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Higher Education Case Study

Centralized Processing for Multiple Classrooms: Bentley University

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Q-SYS enhances the teaching and learning experience at Bentley University

  • Minimize Hardware: Q-SYS software-based architecture allowed Bentley to manage AV for multiple classrooms from a centralized Q-SYS processor.
  • Getting Right to the Lesson: Professors in each classroom utilize presets on a Q-SYS touch screen controller to quickly setup a classroom’s AV system to support remote learning when needed.
  • Staying Informed: With Q-SYS Reflect Enterprise Manager, staff can remotely manage and troubleshoot the Q-SYS systems across campus, including timely alerts that enable them to be proactive about potential issues.
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