Barry Sato

Engineer, Blueprint

Company Type

AV/IT Integration

Department

Design Engineering

Language

English

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Recent Comments

Apr 24, 2024

Start with A, know what you're getting into first, then start proposing, planning, designing, and coordinating.

Apr 15, 2024

As an integrator I'd establish initial contact with the stakeholders. If I'm a manufacturer trying to establish contact with an enterprise, I'd like to develop a relationship with the CTO and COO but would start with the IT manager and Purchasing manager.

Feb 08, 2024
Replying to Jim Griffith

It is B, but the architect and interior design team will likely choose glass walls, mesh chairs and reconfigurable granite tables. 

This is the real world answer. And the room shall be constructed with only perpendicular walls.

Jan 16, 2024

D. as well as check the circuit breaker

Jan 10, 2024

A. B shouldn't be necessary at any point for commercially available systems and if you need to do C and D daily, you have a problem with users accessing the audio system configuration settings.

Dec 13, 2023

I'd have the client reach out to the installing contractor to cover it's replacement including labor within the system warranty/service agreement how ever it was worded in the contract.  If it's been 90-365 days after closeout, reputable integrators handle product replacements under manufacturer's warranty on the client's behalf.

Nov 28, 2023

C. Adding A and B is helpful too though sometimes that info is assembled into a maintenance manual.