Nick-Fitzpatrick

Universal AV Services, has been awarded the prestigious Investors In People Accreditation after much work.


Investors in People, is the leading people management standard, which specialises in transforming businesses through people.

Salvation Army Durham

The residents of Durham are now able to view part of the historic medieval underground Castle North Gate thanks to the Audio Visual Solution provided by Universal AV.

The North Gate was the main entrance into the Castle and North Bailey, the name derived from it being the "outer bailey" of the Norman Mott and Bailey style castle nearby. Remains of the city's Castle walls, some dating back to the medieval period are found under existing streets and can also still be seen around the Peninsula in the grounds of the colleges of Durham University and the Cathedral. The Castle wall and North Gate once stood where the Salvation Army (SA) has a commercial property.

3 Peaks

A team of 12 from Universal AV Services, a Bradford company will scale the 3 peaks on October 20th, to raise money for its chosen charity Martin House.

Universal asked employees which charity should be supported and Martin House was chosen as it lies close to many employees' hearts, with friends and family being looked after and helped at the Hospice.

Martin House provides care and support, free of charge, to families in which there is a child or children with a short life expectancy. The Charity is self funded and plays a vital role in children's lives.

Rotherham Digital Signage

Rotherham Creative Media Services (CMS) has been nominated for a coveted "AV Digital Signage Installation of the Year" award, with the help of Universal AV Services.

Universal AV helped Rotherham deploy a Digital Signage system (branded QTV) across 25 doctor's surgeries throughout the Borough of Rotherham. Rotherham wanted the QTV project to help build an effective and sustainable Health Capital within the community.

Panasonic screen

Universal AV the number one supplier to the NEUPC (North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium) is working directly with Panasonic to demonstrate the latest in Interactive technology to NEUPC members and customers.

The new interactive display offers pixel-for-pixel accuracy, full white board and presentation capability, and is ideal for higher education and class room settings.

The PB1 Series features high speed and simultaneous multiple-input drawing capabilities via the new electronic pen system. This system detects and displays the pen position 60 times a second on each pixel. The systems allows up to 4 pens to be used at once for actions such as written annotation, drawing and moving items independently around the screen. Additionally, the system includes handwriting recognition software. As the technology is based on fixed location pixels, the device requires no calibration, which decreases total installation time as well as follow up maintenance.