DIAVHT –  Things to consider

The installation of Audio and Visual equipment can be quite a daunting task, especially large event equipment. It can be a very complex job and must be done to perfection. If something is wrong then your whole event, show, concert could fall apart and be a disaster. There are many different companies out there offering these services but be careful, some of these companies do a ‘hang & bang’ job… although they are likely to be cheaper there is also the chance they will ruin your exhibition (or whatever you require the equipment for) and potentially harm your companies reputation.click here

There are many aspects to AV Installations and different products to set up, most good AV companies will offer the following installations:

Digital Signage Screens.

Interactive Boards.

Projectors.

Plasma and LCD Displays.

Extron and Pixie Control Systems.

Interlocking Display Screens.

Multi Room Video and Audio Distribution.

There is a standard that these companies should conform to and that is the InfoComm CTS (InfoComm Certified Technology Specialists). This standard is recognised worldwide and is a good factor to look out for when choosing the company to help you.

Because technology is always improving, changing it is important to make sure their engineers are always trained up to the newest technology and the company changes with the times, it in no use having engineers that were trained to install equipment 10 years ago and rely on that knowledge to date. Any respected installation company will be keep their employees and tools up to date.