Health Sciences Association of British Columbia

Technology Upgrade



  • Interactive Displays, Video Walls, Projectors, & Monitors
    From projectors to multi-screen video walls and monitors, Houle can help you customize interactive displays for engaging presentations.
  • Lighting Controls
    Houle can help you regulate the level and quality of light in a given space through features such as daylight harvesting, occupancy and vacancy detection, shade control, scheduling, scene control energy monitoring, and remote access.
  • Motorized Shades
    Houle’s motorized shade solutions give you to control of all your motorized window treatments with the touch of a button from a remote or smart device, at work/home and remotely.
  • Touch Screen Control System
    Houle can help you take control of your room’s environment, including audio, video, media, climate, security, intercom, lights, and shades, through your iPhone, iPad, and/or Android devices.

Scope of Work

Completed: 2019

Owner: Health Sciences Association of British Columbia

Health Sciences Association of BC (HSA) represents more than 18,000 healthcare and social services professionals in hospitals, community health settings, child development centres, transition houses, and other community agencies across British Columbia.

Houle Audio Visual was asked to redesign and upgrade HSA’s audio visual and video conferencing rooms throughout the facility. Houle reduced potential equipment downtime by decentralizing components to mitigate any possible future failures. The touch panel interface, redesigned with fewer button presses, had the same look and feel in every room.

The project was deployed in 2 phases and included a divisible training room with multiple projectors, laptop inputs, microphones, and lighting and shade control. Houle also upgraded HSA’s video conferencing rooms with a Chromebox solution using Hi-Def cameras that interfaced with in-room microphones, multiple displays, and laptop connectivity. The customer was thrilled with the changes, the basic user interface, and the reliability of the new system.