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Type: Standard

Topics: Standards

Date: December 2013


Audiovisual Systems Performance Verification

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This standard provides a framework and supporting processes for determining elements of an audiovisual system that need to be verified; the timing of that verification within the project delivery cycle; a process for determining verification metrics, and reporting procedures. The standard includes 160 reference verification items. Consultants, integrators, manufacturers, technology support staff, owners, third-party commissioning agents, and architects who have verification processes in place can integrate existing processes into the framework this standard provides, adding customized verification items to those already defined in the standard.

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December 2013


audio, audio performance, audio system, audio/video performance, audiovisual integration, audiovisual system, AV operations, AV system installation, AV system serviceability, cable labeling, cable management, cable termination, contrast ratio, control, control performance, documentation, electrical, evaluation, information technology (IT), measurement, metrics, network, PoE, procedures, verification, video, video performance, visual system, wireless microphone, wireless system operation

Task Group Members:

  • Matthew Silverman, CTS®, PMP, George Mason University (Moderator)
  • John Bailey, CTS-D, CTS-I, The Whitlock Group
  • Jason Brameld, PTS Consulting
  • Gregory Bronson, CTS-D, Cornell University Ithaca
  • Paul Depperschmidt, Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • Richard Derbyshire, CTS, SM&W
  • Dan Doolen, University of Illinois
  • Tristan Gfrerer, CTS, Google
  • Mike Izatt, CTS-D, Spectrum Engineers, Inc.
  • Tom Kopin, CTS, Kramer Electronics USA, Inc.
  • Richard Morrison, Prince2, CPENG, CTS, Norman Disney & Young
  • Mike Quinn, BEng, Ceng, MIET, CTS-D

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