Johns Hopkins: Applied Physics Laboratory

Laurel, MD
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Audiovisual Applications, Security and Surveillance

MCW provided Johns Hopkins with audiovisual system design, install and project management for the first floor renovation of their Applied Physics Laboratory. The system, executed within an expedited timeline, is now used by the University for demonstrations of applications around Android devices.

The concept of the design is user friendly, visible, audible and cost effective. The entire solution is based around a two-operator workstation that houses mini PCs with web cameras with built-in microphones for engagement in web conferencing. The video teleconferencing system was installed prior to the lab build-out, utilizing Pexip Infinity as the platform client. Additionally, MCW provided a primary video display system based on two 84” diagonal LED LCD monitors that feature interactive touch screens.

MCW is also currently responsible for the security analytics in the building, providing a surveillance solution to emulate a live video scenario from the field.