The Classroom Technology Services department within the Office of Information Technology has been featured in an AVIXA case study for their innovative use of data that has saved the university an estimated $77,000 annually.
The case study, UNLV Uses Data to Highlight the Value of a Well-managed AV Operation, explores how the department used data from monitoring tools to implement automated processes and increase the life of classroom technology equipment. In doing so, the system is ;estimated to save more than $8,000 in lamp and projector replacement costs each semester. Taking into account additional savings in electricity, reduced labor costs, and increased classroom uptime, the standardization and automation process could potentially save the university tens of thousands of dollars annually while providing better experiences for UNLV’s students and faculty.
AVIXA, formerly InfoComm International, is the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, an international trade association representing the audiovisual industry worldwide. Additional information is available at avixa.org.