StriveAV is a well-known company in the AV industry and a trusted partner with over 50 years of expertise with projects in numerous industries, from government to marine.
Courts & Training Room Audio Visual Systems
Over 40 courtrooms and 50 training rooms in the United States government need an improved audiovisual system. This project’s buzzwords were monitoring, recording, absolute control, and intuitive designs, and these formed the foundation for a cutting-edge, fully integrated system.
StriveAV has combined all of these needs into a simple-to-use solution that is also more dependable and fulfils high quality standards.
4 AV and control solutions for luxury yachts
The training room AV integration provides stunning visual quality and a user-friendly design on board. With more and more control and AV integration being found on boats and superyachts, selecting a secure solution with simple centralised access is critical.
A wonderful lunch and a drink of wine are being enjoyed in the dining area. The room is illuminated up a little with low lights as the sun sets outside. The video on the televisions shifts from a bustling show to something a little more warm and inviting. The sunroof opens and the music begins to play over the speakers, providing a clear view of the black sky. Our clients aren’t required to consider how all of this is feasible since we have already done so.
Full control over your yachts or super yacht’s digital infrastructure is essential for giving your customers the premium experience they want: simple control, no loss of quality, and increased safety. Upgrades to the newest digital technologies are more vital than ever in the worldwide yachting sector, which is expected to reach $84.7 billion by 2027 and expand at a compound annual rate of 4.1 percent. StriveAV has a number of products that can provide exactly that for you and your clients.
Vivid and easy visuals operation on the water
On a boat, a platform like as the StriveAV VM3909H matrix switch can provide high-definition 4K video to nine distinct screens. You can link a four-screen visual on the wall, TVs in 3 rooms, one on the terrace, and one in the dining room with this device. To transmit your HDMI feeds to these various monitors, all you need is a Cat 5e/6/6a cable. Our VE816 receivers can even be powered by that single Cat 5e/6/6a cable, saving you time and space. Because these items are utilized together, both digital signage and entertainment are simple to set up and operate, ensuring a smooth ride for everyone.
StriveAV systems let you to handle the rooms on a boat freely in addition to providing outstanding networked visuals. The StriveAV Control System integrates many hardware devices in one space using the StriveAV Control Box (VK2100), the StriveAV Configurator (VK6000), and the StriveAV Control System App. You can control a full cabin with a single device. A simple click of a button on a smartphone or tablet may control the curtains, lighting, and air conditioning. The StriveAV Control System app is available for iOS, Android, and Windows devices and provides a variety of configuration choices. We also provide our own solution with the VK330, which has a 10.1″ touch panel preloaded with the StriveAV Control System App. The StriveAV Control System may be set up using display profiles, which give a customizable control GUI for controlling certain hardware components. Password authentication protects the usage of any profile, ensuring that you have constant access to the system.
StriveAV solutions for training rooms, courtrooms and yachts
StriveAV focuses on providing AV integrators, yacht owners and ETOs with a wide range of secure solutions to help them modernize their boat operations. Among them are:
- Range 4K signals of HDMI up to 100 meters with a single StriveAV 2L-2910 or Cat 5e/6/6a cable and scale films of various resolutions for optimal viewing.
- StriveAV Seamless Switch Technology combines video formats for continuous video streams, real-time switching, and robust signal transfers.
- Ethernet-based management systems that connect all hardware equipment in a room or bigger facility, allowing for centralized control from a mobile device.
Tech trends to optimize digital government services
Government institutions must be adaptive in order to survive in an ever-changing world. This is now a must in a world that is rapidly changing as a result of COVID-19.
Governments have long pushed for the use of technology in government. Technology for public monitoring, garbage tracking, and traffic control are examples of successful initiatives that improve many aspects of our everyday life. Tax and customs administrations are frequently pioneers in terms of citizen experience, having adopted systems such as digitising tax returns and allowing third-party platforms to be connected. Partnerships with technology suppliers have also helped to change these systems.
However, although it is apparent that government agencies must spend more wisely in technology in order to successfully serve citizens, it is also clear that many agencies are trailing behind in embracing technology that would alter their services. Here are three technological developments you may use to make a difference.
From Adaptive Security to Zero Trust: Protection against Cyber Threats
Government IT departments have long faced difficulties as a result of cyber-attacks. Governments not only keep significantly more sensitive data than the private sector, but they’re also more likely to deploy insecure technologies. As threat actors ramp up their cyberattacks and consumers want more accessible access to information and government services, government IT departments are constantly challenged.
As a result, to monitor and proactively enhance actions as cyber threats emerge, an adaptive security architecture that analyses behaviours and events is required (Gartner 1). Governments are also examining contingency strategies in partnership with private sector IT security specialists, in addition to allowing multi-factor authentication and improving system monitoring for early detection and alarms.
Despite the fact that the private sector in the United States is collaborating more closely with government IT departments to address the cybersecurity threats that businesses face, a Deloitte study found that more than half of private sector information security professionals have little faith in their state government’s cybersecurity practices.
Another recent trend is zero-trust cybersecurity, in which the problem is addressed with denial rather than trust. This, however, will necessitate a tremendous amount of work as well as a fundamental shift in the direction of automation and resource use. Governments will almost certainly require both network segregated workplace solutions and IT infrastructure management solutions that link proprietary operating systems to hardware-based remote access solutions, regardless of which method is selected. They may work together to mitigate cyber dangers while also advancing the government’s digital transformation.
Would you want to learn more about our yacht-specific hardware and software solutions? Make contact with a StriveAV representative.