TRANSFORMING AUTODESK'S SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE
Autodesk, a global leader in design, AutoCAD, and 3D imaging software, serves various industries including architecture, engineering, construction, design, manufacturing, and entertainment.
AVDG was engaged to handle the comprehensive audio-visual, conferencing, and technology integration for Autodesk's relocation to a new San Francisco office spanning four floors.
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOMS
AVDG equipped 12 expansive conference rooms with cutting-edge audio conferencing, video conferencing, and presentation solutions. These rooms featured wall-mounted Samsung displays (86" or 98"), Aver PTZ cameras, and ceiling-mounted Shure MXA910 microphones and speakers. Control was streamlined via iPads on conference tables.
VIDEO CONFERENCING SYSTEMS
Across 69 small and medium conference rooms, AVDG installed conferencing and A/V systems tailored to room size. These rooms included wall-mounted Samsung displays (55"-60" or dual 65"-70"), AVer and Logitech cameras, and Revolabs speakerphone systems. Control was facilitated through conference table iPads.
For public addresses, video broadcasts, and local presentations, the event space was outfitted with ceiling-mounted projectors, electric projector screens, and a 3x3 video wall. AV controls were managed via wall-mounted Crestron touch panels, while audio was optimized through wireless headsets, handheld microphones, speakers, and QSC DSP audio systems.
Game Room: Wall-mounted 75" Samsung display for entertainment and video.
Kitchen A/V: Wall-mounted 65" Samsung displays for cable TV in break areas.
Reception & Digital Community Boards: 65" wall-mounted displays in reception and five 43" digital community boards for digital signage or "Autodesk TV."
Classroom: Wall-mounted 65" display for educational content.
Sound Masking: Implemented Cambridge Sound sound-masking systems in open office areas and corridors, integrated with a Pandora for Business media player for music playback and announcements.