, due to the complexity of the systems. Some integrators now offer consulting and design services. These integrators are referred to as “design-build” firms.
    NOTE:
    AV integrators offering design-build services may be contracted to the GC or directly to the Owner.
  • Use project photos as appropriate …. as examples
  • Use project photos as appropriate …. as examples
  • Discussion Points:
    Appropriate screen size relative to audience area, ceiling height, lighting and media presented
    Controlling ambient light and zoning lights in presentation rooms
    How audio design follows physics rules – importance of hearing the presenter
    Cool technology v. functional technology that meets building and audience needs
    Effects of new technology (HD, wide screen formats) on architecture and building systems
  • Emphasize client solutions:
    communicate effectively with remote offices
    ease of use, “push of a button”
    Discuss aesthetics and technical considerations:
    How to integrate loudspeakers, cameras, video displays with architecture v. add-on
    Working with lighting consultant to incorporate lighting system into control system for AV, IT and Help Desk
  • As appropriate use photos to illustrate solutions
  • Depending on your role – use “Define” or “Source” in the subhead
    Embellish as appropriate i.e. acoustical materials to address acoustics and noise control issues.
    Discuss as appropriate:
    Room geometry and sizing, adjacencies
    Cable pathways, building infrastructure
    Fix LAN Closets
  • Opportunity here to discuss:
    HIPPA
    Classroom acoustics
    LEED – acoustical challenges
  • Appropriate to reference the 2006 AV Design Reference Manual published by InfoComm and BICSI.
    19-chapter reference manual for anyone involved in a building’s infrastructure.
    Standards, documents, best practices and glossaries covering signals, transmission, infrastructure, networking, electrical principles, grounding, HVAC, structural considerations, acoustics, lighting, interior design, audio, video, control, systems, venues and processes.
  • From AudioVisual Best Practices:
    NOTE: Presenter – next 8 slides show schedules for large project (4 slides) and small project (4 slides). Choose one set of slides that applicable to you.
    Next 4 slides show Large Project schedule for a new building that includes significant AV and IT integration – often a 2 – 4+ year project
    There are two basic tracks of design that occur before construction:
    Base Building Track – represented in the arrow across the chart
    AV Electronics Track –
  • Base Building Track involves:
    Acoustics, lighting, conduit, data, power and space requirements
    Infrastructure for the systems are designed along with the rest of the building
    2. AV Electronics track includes:
    AV equipment (audio, video, AV control and AV wiring)
    AV electronics are designed later in construction process
  • AV system design and installation at construction phase – employing current AV technologies.
    Due to the length of the design and construction process, the bulk of the electronics design is often completed after the base building is contracted and construction is underway.
  • AV system design and installation at construction phase – employing current AV technologies.
    Note that integrators provide training for AV end users in the final project phase.
  • This next series of slides is for a smaller and/or short-term project that can range from 6 months to 2 years.
  • Schedule elements are basically the same as a large project design
  • Two tracks – base building track and AV electronics track
  • With short term projects, the infrastructure and electronics designs will often overlap so that both are in full swing at the same time for both the design and installation phases.
    The AV design and installation schedules may more closely follow the base building schedule.
  • Depending on your perspective as a consultant or design-build firm, you can emphasize:
    Independent resource
    Understand the design process
    Bring experience and ideas to each project
    Owners technical representative
    Can verify the system installed per the design documents
    Sensitive to aesthetics
  • InfoComm Member:
    Add your logo on this slide
    Announce the conclusion of the presentation and field questions. You may include several slides following this concluding slide, referencing sources such as InfoComm International. The following slides are optional.
  • InfoComm
    Publishes industry news daily on its website www.infocomm.org
    Publishes books to help the building industry: Basics of AV, AV Best Practices, AV Design Reference Manual (with BICSI), Installation Handbook, Essentials
    Produces a database of more than 100,000 products and services to find the information and solutions you need. Product solutions are organized by application.
  • InfoComm's education and certification programs are available OnLine, OnSite (classroom courses), OnDemand (streamed to your desktop) and as licensed courses at your facility.
    The quality of the curriculum, courses and instructors are the best available, anywhere.
    InfoComm has offered its certification program for 20+ years and every year certifies more qualified AV professionals than anyone else. General, Specialized (Design and Installation) and Company certifications are offered. As of July 2007, there are 7,000+ CTS professionals.
  • InfoComm is among the fifty fastest growing tradeshows in the US according to Tradeshow Week magazine. It is the only audiovisual technology show to achieve this distinction.
    In 2007, InfoComm had 855 exhibitors in over 465,000 net square feet.
    In 2008, InfoComm will take place in Las Vegas.
  • Info comm arch_tony_sprando

    1. 1. InfoComm Arch v 6.0 Audiovisual Design Professionals Partnering with Architects for More Successful Projects Tony Sprando Audio Visual Presentations, inc. tony@av-pres.com 541-388-1732
    2. 2. This Program AIA/CES Registered InfoComm is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned upon completion of this program will be reported to CES Records for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members are available on request. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation.
    3. 3. Copyright Materials This presentation is protected by US and International Copyright laws. Reproduction, distribution, display and use of the presentation without written permission of the speaker is prohibited. © InfoComm International 2006
    4. 4. Learning Objectives  To be aware of best practices in the design and integration of audiovisual technology into building spaces  To understand the role of AV Design Professionals in the building process  To learn about the latest AV technologies and applications
    5. 5. The Audiovisual/Communications Industry… A lot has changed!
    6. 6. Proliferation of AV Needs Are All Around Us! A R Special Entertainment C Business WORSHIP & Hospitality H Events I T E Changing the C way the T Healthcare Sports G oUv e r n Museums t men world does R audiovisual E E D U C A T I O Transportation N
    7. 7. …And the Needs are Growing Dramatically AV/Communication’s Five Big Growth Drivers Conferencing/ Collaboration AV & IT Integration Digital Signage & Content High Definition 16x9 Format Impact Source: InfoComm International
    8. 8. Audiovisual Design Professionals Make Us a Part of Your Planning Team You have access to all the latest AV best practice applications Professional AV insight provides your team a competitive advantage You can avoid costly design mistakes or planning omissions You have a professional AV partner focused on your complete success
    9. 9. The AV Consultant’s Role Owner General Contractor Architect Other Design Consultants AV Consultant AV Integrator (Design) (Supply,Install) SubContractors
    10. 10. The AV Integrator’s Role Owner General Contractor Architect Design Design Consultant Build AV Integrator (Design, Supply, Install) SubContractors
    11. 11. Broad AV Application for Architectural Design  Boardrooms, conference & videoconference rooms, auditoriums  Retail environments  Schools, universities, training centers  Production, broadcast studios  Entertainment venues  Stadiums and arenas  Hotels and conference centers  Houses of worship  Courthouses, legislative facilities
    12. 12. AV Application for Architectural Design  PRESENTER: Create one or more slides with project photos to illustrate vertical markets that you specialize in – business, education, government, healthcare, museums, sports arenas, etc.
    13. 13. Broad Application for Architectural Design We Help You Ask All the Right Questions Users? Purposes? Multiple finish/capability levels in different rooms? Flexibility or fixed furniture? Portable equipment or built-in? Room size/divisibility? Cable pathways?
    14. 14. Broad Value for Architectural Design Keen Insight Into Leading Edge Technologies Phenomenal Display Choices Electronic Acoustic Enhancement Full-room Videoconferencing HDTV - High Definition TV AV Help Desk Multipoint Distance Learning Wireless Connections Collaborative Tools Digital Audio Processing
    15. 15. Broad Value for Architectural Design Keen Insight Into Leading Edge Technologies Audio teleconferencing systems Video projection – LCDs, DLPs Presentation monitors – CRTs, LCD’s, PLASMA, LEDs, OLEDs, OLEPs Document cameras Computer video interfaces Remote control systems
    16. 16. Broad Value for Architectural Design Keen Insight Into Leading Edge Technologies Surround sound DSS – satellite television Distributed videoconferencing Streaming media Computer training systems Simultaneous translation systems
    17. 17. Broad Value for Architectural Design Technology-enabled Furniture and Millwork  Lecterns/presentation stations  Student seating  Credenzas  Audiovisual armoires  Media walls  Projector and monitor lift mechanisms  “Smart” conference tables and more
    18. 18. Broad Value for Architectural Design Technology-enabled Furniture and Millwork  PRESENTER: Use project photos to illustrate technology-enabled furniture and millwork as appropriate
    19. 19. AV Designers Helping You Define Essential Technologies  Projection screens  Floor and wallboxes  Raised floors  Equipment racks / closets  Lighting interfaces  Blackout shades  Conduits and wire ways  Data centers/telephone & LAN closets  Acoustical materials
    20. 20. Stay in Compliance with Requirements/Needs Disabled Presenters & Attendees  Auditory assistance systems  Closed captioning  Specialized computer peripherals  Handicapped access lecterns/ workstations  Control Booths
    21. 21. Key Coordination Issues for Successful Architectural Projects Architectural Mechanical/HVAC Ventilation, Noise issues Handicap, Millwork, Fit & Finish Electrical Power, Infrastructure, Lighting Structural Equipment Mounting, Seismic
    22. 22. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Large Project Design and Construction Process: 2 to 4 Years 2-4 months PROGRAM AV DATA/ TELECOM 6-12 months DESIGN 12-24 months 1-3 months CONSTRUCTION OCCUPY AV Program Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING BUILDING DESIGN BASE BUILDING BID AV BID MOVE-IN
    23. 23. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Large Project Design and Construction Process: 2 to 4 Years 2-4 months 6-12 months PROGRAM AV DATA/ TELECOM AV Program OCCUPY AV Infrastructure Design Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING 1-3 months CONSTRUCTION DESIGN 12-24 months BUILDING DESIGN Data/Telecom Infrastructure Design BASE BUILDING BID AV BID MOVE-IN
    24. 24. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Large Project Design and Construction Process: 2 to 4 Years 2-4 months 6-12 months PROGRAM AV AV Program 1-3 months CONSTRUCTION DESIGN 12-24 months OCCUPY Monitoring AV Infrastructure & Installation AV Infrastructure Design AV System Design AV System Install Monitor AV Sys. Install DATA/ TELECOM Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING BUILDING DESIGN Data/Telecom Infrastructure Design Monitoring Data/Telecom Infrastructure & Install BASE BUILDING BID Network & Phone System Design AV BID MOVE-IN
    25. 25. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Large Project Design and Construction Process: 2 to 4 Years 2-4 months 6-12 months PROGRAM AV AV Program 1-3 months CONSTRUCTION DESIGN 12-24 months OCCUPY Monitoring AV Infrastructure & Installation AV Infrastructure Design AV System Design AV System Install Monitor AV Sys. Install Training DATA/ TELECOM Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING BUILDING DESIGN Data/Telecom Infrastructure Design Monitoring Data/Telecom Infrastructure & Install BASE BUILDING BID Network & Phone System Design AV BID Install. & Configuration MOVE-IN
    26. 26. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Small Project Design and Construction Process: 6 months to 2 Years 1-2 months PROGRAM 3-6 months DESIGN 3-12 months 0-2 months CONSTRUCTION OCCUPY AV Program AV DATA/ TELECOM Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING BUILDING DESIGN BASE BUILDING BID AV BID MOVE-IN
    27. 27. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Small Project Design and Construction Process: 6 months to 2 Years 1-2 months 3-6 months PROGRAM AV Program AV DATA/ TELECOM Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING 0-2 months CONSTRUCTION DESIGN 3-12 months OCCUPY AV Infrastructure Design Data/Telecom Infrastructure Design BUILDING DESIGN BASE BUILDING BID AV BID MOVE-IN
    28. 28. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Small Project Design and Construction Process: 6 months to 2 Years 1-2 months 3-6 months PROGRAM AV Program AV 0-2 months CONSTRUCTION DESIGN 3-12 months OCCUPY Monitoring AV Infrastructure & Installation AV Infrastructure Design AV System Install Monitor AV Sys. Install Training DATA/ TELECOM Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING Data/Telecom Infrastructure Design BUILDING DESIGN Monitoring Data/Telecom Infrastructure & Install BASE BUILDING BID Network & Phone System Design AV BID MOVE-IN
    29. 29. The AV Professionals Role in Planning Small Project Design and Construction Process: 6 months to 2 Years 1-2 months 3-6 months PROGRAM AV Program AV 0-2 months CONSTRUCTION DESIGN 3-12 months OCCUPY Monitoring AV Infrastructure & Installation AV Infrastructure Design AV System Install Monitor AV Sys. Install Training DATA/ TELECOM Data/ Telecom Program PROGRAMMING Data/Telecom Infrastructure Design BUILDING DESIGN Monitoring Data/Telecom Infrastructure & Install BASE BUILDING BID Network & Phone System Design AV BID Install& Configure MOVE-IN
    30. 30. Audiovisual Designers Make Us a Part of Your Planning Team You have access to all the latest AV best practice applications Professional AV insight provides your team a competitive advantage You can avoid costly design mistakes or planning omissions You have a professional AV partner focused on your complete success
    31. 31. Three Things You Need to Know About Your AV Partner… 1 They are the best trained AV professionals in the world today 2 They are industry savvy and understand today’s issues and tomorrow’s trends 3 They bring a passion for service and a commitment to excellence
    32. 32. Audiovisual Design Professionals Partnering with Architects for More Successful Projects Q&A Thank you! Presenter Logo
    33. 33. Plus, your AV Design Professional is backed by the communication industry’s largest trade association providing world class education, certification and information
    34. 34. Keeping AV Leaders Around the World Informed News & Information Providing an independent news authority for the AV industry
    35. 35. Keeping AV Leaders Around the World Trained Education & Certification Providing industry leading web-based and onsite continuing education and specialized certification
    36. 36. Keeping AV Leaders Around the World Connected World’s Largest AV Tradeshow International tradeshow presence keeps AV & Communication professionals connected with the latest in innovation

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