AT&T Phone Center Stores (US)- 429 Interactive Video Systems installed throughout the country specifically designed to provide training for in-store personnel on AT&T products and services. After the staff members completed their individual training, they were tested on the same system.Their test scores were collected by the system and sent to a central location for evaluation and if successful received certification. Sperry/Unisys (US) - Complete training and on-line help system to provide for support for word processing systems using Level II Interactive Video programs. BankBoston (MA) Complete Financial Service Marketing System installed within select bank locations.
Computer Associates (NY)Design and integration of components, which formed an automated helpdesk system for CA mainframe users.This system incorporates Video playback, digital audio recording and retrieval as well as computer graphics overlay. Ortho Pharmaceutical (US)- Several trade show exhibits ranging from individual touch screen based Interactive Video Systems to a giant slot machine.The slot machine linked three videodisc players, audio system, special effects lighting all of which is controlled via a PC Based controller and custom software. Americas Cup Visitors Center (CA) Sponsored by AT&T, these systems provided visitors to the center with information about the race and its history.Video and audio clips were stored on videodiscs that were accessed by the visitors interactively.Custom-built digital audio listening stations were also incorporated into the design of the systems. Con Edison Visitors Center (NY)Video based exhibits relating to Con Edison services and offerings in the area of Energy Conservation. Jersey Central Power & Light (NJ)- Sony interactive video system allows users to explore the various services and programs available to JCP&L customers via a touch screen. Chase Manhattan Bank (NY- Metro)- Interactive Video training systems that provide employees throughout the greater New York area with updates to bank-wide policies and bank related training. Cablevision Training Systems (NY)- Sony Interactive Video systems used to provide training throughout the Cablevision network in the areas of service, sales, customer support and administration skills. Mercedes-Benz (US Auto Shows)- Unique Chroma-Key video systems that gave visitors with an experience of driving through Germany in a Mercedes Benz convertible.Consists of a variety of technologies and a mix of several manufactures products integrated into each complete system.The simulated trip was recorded in real time onto VHS cassettes. To date over 8,000 tapes have been made to date.Exhibit has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, FNN as well as local radio and television stations around the country. Mercedes-Benz- Traveling Multimedia Exhibits including interactive kiosks for selecting model, color and upholstery.Additionally VideoWall exhibits were supplied and programmed. Philadelphia Museum of Art - Award winning videodisc systems used to display "video art".Multiple videodisc players all controlled via microcontroller technology and EPROM programming. SONY NAB (Las Vegas)- Interactive touch screen systems built for Sony Broadcast, allows technicians to learn the proper method for electronically configuring and adjusting Sony broadcast cameras for use in production and live broadcasting. SouthWestern Bell - Multimedia systems installed in public areas and shopping malls designed to help customers to learn about and order features offered by South Western Bell.Based on a combination video overlay technology and touch screen monitors these systems were also linked directly to SWB mainframe systems, which processed the orders and schedule the installation of the services. Sikorsky Div. Untied Technologies (CT) Specially designed simulation systems incorporating both video and computer generated graphics used to train Military Personnel in the troubleshooting and repair of Electrical Problems found on Helicopters. Kaman Aerospace Interactive systems used to train flight mechanic in the principles and theory of rotator alignment in multi-blade helicopter transports. Living Seas (FL) - EPCOT Living Seas - 30 Videodisc VideoWall provided for United Technologies. New York Stock Exchange Exhibit(US) - Used to promote the NYSE offerings around the country.The system contains 15 interconnected Workstations, Video & Audio Sources, Computer controlled LED signs, Plasma display screens, live stock ticker.The system depicts the activity on the stock exchange floor and around the country on the other exchanges associated with ITS.
Digital Signage Systems
City of Philadelphia (Office of Emergency Management) Complete citywide information channel networked between City Hall, Fire and Safety Administration Headquarters and SEPTA.This network reaches over 350,000 residents via a series five of inter-linked cable TV systems.
Canon USA Headquarters- (Lake Success, NY) This system spans three buildings utilizing a mix of large screen CRT and Plasma monitors.The displays are located in the lobbies inform employees and welcome visitors to Canons headquarters and centrally controlled by the facilities department.
ADP (Headquarters, NJ Chicago Metro Area Green Bay Owings Mills, Md.) A wide variety of information including company news, employee notices, meetings and seminar schedules, daily menus, and other content are being updated and displayed continuously in various locations throughout the buildings. AC Nielsen Worldwide Headquarters Stamford, CT. Up to the minute employee and company information is being displayed on 3 floors occupied by AC Nielsen. A separate demonstration area houses Multimedia systems, which inform and entertain visitors to the site. Rutgers University School of Law(NJ) -Digital signage system that is used to display localized campus information to students, visitors and staff. In addition to displaying special announcements and promoting upcoming events, the system is linked to the schools computerized calendar program automatically updating schedule changes. Delta Airlines (JFK Airport) Complete in-house computer generated information network that provides Delta employees with news and information. Monitors are located throughout the behind-the-scenes employees work areas and break rooms. NYU Television Center (NY) Campus wide events and information are broadcast over an internal RF channel.The content is created and scheduled by TV center staff at a central location and then distributed for viewing by students in various campus locations. Lucent Technologies Headquarters - Murray Hill, NJ A complete turnkey system including software, computers and communications was installed to deliver information to both employees and visitors to the complex. Cable TV Local Access Channels- Over 30 Local Cities, Towns and School Districts (Hopewell, Trenton, Lenape, Montclair ) Provide the community with local information and news about their town, government and schools.A variety of material from various city departments, schools, police and fire agencies is displayed daily.School events as well as school closings and delayed openings are broadcasted during times of severe weather or other localized emergencies. Cable TV Company Multimedia Headend Over 3 Million Subscribers - CATV systems used at master control and the headends of various Cable TV companies.These systems are used for Cable Advertising, Community Bulletin Boards, and Supplemental Channel guides. PA, NJ, NY (Cable Companies Include: Cablevision, RCN, Adelphia Cable, Garden State Cable, Comcast, TCI, General Media, Time Warner, Lenfest)
SUNY Albany (NY) Campus information system that also doubles as a revenue stream.Local company sponsorships help support the funding of the channel.
Dunhill Staffing Video Messaging systems that supports advertising and marketing information to perspective clients.This system also provides Dunhill with the ability to make videotapes for outside sales agents and trade shows.
Community TV (Private and Retirement Villages) Several private communities have opted to insert their own information channel into the villages cable TV system.Residents are informed of important announcements and current events pertaining to their own local community. (Partial Clients include: Crestwood Manor, Leisure Village, Concordia, and HaraGate) Town Council Video Systems/PEG Channels Complete Cable TV PEG Channel broadcast systems including remote control cameras, audio and video recording and production equipment.These complete systems are used to provide both live and delayed broadcasting of town meetings and special events.