Shading Control

We respond emotionally to daylight. Colors are vivid, surfaces reveal texture and an uplifting quality is associated to any room with an abundance of daylight.

Utilizing daylight saves energy by reducing the need for electric light sources.

Automated shades improve privacy and security either by allowing natural light in with semi-translucent shades or by using blackout shades to completely block views.

Imagine opening or closing an entire wall of window treatments at the touch of a button. Presets can ensure the perfect amount of light is allowed in throughout the day, creating spaces that are always at the appropriate temperature and are as bright as they are needed to be. These are provided either through a single touch or can be automated via daylight sensors.

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Sound Masking

Sound masking reduces noise distractions, improves productivity and protects speech privacy.

The modern workplace has a speech privacy problem. Speech privacy is the inability of an unintended listener to understand outside conversations. A worker with a lack of speech privacy will overhear lots of conversations they shouldn’t. The majority of office workers (60%) are unhappy with the lack of speech privacy and speech privacy is the number one driver of workplace dissatisfaction. Speech privacy effects the bottom line

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Meeting Room Scheduling

Corporations invest billions in conference room build-outs and the technology associated with them. Yet, with all the money spent, it is difficult, if not impossible, to see the complete picture on the RoI as it relates to the technology. Has productivity been improved? Are people using the rooms? Is the technology in the room being used? Are people attending in person? Are they actually “seated” in the room, attending via conference all or not present at all?

Captus Design Process puts tools in place to provide answers.

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Video Walls

Video walls have the power to captivate.  Video Walls can change the mood of a space simply by switching content or configuration.  Their versatility, for example, allows for displaying marketing content in various configurations and then switched to a single full display mode for an executive briefing. 

Video walls are widely used in applications from Command Centers to Reception Lobby’s to Boardrooms.  Video walls have become an important way to differentiate rooms and spaces by integrating technology into a static architectural element; The open wall or floor.

Mounting options, aspect ratio, resolution, serviceability, power and environment include some of the most important factors to consider when selecting the correct solution.

CAPTUS SYSTEMS’ experience spans the gamut. We have delivered video walls for Command Centers and other 24/7 applications supporting the industry’s highest reliability with up to 60,000 hour mean-time between failures. When something as important as the video wall is deployed in the organization you need the best team ensuring its operability, reliability and sustainability.  CAPTUS SYSTEMS is a leader in video wall technology.

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Cisco Collaboration Tools

Do you work the same way you did 10 years ago?

Think about how the way you work has evolved. Chances are it’s no longer 9 to 5. And it’s not all in one office. Work today requires collaboration and involves teams spread across time zones. Harvard Business Review surveyed business leaders worldwide about how collaboration is changing within their organizations.

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Captus Design Process (CDP)

The Captus Design Process “CDP” brings unparalleled results to your Audio Visual Technology project. Our non-ego, pragmatic, fact-based, data-driven, approaches drive measurable repeatable outcomes.

The CDP confronts an all too common problem – Expectations not met throughout the design and delivery process.

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