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At Roche we are one-stop-shop for all of you audio visual requirements. Our highly qualified team of Prince2 Project Managers, in-house Programmers and Engineers are there to guide you through every step of the installation process. From initial conception and design, through to the installation phase, we will give you expert guidance in order for your vison to be fully realised. Over 40 years as an industry leader, has given us the expertise and experience to take on the most complex of requests, at Roche we treat every job with the same level of dedication and care, no matter how big are small.
Below is a selection of our most recent installations, displaying a range of projects, from large Universities to Primary schools. If you have any questions regarding any of the installations, or would like advice on a project you have in mind, contact us here or call 01422 310 193 and one of our team will be happy to talk you through any queries you have.
Bespoke Solution For Premier League Club: Huddersfield Town
Operating at the highest level in English football leaves little room for error, preparation off the pitch is vital when taking on the elite of the game. With this in mind, Huddersfield contacted us looking for a solution which would allow Head Coach David Wagner and his analytics team to study every piece of data and then feed this data back to the squad. Fast annotation and superior visual performance were a prerequisite, to give Town the edge when analysing their own performance and opposition tactics.
Director of Innovations, Craig Pickard, set about coming up with a solution that would meet all the demands of the club. A lectern featuring all the clubs branding, including the new logo, was designed by System Designer Dave Richardson. The lectern will act as a teaching point for David Wagner and his staff. Incorporating a 42″ iiyama touchscreen, which will allow the analysts to feed data from their laptop in real-time. Wagner will then be able to annotate on top of live images which will then be visualised for the players on a large vinyl display via two Epson UST projectors.
The iiyama Prolite 42″ inch display panel was chosen for its ease of use and wide range of features. Infrared 20 point touch, allows for smooth annotation and a Full HD AMVA3 commercial grade panel guarantees high brightness, exceptional colour and great viewing from all angles.
White Rose Academies Trust
169 SMART Boards Installed Across Three Academies
The Academy initially had an enquiry for a couple of Smart interactive screens. Roche carried out a successful install of the screens in the Leeds East academy. The install was well received by the Academies and the decided they would benefit from an extensive upgrade of the establishments interactive teaching facilities across all three buildings.
Smart Touchscreens where chosen as they offer a continuation of the current technology the Trust uses and therefore the teachers were familiar with how to operate them. The 6000 series, a winner a ‘Best of BETT 2017’ teaching and learning award, offers 8-point touch capabilities, 4k Ultra HD
resolution, and smart IQ which allows for a seamless more engaging teaching experience.
Smart training sessions where carried out in early September to ensure
teachers where competent in their use. Service and support is still ongoing from Roche and SMART
Hope Street Xchange
Project: Video Wall, Conference Rooms, Meeting Rooms, Boardroom & Room Scheduling
A building-wide Room Booking system has Crestron touch panels located outside every room. These panels not only indicate the room availability, but also allow users to control the meeting schedule and appointments directly from the panel itself. The Installation was completed in 2017 and we are already looking at ways to integrate additional AV and enhance the systems and solutions on offer.
Emerging Technologies Lab: University of Portsmouth
Towards the end of 2017 The University of Portsmouth went out to tender for the supply and installation of an audio-visual system designed to demonstrate emerging internet technologies. The University went out to the HEPCW framework to find a competitive supplier with the skills and abilities to deliver the project.
In December 2017 Roche Audio Visual were awarded the contract to supply and install the system with a February 2018 target date for the completion of the project. The system built around Crestron’s Digital Media product range was designed to be cutting edge with the ability to manage 4K resolutions throughout.
Each of the displays built-in smart capabilities where represented on the touch screen to allow the users of the room to fully explore the technologies within the displays.
The installation team worked with the client to ensure project objectives were met and the installation completed on schedule.
Oastler Building: University of Huddersfield
Project: Teaching Spaces, Lecture Theatres and Meeting Rooms
The four theatres are located on two separate floors and sit back to back with each other, divided by a retractable wall when open turns the theatres into a large event space.
Hitachi LPWU9750 projectors were used along with JBL 65 P/T speakers.
Lecterns were built offsite by our engineers, then delivered, installed and integrated with an Extron control system at the University. The Extron control system allows for all the audio visual capabilities in the room to be controlled via the lectern.
The installation was completed in 2017 before the building was officially opened by Prince Andrew.
Federation of Abbey Academy
21 Sahara M-touch screens installed across two Academy Sites
The Academy went out to tender on the CPC framework in January 2018, with the premise of updating their current classroom systems. After assessing the tender, Stafford Lund decided that the M-Touch was the best solution for the Academy and fit all the relative criteria.
A demonstration was organised, and carried out on the 30th of January by Area Manager Anthony Christie. The screen scored highest against other competitive manufactures based on specification, application and total cost of ownership of the project. Roche provided the screens with a five year on-site warranty, Oktopus annotation software and Hitachi 120w soundbars.
Install began in early February and was carried out by Roche’s own in-house engineers. The existing equipment was removed from the site free of charge and disposed of under WEEE. After the completion of the Install on the 2nd March, a follow up training session was organised to ensure the end users got the most out of their new technology. The session was carried out by Anthony Christie on the 13th of March, with on-going support still being provided.