Reflex bring AV designs to small spacesWorking practices are changing and there is a growth of 21st century collaborative workspaces but how can AV be used to support this movement?

We always start with the needs of the user but we find there are some common considerations that form the starting point of many specifications.

Often customers are looking for modular systems that can be added to as needs change or technologies develop. Whether you need solutions that are flexible in use, space saving in design or for a particular purpose, there are many options.

Key AV components and basic considerations when sourcing or creating your modular solution include:-

  • Display screen(s) – size and angle adjustment are important.  Touch options increase interactivity and dual systems are ideal for video conferencing.
  • Booking systems– solve the dilemma of looking for a meeting space and prevent double booking by connecting workers to meeting spaces.
  • Audio – if in an open can i buy valium in hong kong area the system may need to localise the sound to minimise wider disruption to the office. In an enclosed area, secure desktop mics may be the solution.
  • Connectivity – from cable management to wireless, and mains power to control systems. The needs are dependent on the devices deployed or brought in by users (Bring Your Own Device).
  • Auxiliary AV – The more complex the use, the more additional equipment could be needed, such as cameras or visualisers.
  • Accompanying furniture – Integrating the AV into furniture is a way of maximising the usability of small spaces.  Systems may include bespoke worktops and chairs – do these need to be height adjustable or mobile therefore wheeled and of a size to fit through doorways or in lifts?

The team at Reflex can help you work through the needs of your users and specify a solution that is right for you.