Medical sector projects has always been something that we have enjoyed getting stuck into, for their own unique challenges, and this one was no exception. One processor and AMX DGX technology run dual divisible teaching spaces, and busy clinical areas (including an ERCP space).
With a GUI based around a clinician who is likely to have other things on his mind during a procedure, the system nevertheless offers more than just routing images to screens – clinicians can call from ‘Room to Room’ and talk in full duplex with no echo, or one of a handful of centrally based video conference codecs can be assigned if the user wishes to call externally or share content. Additionally, Encoded Media HD Recorders can be accessed via the panel to allow the clinician to – in two button presses – immediately start recording his work for later download and playback.
A fully customisable quad image generator is available in the teaching spaces, allowing particular procedures to be broadcast to a watching audience from various angles and formats.
Finally, the AMX RMS Enterprise asset management system runs in the background, proactively advising system administrators on any element of the system which could need attention, before this becomes apparent to the users.