A Local Area Network (LAN) standard package of documentation enables schools to gain a thorough understanding of their infrastructure requirements for all future builds and upgrades. The documentation prescribes basic standards for various installation types from AV, IT and networked devices through to any new build or classroom upgrade. This means that when teachers and students move about between classrooms or lecture halls, they experience the same simple, user-friendly equipment all across campus - minimising loss of time due to technical difficulties and ensuring more uptake on AV provisions within lessons. Added benefits of standardised classrooms include the provisioning of consistent spares as well as excellent network performance and reliability.
Standard classroom fit outs and itemised product sets for IT/AV requirements
Full Specification documentation available to be issued to builder/consultancy or onsite contracting parties
Installation guidelines and specifications
Audio Visual has come a long way in educational institutes in a very short amount of time. Aside from Audio Visual integration in classrooms, AV touches many aspects of the educational experience. Think state-of-the-art school halls and theatres, sound-proofed AV rooms for music experimentation, digital scoreboards on sports fields and digital billboards on school grounds. How about screens and cameras in food tech and creative classrooms that allow every student a close-up look at the teacher's demonstration? The possibilities are ever-growing in this fast-paced industry, and for many schools these Audio Visual integrations are already a reality.
Performing arts spaces
Theatres and lecture halls
Digital scoreboards and sporting areas
Classroom projectors and integrated AV
Single screen or multi-screen displays
Is your school or education campus currently suffering from network outages, unstable wireless, or delayed and confusing IT provisioning? Does the thought of trying to implement a new connection have your IT department cringing? Many of these problems are due to Local Area Networks that have been set up incorrectly, or perhaps have outgrown their initial design. Syndeticom are experts in conducting remediation works in these exact situations and are able to identify all points of weakness withing cabling infrastructure. Fixing the problems can mean anything from upgrading fibre links around campus to upgrading power to all server cabinets to provide redundancy and increase uptime.
Identifying all points of weakness within cabling infrastructure
Upgrading fibre links around campus
Upgrading power to all server cabinets
View our in-depth case study of the Mount St Benedict College Hildegard Centre for Creative and Performing Arts, a state-of-the-art dedicated creative and performing arts building featuring 20 individual, specially-designed spaces for teachers and students.