FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TRAINING ROOM – WINNIPEG, MANITOBA
CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORY
TRAINING ROOM CUSTOMER SUCCESS STORY
Federal Government Office Space
Matrix has completed many projects in the government sector across Canada. This includes projects in the municipal, provincial, and federal levels of government. Matrix installed the following project for the Federal Government in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
This Federal Government office required audiovisual equipment for their training rooms to ensure they could provide enhanced training for their employees. Since the Federal Government affects all Canadians, it’s pertinent that they were provided with the best possible equipment to facilitate this training process. In particular, this office was in need of a solution that allows instructors to effortlessly operate and deliver presentation materials.
Matrix provided an integrated audiovisual solution for four different training rooms at this government facility. Each of the four rooms was supplied with the same equipment to ensure consistency across training.
The major components of each room include the following: a laser-light ceiling-mounted projector, a motorized projector screen, ceiling speakers, connectivity to the system for the instructor’s PC and guests’ laptops, a ceiling-mounted occupancy sensor, and a wall-mounted touch panel.
The ceiling-mounted projector and the motorized screen produce a large image to ensure everyone in the room—even those in the back—are able to engage effectively with the information being presented. For video presentations, we installed ceiling speakers evenly throughout the room, so all participants can hear important audio. Instructors and guests can easily connect to the presentation system either through the main PC or their own laptops. In addition, each room has a control panel near the instructor’s desk that offers an intuitive user interface for ease of use. This touch panel controls all audiovisual equipment in the room. Finally, to ensure the longevity of the equipment and reduce energy consumption, if the system has been left on inadvertently, the ceiling-mounted occupancy sensor will automatically shut the projector down and retract the screen once the room has been empty for 30 minutes.