TechPod sets to "Where the West Begins"
TechPod Interactive and TechPod Workstations installed at the renovated Congregation Ahavath Sholom, Fort Worth, Texas
As part of the Congregation halls renovation process, the Congregation staff was looking for an updated, easy to use Audio Visual solution. Choosing TechPod Lecterns was almost immediate.
At the prime Brachman Parlor TechPod Interactive Lectern was configured to control the hall lights, motorized projection screen and scissor-lift for the Sony projector. TechPod was equipped with casters to allow maneuverability within the hall and different setups. The Interactive Pen allows the presenter to annotate, mark or highlight directly on the TechPod screen without stepping away from the lectern.
TechPod Workstations were installed, among other rooms, at the Congregation newly opened computer lab. At the lab, students could learn how to use the internet, enjoy DVD movies or Satellite TV, create presentations and more, all through the use of the TechPod Workstation.
Recognized as Fort Worth's first Jewish congregation, Congregation Ahavath Sholom, meaning "Love of Peace", was organized in 1892. Today, Congregation Ahavath Sholom is the largest Conservative synagogue in all of Fort Worth and Tarrant County and takes great pride in providing a warm and nurturing environment where participation is welcomed and encouraged.
AV integrator: Gary Dilling, Universal Systems, Ft. Worth, TX – www.uni-sys.com