Audiovisual (AV) Technology is vital for your company’s daily communication. From the heart of your technology hub to your conference room, your business deserves a clear and consistent audiovisual experience. Deciphering the mixture of control systems, audiovisual, routing, video teleconferencing, configuration and testing is a specialty service. We not only have amazing technicians, but also focus on post-installation customer service.
Aarons Business Group (ABG) AV are second to none. We are subject matter experts skilled in providing the advice, solutions and professional guidance our competitors can’t. Having an amazing audio system is great, but if it sounds horrible it’s a waste of money. ABG’s award winning Mix engineers will make sure your system sounds like you're in the studio!
As a multi-disciplined Electronic Systems Integrator, we offer a one stop solution for audio/video, telecommunications and integrated control systems for conference rooms, lecture (media) halls, multi-media rooms, theaters, and home entertainment systems.
We have been fortunate to do major projects with athletic facilities, houses of worship, higher education facilities, financial companies, and government institutions.
For more information about our audio visual design and installation services contact us!
Voice & Data Cabling
Aarons Business Group has built a reputation for delivering diverse technical solutions to Fortune 500 clients spanning industries from energy, manufacturing and chemical plants to financial, hospitality and education institutions.
Aarons Business Group delivers a range of exceptional quality and competitively priced telecommunications, structured cabling, and networking services. Our end-to-end capabilities allow us to handle everything from large-scale national roll-outs to routine moves, additions and changes.
Telephone systems have come a long way since the advent of the PBX. Although you may be currently using a PBX for your business, and it may be working just fine, the truth is you could be saving your company money and improving customer service by upgrading to a more efficient and integrated form of communication. IP Telephony has made significant improvements over yesterdays PBXs, allowing corporations to connect directly from one geographical location to another without going through a public switch, allowing free and quick access between different branches of your company and enhanced integration with business systems.
Structured cabling systems are the foundation of modern information networks and provide an exceptional return on investment. Designed cost effectively to accommodate frequent moves, adds, and changes, a structured cabling system can alleviate workflow disruptions and network downtime associated with enterprise restructuring. We will help you evaluate, design, and install the optimum integrated system for your company.
Standardized structured cabling system and consolidating cable-delivery methods for all the systems can reduce initial construction costs for the cabling infrastructure of a modern intelligent building by up to 30 percent.
Typical costs for building operation and alterations over a 40-year life cycle far exceed the initial construction costs. Proper systems-integration planning to optimize the construction process can reduce these ongoing life-cycle costs.
Uncovering the Hazards of Old Cables, Outdated or abandoned cables can contain highly flammable and toxic material. Each year, businesses across the nation spend millions in technology improvements that supercharge their productivity. Copper gives way to optical; USB to FireWire, POTS to ISDN. And with each new installation, more cables are encased in ceilings, floors and closets. Now, all of that unused cabling is the subject of increased scrutiny by fire protection professionals, property owners and local government and building authorities across the country.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has revised the National Electrical Code to address this issue. Now, unused cables that are notidentified for future use must be removed. Since many facilities have several generations of cables snaking through floors and ceilings, the task of distinguishing between functioning and abandoned cable can bemonumentally difficult.
Control and Distribution Systems
Controlling complex audiovisual systems is crucial to small and large-scale communication dynamics. Control System Technology, while not new, has evolved from its humble push button A/V switch days to innovative, robust, technological features that can control the world from a small conference room in any location across the hemisphere.
Distributed video is a system where all kinds of video (and audio) signals from A/V source components are routed to remote display locations. Flat panel displays, projectors, and projection systems are used for viewing the A/V sources at the head end. ABG installs switches and control systems that allow complete control of where and when audio and video is distributed. Distribution of a media library, CD collection, Internet radio, iPod, DVD collection to any room or display is easily controlled with a keypad, remote control, wall or tabletop display, iPhone or iPad and a variety of other ways.
While it is crucial to have a full understanding of how each piece of equipment works, it is not enough. A qualified provider must have the knowledge needed to work on control systems. The provider must not only understand the equipment but also understand the hardware and software flow (control flow). Most providers will attempt to send a trained technician to the site. Aarons Business Group doesn’t stop there.
Whether our clients’ needs are for a small classroom, medium corporate boardroom, large-scale lecture hall or giant auditorium, Aarons Business Group is positioned to address all of their control system needs.
Experienced with the latest technologies and industry standards, our field engineers are knowledgeable and equipped to handle any connectivity needs including: programmable control systems, computer-video interfaces, distribution amplifiers, signal processing equipment, streaming codecs, switches, and other audio devices.