Display a range of sources in each waiting room
The private hospital needed a solution which would allow them to easily broadcast to their nine client waiting rooms cable television programs, DVDs, and hospital information stored on computers located in a central control room. Furthermore, the hospital computers have a VGA output, whilst the television programs and DVDs have an HDMI output. Although most of the televisions located in the waiting rooms are HDMI compatible, there are some older televisions that accept DVI signals.
Extend the content over three floors
The three hospital wards have nine client waiting rooms in total which are located across three floors and to bridge this distance the solution needed to extend up to 300 metres.
Control waiting room lights and TVs remotely
Additionally, the hospital was looking for a means to control the lights and televisions so that the hospital staff can easily turn them on and off at the start and end of each day.