GE Digital is living up to their name. As they moved into sleek new offices in Coconut Grove, FL to expand their Industrial Internet of Things services to worldwide customers, Midtown Video was hired to seamlessly connect audio-video collaborative systems in 9 work spaces.
Begin your visit with smart digital signage as you enter the reception area. Then meet your contact in one of four conference rooms equipped with large screen displays; Cisco SX 80 video conferencing codec and cameras; and ceiling mounted mics and speakers. Two of the rooms have the Cisco TelePresence SpeakerTrack 60, an unparalleled dual-camera system that can track and zoom-in on a speaking participant in real time. This provides a life-like experience, the next best thing to being physically present. In any one of these meeting rooms you can connect with colleagues next door or across the globe and have a face to face discussion, virtually speaking.
Lunch time – have a bite to eat in the work-café or breakroom and share your meeting notes using the Barco ClickShare wireless system and wall mounted screens. It allows you to share your laptop or mobile device on a main presentation screen, no cables necessary. More meetings after lunch followed by cybernetic excitement in the gaming suite where two X-Boxes and extra-large monitors help you process, compete, and refresh. A little “fun” break to encourage the team.
Working closely with Blue Wave Communications cabling contractors, Midtown Video was able to deliver all systems on time and in budget.
About GE Digital:
GE Digital connects streams of machine data to powerful analytics and people, providing industrial companies with valuable insights to manage assets and operations more efficiently. World-class talent and software capabilities help drive digital industrial transformation for big gains in productivity, availability and longevity.
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