There is no AV without IT, and there is no AV success without engineering it artfully within the built environment. We don’t just install and leave; we stick around and make sure your remote collaboration happens no matter what.
KDI is uniquely positioned to offer AV as a Service because we bring all the elements needed for successful outcomes. We can bridge the gaps between facilities and IT managers. We are constantly evaluating the newest technologies in both the AV and IT domains to bring together a smart approach to helping users
Our core values are what matters to our stakeholders. We measure our success by your KPIs and user requirements.
We don’t build a rack and say don’t touch it yourself. From its design to its support life cycle, we prefer to install systems that are manageable for end-users using data as our key principle. We have the experience to quickly make recommendations as well. Collectively, the principles of KDI have installed over 5000 AV or conference rooms in the last decade.
We document how to use the systems and all of our troubleshooting steps specifically for your installation and manage it in real time, giving you transparency into the technology solution and a way to measure the ROI.
All About AV
AV/IT integration success is defined by meeting use cases, solving problems in an efficient and scalable manner.
- Electricians/Low Voltage Contractors
- Real Estate/Facilities Managers
- IT Colleagues
- Remote Management
- Service Ticket Integrations
- Control Systems
Contactless Town Hall:
It’s Possible to Automate Voice Lift with Remote Participants
Major Biotech company that’s not slowing down due to the pandemic. They need to blend their remote workforce with their on-site teams. It makes sense for these Zoom meetings to take place in the largest spaces while planning for the eventual return of employees on-site.
Our client had a question. How can an organization conduct a contactless All Hands meeting both in-person and online? Normally, AV Integration companies follow the same script... Offer digitally-encrypted wireless handheld and lavalier microphones to presenters. But, the on-site support for these events is getting even more complicated and it seemed like with all the Beamforming ceiling options that this should be able to work.
Engineering open spaces to allow Beamforming microphone technology to be more precise expanding on its functionality to support voice lift. We solve a problem the industry recommends against because we can help design the space to make it easy for people to use the entire room.
KDI assembled a group of experts to help engineer the best possible solution to meet these needs.