Angelo State University Grows Using Hitachi’s OneVision Program for New and Old Classrooms - Tech Learning

Ninety years after its founding, Angelo State University is still experiencing a very high rate of growth, with over 10,000 enrolled students, a new engineering program and multiple new buildings around campus. During this time, the field service technicians team looks to the university’s membership in the Hitachi OneVision Program for support in buying, upgrading and maintaining projectors throughout campus.

Ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the nation’s “Best Colleges” every year since 2010, Angelo State is a Division II school offering more than 100 majors and concentrations within its six professional colleges. With a 19:1 student-to-staff ratio, the university prides itself on its academics and in providing learning environments that enhance the education process.

In its roughly 160 classrooms, Angelo State’s field service technicians oversee operations to laptops, desktops, lab machines and AV equipment. The team also provides job training and support to its 60 student workers who help with servicing, installing and trouble-shooting AV equipment.

Classrooms at Angelo State are typically set up with a Hitachi projector, Extron controls and a static PC for instructors to plug in their laptop or tablet. Depending on room size and light levels, classrooms are either equipped with a Hitachi CP-WX4022WN or CP-WX5505 Collegiate LCD projector.

Both models used at Angelo State come equipped with Hitachi’s Perfect Fit feature that enables users to adjust individual corners and sides independent of one another to fit the projection to the screen. The field service technicians use this feature to save time during installation in both new and existing classrooms around campus. With sometimes limited resources, the student workers are able to quickly learn the technology and make adjustments on their own.

As one of the members of the Hitachi OneVision Program, Angelo State has been able to implement a budget-friendly, four-year refresh cycle where it replaces the projector, computer and any out-of-date AV equipment in the classrooms.

The OneVision Program provides higher education facilities access to specialized pricing, enhanced service, direct access to Hitachi experts, extended five-year warranty on projectors, extended one-year warranty on lamps and buying rewards that include buy 10 projectors and get one free projector, or buy three projectors and get one free lamp.

For more information on Angelo State University, please visit angelo.edu

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