It begins with six, working conference rooms equipped with Smartboards, including one 71″ rear projection model. Each room handles audio and videoconferencing, and is complete with table microphones, front speaker and built-in tabletop connectivity for laptops, auxiliary video inputs and network connections.
In the wake of 9/11, McCann Systems helped create and equip the FDOC with the most advanced AV technology available to first responders. Today, the FDOC has an unprecedented range of capabilities to monitor communications and direct NYC’s fire and EMS activities 24/7.
A 6’ x 13’ video wall is the backbone of this New York based network operations command center. The 2 x 4 configuration of 50” Synelec LM 1000-50 cubes allows 8 discrete feeds to be displayed simultaneously across the wall, as well as using all 8 cubes as one large pixel space in critical presentations.
Command Centers and Network Operations Centers are one of the most demanding and critical areas of a corporation. They are the hub of a corporation’s network monitoring and distribution of information. They provide centralized command for a specific purpose. Command Centers are often thought of as the central nervous system of any corporate infrastructure, managing mission critical data that is vital to the company. These command centers must provide data 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This type of operation requires reliable, durable, and easily serviceable audiovisual equipment.
A new face for NASDAQ OMX
NASDAQ OMX turned to McCann Systems to upgrade the video wall and replace the existing analog equipment with a 100% digital system. Originally selected as consultants to study and prepare the performance RFP, McCann was ultimately chosen to execute the integration as well.