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Federal, state and local authorities are increasingly looking to audio and visual technology to assist with management and operations, as A/V systems can provide many solutions for government entities. Data Projections has assisted authorities with their communications and information gathering needs for decades, and can help entities of any size or function. These solutions extend beyond equipment as well, as we can transform entire rooms into control centers or communications hubs.

Some of the solutions we offer for government agencies include:

  • Command and control room systems. Command centers are designed to provide officials with a wealth of information at a glance, and usually include a bank of displays or a video wall, along with control system interfaces for easy information retrieval. Command centers often link multiple video feeds, including surveillance video feeds, and can be used to analyze media and data.
  • Teleconferencing systems. Even local officials frequently need to communicate with other officials or leaders at a distance. Audio and video teleconferencing systems make this possible, allowing officials to manage multiple meetings in a short period of time.
  • Improved audio and video quality during meetings. City council meetings, speeches and town halls can be delivered much more effectively with superior displays, microphones and speakers. Be heard and seen better with modern A/V equipment.
  • Military communications and training technology. The military has its own unique operational needs, and Data Projections can assist with them as well. We can facilitate remote and mobile communications for military personnel and bases, as well as integrate quality displays, projectors, and even interactive whiteboards to improve engagement during training.
This is by no means an exhaustive list of what Data Projections can do for government and military officials. We are prepared to create a custom solution for any agency and help improve its effectiveness.