BXB delivers sound and visuals to medical students
IRAN: Ranked as one of Iran’s leading medical schools, teaching more than 150 healthcare disciplines to more than 9,000 students, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences (SUMS) has recently been equipped with a BXB UFO-2000 Series conference system in its conference room. PTO installed the solution, which was to replace the old conferencing equipment, and includes a camera tracking system.
‘The university had an old conference system with several problems, such as poor sound quality and unstable connection during meetings,’ explained PTO’s project manager, Alireza Nourinejad. The BXB solution that PTO deployed comprised a UFO-2050 main control unit installed with the required software, one chairman unit and 56 daisy-chained delegate units.
Delegates also have a screen, meaning BXB’s camera tracking system was deployed to display the speaker at any given moment. The C-901 camera control unit automatically tracks the position of the microphone in use, while the HCK-700 manual camera can also be used to select what is displayed on the screens, overriding the automatic tracking.
‘We suggested HDC-711 full HD cameras with the UFO-2000 conference system,’ added Mr Nourinejad. ‘We installed the new system and now they are using it without any problem.’
Completing the solution and complementing the BXB equipment are two Sony EVI-D70 PTZ cameras, a Panasonic DMR, an Aten splitter switcher and a Montarbo sound system.