Connecting Government, Empowering Leaders
In the government sector, effective communication is crucial, whether it is between policymakers sharing ideas, or military leaders making mission-critical decisions. CTSI enables government leadership to stay informed and collaborate through cutting-edge audiovisual, networking, and videoconferencing solutions. For over 35 years, we’ve been working hand in hand with federal, state and local agencies to meet requirements and facilitate communication at all levels.
CTSI’s government solutions are available for purchase through our GSA Schedule or our Fairfax County Security and Paging/Sound contracts. This allows government clients to efficiently acquire our solutions while assuring the absolute top level of quality installation.
CTSI GSA Schedule # GS-03F-0093T
Our communications solutions have been successfully deployed in:
Pentagon/General Dynamics (Arlington, VA)
CTSI provided the custom audiovisual solution for a Department of Defense management briefing and decision support conferencing facility at the Pentagon. The on-going installations include audio, video, switching and control systems, large screen displays, videoconferencing lighting system, and room décor appointments including custom wainscoting, acoustical wall treatments and furnishings.
ANG Readiness Center, Joint Base Andrews, MD (Joint Base Andrews, MD)
CTSI designed and installed audiovisual briefing display and VTC systems for ANG, including projection screens, video projectors, flat panel displays, integrated low voltage control systems, high resolution AV switching and distribution systems, audio reinforcement and playback systems, secure and non-secure videoconferencing systems, and electronic messaging displays, for various operations centers, briefing centers and conference rooms throughout the Air National Guard Readiness Center.
Mark Center BRAC 133 Program (Alexandria, VA)
CTSI designed and installed audiovisual briefing display and VTC systems for the Mark Center, including projection screens, video projectors, flat panel displays, integrated low voltage control systems, fiber and high resolution AV switching and distribution systems, audio reinforcement and playback systems, secure/non secure videoconferencing systems, electronic messaging displays for various operations centers, briefing centers and conference rooms throughout the Mark Center.
Fairfax County Government (Fairfax, VA)
CTSI maintains the Security Equipment for the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center. In addition CTSI installs and maintains the video entry systems for all Fairfax County police stations.
Food & Drug Administration Central Shared Use (Silver Spring, MD)
The newly-completed Central Shared Use Building is designed to meet the need for additional meeting, research and training space on the FDA campus in Silver Spring, MD. CTSI installed full audiovisual systems for the CSU’s conference rooms, auditoriums, lecture halls, videoconferencing suites and training rooms, all fully controlled by sophisticated AMX programming. The incorporation of a central control room allows for video feeds to be distributed to overflow areas within the building.
Uniformed Services University Medical Simulation Center (Bethesda, MD)
The Uniformed Services University Medical Simulation Center is a branch of the military’s healthcare system and is the leading clinical skills training center for military medical doctors. CTSI was responsible for a timely and successfully transfer and redesign of the USUMSC’s audiovisual system. The new design included sophisticated AMX control systems for 16 touch panels, as well as room upgrades and planning for the next generation of the facility’s video systems.
USAF Dougherty Conference Center (Offutt AFB)
The conference center is a large high-level Air Force briefing room and stage with 90 separate simultaneously live desk microphones. CTSI designed a control system solution over individual push-to-talk microphones, which solved the facility’s feedback issues. A custom-designed Crestron control system monitors and controls real-time status of all the microphones.
American Civil War Museum – Tredegar (Richmond, VA)
CTSI delivered a technology refresh of an aging audiovisual infrastructure. On a time sensitive schedule over a dozen systems were upgraded to high definition displays are source players within a completely automated system. No employees need to interact with the displays on a daily basis as motion sensors start and stop presentations throughout the normally scheduled business day. Future needs are met with solid state museum grade players and HDMI cabling for the highest quality video at all of their multimedia presentations.
Case Study — AV Solution for the Civil War Museum – Tredegar