tvONE, a leading designer and manufacturer of cutting-edge video, multimedia processing and racking and power solutions, launches a virtual demonstration and training setup to offer remote demos and training for the CORIOmaster family of video wall processors. This new training demo provides live, high-quality interactive demo sessions from the comfort of your home or office desk.
To facilitate the change, the Training Academy facility saw a large investment. This included complete reconfiguration, which moved away from a traditional classroom style setup to a virtual demo suite. This is coupled with a meeting room area which also doubles as a CORIOview multi-window processor demonstration suite.
“Our virtual experience is exactly like visiting our Training Academy sites and allows far more effective use of customers time and, of course, also reduces everybody’s green footprint by removing the need to travel” says Mark Trevena, Communications and Training Manager.
The core of the new facility is based around the CORIOmaster2 video processor although the project also includes working in partnership with several other manufacturers, including LG for narrow bezel 4K displays, a mobile BTech video wall mounting system, and a high quality, Huddly L1 camera which was supplied by Carilion Communications.
In addition to allowing for virtual sessions, the room can also be booked for socially distanced, face-to-face, or even, hybrid sessions. tvONE can offer a wide number of sessions from introduction demonstrations to in-depth training for system integrators and installers. The design of the facility allows the room to also double up for other purposes, such as the studio backdrop for webinars and for the YouTube training video series.
“It’s very important that we continue to innovate how we keep our partners and customers fully informed and trained with our latest technological advances including the entire CORIOmaster family and our signal processing and power distribution solutions. As a company, we have always been committed to education and sharing best practices in the AV industry, and I am very pleased that we are now able to do that online so professionally,” continues Mark.