As COVID-19 continues, maintaining a high-quality worship service experience for churchgoers has become a challenge for many places of worship. Without access to proper broadcasting equipment or in-person services, congregations were forced to go without.
Every aspect of the new $38.8 million Saginaw County Jail in Saginaw, Michigan was designed for inmate and officer security.
From the innovative and centrally located officer command center layout to fewer bars and more doors, Sheriff William Federspiel and his team succeeded in building a state-of-the-art adult detention center. No matter the obstacles or challenges presented by unique facilities with operational needs hindering cell signal availability, Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc., can design a solution to keep your team connected and effectively communicating.
Located in Indiana, Plainfield Community School Corporation was in the market for new school paging intercom systems for three of its elementary schools. The manufacturer of their current systems no longer existed and the district knew it was only a matter of time before the aged products needed an update. Staying proactive, John Crum, Director of Technology for Plainfield Community School Corporation, invited Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. and three other companies to propose new systems.
Floor to ceiling stained glass windows and beautiful hardwood surfaces add to the ambience of worship space but pose serious audio/visual challenges. Located in the center of downtown Greenfield with the original building established in 1895, Greenfield Christian Church is designed in a wide semicircle pattern that allows the congregation to be close to the altar. When Fairchild Communication Systems, Inc. sales engineer Matt Ranft saw the hanging central cluster of speakers hung nearly 25’ above the congregation he knew that his team could design a system to greatly increase the sound quality for worshippers. He also saw a video projector that was trying and mostly failing to blast through the brilliant light from the stained glass windows to project music lyrics and other images.
After years of building schools, Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation in Bartholomew County Indiana found themselves with many different manufacturers and types of school intercom systems. Schools rely on these systems to broadcast daily and emergency communications and sound the bells for the class schedules. Technology has brought many ways for school personnel to communicate (telephone, voice mail, email, mass notification applications) but the school intercom remains the quickest and most reliable method to communicate to an entire building of people at once.