When the officials of Robertson County, Tennessee, planned a new 911 Emergency Command Center, their ideas called for a dual-purpose system: information sharing and a communication base for emergency personnel. Kramer Electronics and Sierra Video responded to the call.
Nestled among the mountain peaks and tall buildings in Denver, CO, is a new training center that is home to one of Sierra Video’s most powerful switching technologies, the Viper 6464V5. A learning center for one of Colorado’s major energy companies, the facility boasts five training labs with state-of-the-art electronic presentation systems.
Audio and video entertainment in any room, any time, at the touch of a button – linked to a central system that also controls lighting, security cameras and wireless computer network systems. The controller: Kramer VS-66HDMI 6 x 6 Matrix Switcher.
When the owner of an eight-room Manhattan penthouse wanted an easy, intuitive system for his family’s home, CytexOne, a New York-based technology integrator, created a personalized, computer-automated system.
When technology officials at Tampa International Airport wanted to upgrade the Communications Center and Incident Command Center, they chose Kramer Electronics products. Described as “the Communication Center for the future,” the 2,100 square-foot facility is the heart of the airport.
At SAP Labs, developers, solution managers and designers are continually seeking ways to improve the usability of the company’s business software applications. Researchers from the SAP User Experi¬ence group test global business applica¬tions during various phases of the software development process by conducting hands-on studies with actual users in SAP’s usability labs in Palo Alto, CA.
Guests at the Main Event entertainment complexes throughout Texas are enjoying an unprecedented multi-media experience thanks to technology from Kramer Electronics and Sierra Video. Dozens of flat screens around the buildings display stunning high definition images, bringing sports programming, in formation and computerized scoring to new levels using a Sierra Video switcher and Kramer Electronics component video and digital audio over twisted pair transmitter/receivers.
The next generation of technology has arrived at the Aspen Elementary School, where teachers and students are using high−tech electronics for lessons in math, language arts, science, and social studies. It’s not unusual to see a student clicking, dragging, illustrating, or presenting material in front of the class using whiteboard technology powered by the Kramer SummitView system.