Council of Churches of the Ozarks

Pitt Technology Group (PTG) recently completed a major AV equipment upgrade for the Council of Churches of the Ozarks (CCO) at their new headquarters in Springfield, Missouri. Our state-of-the-art audio and video equipment, installed in the chapel, conference rooms, and business offices, significantly enhances the organization’s ability to conduct meetings, presentations, and worship services.

Working closely with the CCO team, we installed a variety of AV equipment, including a high-quality 6,200-lumen projector with laser technology, a ceiling-recessed electric screen, and local HDMI input wall plates for easy connectivity. We also installed an 80-watt amplifier, wall-mounted column speakers, and six in-ceiling speakers for clear and powerful audio throughout the building.

Our installation of digital signage displays, including a 75″ display and a wall-mounted 75″ display, provides the CCO with an easy and effective way to share news, announcements, and other information with its members and the public. Additionally, we installed three 55″ Samsung displays and a BrightSign® player to display important information and presentations during meetings and worship services.

At PTG, we understand that every organization has unique AV needs. That’s why we worked closely with the CCO to ensure that their specific needs were met. We installed a 30X optical zoom PTZ camera, a 10x optical Pan-Tilt-Zoom USB camera, and an AMX all-in-one soundbar to facilitate conferencing and other activities, ensuring crystal-clear audio and video. We also installed several microphones and a wireless microphone antenna, ensuring that every participant’s voice is heard clearly.

Our commitment to delivering high-quality AV solutions that transform the way our clients do business is reflected in our work with the CCO. Our attention to detail ensures that every project is tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients, and we take pride in the positive impact our AV solutions have on their operations.

The CCO is very pleased with the results of our installation, which has allowed the organization to better serve its members and the community. Our commitment to providing the best possible AV solutions to our clients is reflected in our long history of providing quality equipment and services. We strive to deliver tailored solutions that meet the unique needs of each of our clients, and our work with the CCO is a testament to our dedication and expertise.

Jeff City Emergency Operations Center

Jefferson City Emergency Operations Center

Pitt Technology Group was contacted by Jefferson City to design and install a full audio video system for their Emergency Operations Center. PTG designed a system that would allow the end user to display content on any display (projector or TV) as needed. AV wall plates were installed for users to plug in their devices at various points in the room and display their content to a selected display as needed. There are two laser projectors that display content onto two 159″ permanent screens hanging on the front wall, while six- 65” 4K TVs with tilting wall mounts were placed around the room, along with nine- 55″ TVs that were installed at the front of the room to be used as a video wall.

A Crestron control system was integrated to provide end users the ability to display from their personal devices to appointed displays.  Two- 20x optical zoom cameras were installed at the front and rear sections of the room.  To complete the system, we ran all the video through a streaming and recording device for online access and reviewing needs.

A local computer was located at the front of the room for the client to use during meetings and to run video as needed. Two- 10″ touch panels were installed at the podium and the entrance of the room to control all devices and change configurations to each display, video wall, cameras, and audio in the room.

A full audio system – that includes two- 2’x2′ ceiling microphones, was installed for audio needs.  Sixteen- 8″ in-ceiling speakers were mounted throughout the room to provide excellent audio coverage for all participants. A 2-channel 260-watt amplifier was installed in the AV rack to run the audio speakers within the room.  A 8×8 digital signal processor was used for controlling all audio in the room.  Finally, we added a 52-port POE+ switch, coupled with UPS and power conditioners, which provides power to all the needed devices.

Coca Cola conference room

Coca Cola – Modernizing Spaces

The Ozarks Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper Bottling Company contracted us to design and implement an Audio-Visual (AV) System for their new training room, located within their new warehouse being built at their Springfield HQ. This AV system consists of a laser projector, audio-conferencing room microphone, and a PTZ USB Video Conference Camera. The AV system is fully and easily controlled via a Crestron Touch Screen Control System. Presenters will have the choice of using a handheld mic or lavalier, as well as being able to seamlessly display their content using the Crestron Wireless Presentation Device. Sound is reproduced using multiple pendant speakers for a surround-sound experience. This system provides a great environment to best train the Coca-Cola team.