Watch the short case study video.
Link to the written version of the Ibec case study here.
Delivering best-in-class Audio Visual technology to JLL in Dublin
Ardagh Group operate 109 manufacturing facilities in 22 countries worldwide with approximately €7.7 billion global sales. The new state-of-the-art Dublin office had very specific audio visual requirements for a variety of office spaces. Digicom was entrusted to deliver the complete audio visual high-spec fit-out.
Eurofound, an EU research body, had a traditional desktop print function that was costing too much time and money. But since deploying a Digicom and Ricoh Managed Print Service, the organisation has transformed its print service. Costs have been cut by 30 percent and device numbers by over 80 percent, while efficiency, speed and quality have been improved. Staff productivity has increased and IT staff have realised a significant fall in support time and effort.
This fit-out on St. Stephens Green, is an example of where technology does not invade classical aesthetics, yet the technology works to specification and is fit for purpose.
Digicom recently completed the integration of Audio Visual Equipment at a client’s (Financial Firm) new office in Elm Park Business Park. This included the installation of Large Format LCD Displays, Video Conferencing, Digital Signage, Room Booking System.
Digicom recently completed and Audio Visual Fit Out for a Government Body client. It included installation of Projectors & Displays, Large Format LCD Displays, A Queuing System, Digital Signage, Video Conferencing.
A Dublin Law Firm is enjoying the benefits of the latest integrated ‘state of the art’ audio visual solution, at their office in Dublin 2. Their installation includes: Large Format LCD screens, Room Audio Conferencing Solutions, Recessed Projectors & Screens, Video Conferencing.
Brad Grimes chaired an interesting panel discussion with knowledge experts, from within the industry at this years ISE Trade Show in Amsterdam. The internet of things or the automation of internet things, will be the most influential change in our lives in the coming years. We will track the behaviour of users of Audio Visual and automate it. Smart technology will be the unique buying trigger to decide what technology will be procured by organisations.
The technology will always be evolving and adapt to people’s behaviour, in many cases, without them even noticing. Currently the industry is guilty of building silo’s. IoT will change this with presence and intelligence, that will end integrators building dumb rooms.
With the ongoing integration of IT and the presence of Cisco and Microsoft at this years event, the panel described how important it will be for integrators to build their eco systems around their platforms. They are the largest enterprise platforms in B2B offices now.
So, as a result the top 5 trends to watch for by the panel are:
- Intelligent Devices
- IP Version VII on the 5G Network.
- Remote engagement
- Software as a service, cloud based technology. Particularly in the video area. And oh, finally
- Watch your teenager. Their behaviour with technology is naturally collaborating and multi tasking. Observe it and see the future in the enterprise space.
So the future of Audio Visual is challenging, as we learn to stay expert in this exciting industry.