Bayer India uses full-digital Networked AV to simplify collaboration infrastructure
For video collaboration infrastructure to become truly productive, it needs to become available not just to the senior management (though it provides considerable value there), but to the entire organisation.
When Bayer India was setting up its new corporate headquarters in Thane (near Mumbai), they had this goal on the top of their priorities.
The Actis team designed a 67-room Networked AV solution for their Thane office and Vapi factory that allows all AV signals to be distributed digitally over IP-based CAT5 infrastructure.
A special feature of this project was the creation of a dedicated Collaboration Level (one whole floor) with Meeting rooms, 10-seater Conference rooms, 14-seater U-shaped room, Training Rooms, Boardrooms, and a 15-seater O-shaped Conference room.