Crestron chooses projectiondesign for new training centre10 January 2011
High-brightness F32 series DLP projectors from Norway’s projectiondesign can be found at the heart of a new training facility at the Cobham, UK offices of control and automation manufacturer Crestron.
“Education is a huge part of our market,” said Jamie Blakemore, UK sales manager at Crestron UK. “Our own business is no different and we’ve invested in the best communications technology throughout our new training and education offices. These are used throughout the year to train and educate our staff, partners, consultants, architects, technology suppliers and customers. We have about 1,000 people coming through our doors for training purposes alone annually. For the display of information, we’re using the 8,000 lumens high-brightness F32 series.”
“The projectors are certainly being put through their paces and able to handle any kind of input from computer sources to video,” he continued. “They produce breath-taking images and perform exceptionally well in the high-ambient light levels of our new training offices.”
Claimed to be the most configurable installation projector available in the market, the projectiondesign F32 projectors feature enhanced optics and colour processing. The single-chip DLP projector uses patented DuArch dual illumination architecture with ‘hot swappable’ lamp modules and the RealColor colour management suite.
“This is a fantastic demonstration of the way in which our display technology can be used in a corporate and educational audio-visual environment,” said Matthew Horwood, regional manager, UK and Ireland at projectiondesign . “Our product has answered the specific needs of Crestron and their partner base.”
projectiondesign’s projector range is certified with the Crestron Integration Partner programme.