Electronics Research Center in Seoul, South Korea

152 Rooms Receive Conferencing Upgrades

The Samsung Electronics Research Center, located in Seoul, Korea, was built with a mission in mind. Developed to discover, incubate, and enable future technology and business opportunities in Asia, the center boasts 98 huddle rooms, 44 mid-size meeting rooms, 2 telepresence rooms, and 8 special purpose rooms. That equates to 152 rooms, all in need of challenging and unique audiovisual requirements.  

Some Key Challenges

Besides the size of this project, there were additional challenges to overcome. The rooms needed implementation of advanced speaker tracking and a consistent control user interface that seamlessly operated on Samsung tablets. Additionally, the video conference reservation system needed to synchronize with the existing room scheduling system – all to be installed and functioning under a tight schedule.

A Visionary Integrator

Samsung enlisted the expertise of PSNI Global Alliance integrator Jushin AVT, also located in Seoul. Founded in 1998, Jushin AVT garnered an excellent reputation over the years for the integrator’s innovative and successful work, completing hundreds of extensive projects for enterprises, government, educational, and financial organizations.

Leveraging the accumulated years of experience and expertise, Jushin AVT outfitted every room with Samsung, Chief, Polycom, and Shure equipment. Ensuring smooth synchronization across the existing room scheduling and new video conference reservation systems, Jushin AVT completed all 152 rooms’ audiovisual requirements within the deadline. 

Now, the Samsung Electronics Research Center enjoys fully operational meeting rooms for productive meetings across the table or across the globe, allowing their experts to focus on what matters to them – pushing the boundaries of technology and business.

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