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Crestron transitions conference centre to digital

Duncan Proctor 13 March 2015
Crestron transitions conference centre to digital

Applied Global Technologies (AGT) has completed an AV upgrade for the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville, Georgia. AGT led the centre’s transition from analogue to digital systems in their collaborative environments by designing, installing and programming the latest Crestron solutions into the facility’s AV systems and infrastructure.

The Clarence Brown Conference Center wished to upgrade its AV infrastructure to digital, as well as add HDMI connectivity. AGT brought more consistency to the conference centre’s AV experience by advancing their systems with solutions from Crestron including DigitalMedia and AirMedia, as well as master touch panels with end user control. AGT upgraded the infrastructure in several interior spaces of the conference centre, including the Etowah Ballroom, Carter Hall, Stilesboro Hall and the Executive Boardroom.

“AGT is excited to add Clarence Brown Conference Center to our audio visual portfolio,” said Mark Cray, CEO of AGT. “We were able to enhance their audio visual environments with the latest technology, a goal we consistently strive to achieve for our customers. The Clarence Brown Conference Center fosters excellent collaboration facilities, and we look forward to helping them reach their audio visual goals in the future.”

“In the ever-changing world of technology, working with AGT was a sound decision,” commented Penny Davis, Clarence Brown Conference Center general manager. “We have ventured to offer the best AV collaboration to our clients. AGT’s knowledge of the Crestron systems, and their proximity to maintain our desire to accomplish this goal, made AGT a compelling choice for this transition.”

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