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Control and automation and systems enable health care facilities to reduce energy and carbon usage, manage maintenance, improve operational efficiencies and meet regulatory standards. These benefits provide returns on investment over relatively short periods of time.
Consider these statistics:
- Automated A/V systems can offer organizations 82 percent uptime reliability, 18 percentage points better than traditional systems.
- Network-controlled A/V systems can offer organizations 97 percent uptime reliability, 33 percentage points better than traditional systems.
- As much as 50 percent of an organization’s lighting energy is wasted due to inefficient technologies and unnecessary “on” time of lighting products.
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Download this free guide on How to Choose a Short-throw or Ultra-short-throw Projector and learn what you need to know to make the best purchasing decision for your classrooms, meeting rooms, conference rooms, training rooms and huddle rooms. These fixed or portable projectors solve a host of problems by removing shadows and glare issues from the equation entirely because they can be mounted or placed very close to the screen. Learn key points to look for such as the right amount of lumens needed for your room based on the ambient light, how to determine throw distance from the projector to the screen, interactive pens and whiteboards, Internet connectivity and the specs. We provide a link to a great online throw distance calculator and room positioning simulator to help you choose the right projector model for your space.
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