Crossover are delighted to announce that our project for Smart Mobility Living Lab London is a Project of the Year finalist in the control room category of Inavate's Inavation Awards 2021, a celebration of the leading achievements in the AV industry from across the globe.
The awards winners are set to be revealed at the ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) event held this June in Barcelona - one of four regional events taking place instead of the single, large international trade show that ISE is best known for.
AV projects from 29 countries are represented on the awards shortlist – announced here.
The pioneering SMLL AV project has been delivered in conjunction with Crossover’s good friends at Solo Works, who have built bespoke control room software to facilitate the monitoring and recording of a multitude of on-street cameras, test-bed and vehicle data servers, and live feeds, cleverly co-ordinated with GPS vehicle tracking.
Crossover and Solo Works have been instrumental in delivering a control room format that enables monitoring the 273 HD cameras on the 24 km of instrumented roads of the testbed. With their design experience they have come up with a future proof highly adaptable system that enables us to meet our customer’s requirements now and in the future.
Lucien Linders – General Manager Smart Mobility Living Lab London
To be successful in winning an award our project must edge out serious competition from industry-leading control room AV projects from around the world, that each push the boundaries of technological achievement whilst providing functional and sustainable solutions in complex control room environments. No matter the result, Crossover can be rightly proud to be recognised at this elite level of the AV industry.
Read the full case study here.