Human Circuit Wins the 2012 Medical and Healthcare ProAV Award
GAITHERSBURG, Md., June 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Human Circuit announced today that it was awarded the 2012 ProAV Spotlight Award in the Medical/Healthcare category for their work on an innovative and revolutionary integration project for Baystate Medical, Hospital of the Future in Springfield, MA.
‘Recognizing the Industry’s Best Professional Audiovisual Installations,’ Sound & Video Contractor and InfoComm International partnered to recognize and present this award to Human Circuit during InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas. The mention and details of this project and will be featured in the July 2012 issue of Sound & Video Contractor, as well as at svconline.com.
Human Circuit has completed over 21 Medical Simulation Centers for teaching hospitals but this is the first time they’ve been able to step out of the simulation environment and into the operating room. Human Circuit’s engineering team worked closely with Drake Systems Group, Inc. on the Baystate project and their featured contribution was an HTML based control interface designed to run on any device with a web browser resulting in an innovative technology integration project for surgical suites that highlights a new workflow and control approach.
Mr. Hatcher, CTO for Human Circuit said, “We’re proud to have won this award and the recognition for our innovative approach to the cost and technical limitations imposed by purpose built touch panels. In effect, smart phones, tablets and integrated all-in-one PCs now become the control service. Our new ‘untethered’ workflow is an innovative and easy-to-use solution for system control, communication and video distribution in the Operating Room and this industry award confirms overall appreciation for this application.”
About Human Circuit
Human Circuit is a 46-year-old company of proven creative thinkers and engineers who are dedicated to providing vital media integration solutions to clients in need of advanced video, audio, data and control systems used in communications, training, broadcast, streaming, video on demand and presentation applications. With a video and IT-centric engineering core, Human Circuit designs and architects intuitive solutions that are aligned with a company’s business objectives, anticipated growth and end-user needs.
Our extensive portfolio includes work for federal and state government entities, broadcast and television production studios, command and control centers, training facilities, distance learning centers, corporations and professional organizations, institutions of higher learning, medical and healthcare facilities and entertainment and sports venues. Please visit www.humancircuit.com for more information.
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