The Summer of 2013 has been a whirlwind of installation work for the GSC Team. New Audio Visual systems, most with comprehensive touch screen control have been installed at the University of Vermont, including historic Ira Allen Chapel, lecture spaces in Harris, Morrill, Rowell, Votey, Kalkin halls, meeting rooms in the Davis center and more.
Work also was completed at Mylan Pharmaceuticals in St. Albans and Seventh Generation world headquarters in Burlington.
Throughout the fall, more installations at Community College of Vermont (CCV) campuses, as well as a revised system for Holy Angels Church in St. Albans and several others will be completed.
"We have been fortunate to both have the work and to have been able to complete such a large amount in a short period of time," stated company president David Geer. "Our team put in a great deal of effort, along with extended hours to achieve the short window hoped for by our clients."
Systems installed included a wide variety of display technology, including high powered projectors, large flat panels and more. The most significant, perhaps, is the consistent adoption of full color touch panels on desks to make media switching simple, convenient and effortless.
"The touchscreen interface completely removes the mystery of operating a complex AV system," continues Geer. "We have had great success and rave reviews for this control interface, and we see even greater adoption moving forward."