Local, state and federal governments – along with the military – trust Communitronics, a certified GSA contractor, with their mission-critical A/V communications needs. Forever cost- and technology-conscious, our design engineers create integrated, modular designs that are easily upgraded as technology evolves.
Over the past 11 years, classrooms at St. Louis University have been getting smarter, thanks to technology brought to the campus by Communitronics. It’s all part of a campus-wide effort to standardize presentation platforms. It incorporates universal, touch screen remotes. Standardized port configurations. And high-resolution projection systems. “It’s a collaborative … Continue reading
Communitronics is proud to feature the new Mitsubishi WL2650, a state-of-the-art LCD projector, ideal for installations on a tight budget were image quality is a top priority. This native WXGA (1280×800) resolution projector allows full-screen computer display, and with 3500 ANSI lumens, it’s perfect for any size room. The lens … Continue reading
Washington University’s Danforth University Center was designed from the ground up to be a dynamic, one-of-a-kind venue for student activities and interaction. When they wanted video and audio to systems to help bring the center alive, they turned to Communitronics. The Danforth University Center has three floors and 116,000 square … Continue reading
Screens and projectors float down from the ceiling. Speakers hide under the table. Wires and equipment hide behind walls. With a push of a button, you effortlessly bring it all to life. Communicating with your key stakeholders has never been easier, thanks to the design engineers at Communitronics.
Striking, unusual systems are the specialty of Communitronics. This ingenuity is on full display in the 1st Brigade Commander’s Conference room at Ft. Leonard Wood in south central Missouri. The custom-engineered display system was designed to fit in an offset area of the room and features a “through the wall” … Continue reading
A triple projection system; 4 cameras that pan, tilt and zoom; 91 active microphones, all in a 110-seat, 4-level, U-shaped amphitheater. An unsurmountable integration challenge? Not for Communitronics. The multifaceted presentation system is part of the MANSCEN Digital Experimentation Center Maneuver Support Battle Lab at Ft. Leonard Wood, a U.S. … Continue reading