The story

It all started with War Production Training. Back when school districts were tasked with aiding the war effort during the Second World War, Clover Park High School lent its shop to train mechanics. It’s since grown into a technical college with more than 6,500 students and now offers more than 40 programs in aerospace, advanced manufacturing, health sciences, human services, business, hospitality, science, technology, engineering, transportation, and trades.

This college found itself faced with a problem that can happen to even the best educational institutions. Outdated AV technology weakened the classroom experience with low-quality resolution projectors, speakers with low-quality sound, and a system that altogether proved difficult to use. To make matters worse, the college’s AV vendor had just gone out of business.

For classrooms in any education facility, AV is nothing to be taken lightly. Many students are visual learners, meaning their experience will be drastically improved if they have access to quality video. More complex systems also allow for students to interact with the technology in a variety of ways via tablets or other devices.