The USAFE 603rd Air and Space Operations Center (AOC) needed a mission-critical audiovisual control system capable of automating and integrating complex systems supporting the main Command & Control Center, conference rooms, and multi-purpose spaces for the European and African theater.
M.C. Dean selected AMX as the best platform to support the complex integrated audiovisual systems by providing an AOC-wide enterprise automation system for all audiovisual equipment and spaces. AMX supplied 25 Modero touch panels, 13 master controllers, and controlled a full building-wide fiber optic distribution system. The Operations floor boasted 130 individual user workstations and two 70” video walls, including 42 displays in total.
AMX provided M.C. Dean and the AOC a control platform, which allowed for multi-protocol interoperability between a wide array of industry standard control procedures for over 1,000 devices, operating at four different security classifications. The flexible AMX NetLinx coding system enabled M.C. Dean to deliver a robust, recoverable, and highly-available system.