In 2011 we delivered our first independently won large tender project for Trinity College Dublin.
Still one of the jewels in our crown, this project was a ground -breaking integration of 13 Anatomical dissection workstations, each replicating an operating theatre, to get students trained in and used to an operating theatre environment.
The system is in daily use for a whopping 10 years of service and is still looking for its equal across Europe.
A truly forward thinking project conceived by the marvellous team at the Trinity College Anatomy department, with whom we have forged a close relationship over the years and delivering seminars, corporate demo days and working to improve teaching for students on an ongoing basis.
12 students and 1 Lecturer master Anatomy Workstations
Each featuring Surgical Lights, Camera and central axis surgical monitors and a wall monitor for groups to follow dissections and demonstrations from individual or the master workstation.
Extendable wall arm mounted Image capture PC to medical grade dicom standard, with PACS archive, CD writing robot and edit station. Video conferencing to external site and connection to adjacent lecture theatre.
Fully wireless control of audio and video routing for all workstations from Lecturer Ipad.
System build on 3GSDI Backbone with Blackmagic video router and Peavey Media Matrix Audio routing system and custom Crestron control.
- Date : 05-2011
- Client : Trinity College Dublin
- Category : New Built
- Online : tcd.ie