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Enterprise business needs are often multifaceted and the software outcome need to support many stakeholders. So "wide-angle" holistic analysis of all the stakeholder needs must be assimilated by our development team before any code or UX is drafted. By working closely with your business we can help design and implement standardised code which meets your buildings needs and developing buildings across an estate. By defining a set of standard equipment and available rooms types, Lucid can build a suite of interface modules and UI's which can service your entire estate. By leveraging enterprise level deployment tools such as our own Lucid Estate Manager, Crestron Fusion, or even Powershell, we are able to manage your entire AV code library from a simple room to a global corporate infrastructure. Source control management, QA and unit- and integration testing ensure that the release code reaching you is robust enough to meet the needs of a rapidly changing AV environment. Using our combined 100+ years of experience in AV we are constantly raising the bar in control and integration and challenging the bounds of what is expected and possible for a properly integrated AV system.



Communication in the learning environment has moved on quite significantly since the days of whiteboards and PowerPoint. It is now virtually a standard for any classroom or lecture theatre to incorporate diverse multimedia and rich-content sources, distributed and rendered with an array of high specification AV equipment, to give presenters' audiences the most immersive learning experience. Divisible teaching rooms, collaboration areas and huddle spaces can become more flexible and cost effective when deployed with adaptive and scalable control systems. Not only can this reduce capital costs; operational costs can also be streamlined by the leverage of centralised asset management and active monitoring.



One of the key components of a control system is audio. The design of good audio flow and equalisation through Digital Signal Processing is vital to producing crisp, clean, well balanced, intelligible sound in boardrooms, auditoria and many other spaces. The importance of clear speech being broadcast in a space, whether from a live presenter in the room or from a remote location via a VoIP call, is the cornerstone of any meeting: making sure you are heard and get your message across. Lucid Partnership has access to all popular DSP products such as Biamp Tesira, Polycom SoundStructure, QSC Q-Sys and Crestron Avia at our testing facility. This gives us the ability to build and test designs before they reach the real world, thus making on-site deployment quicker and less problematic. Our in-house audio specialists will ensure that whatever your requirements are, we will find the perfect solution to bring clarity of sound to your environment through good design and implementation.





Our extensive, wide-ranging experience comes from the diverse backgrounds and skillsets and the long service of our team. We've been around the block many times, spanned all the pitfalls and had to innovate along the way. We can use this experience to help you find what you need and show you how best to use it. ​We can train your technical staff on the know-how and how-to they need to give your business optimum support or enhance their existing knowledge to foster technical autonomy and independence. ​We'll work with you to develop the very best real-world solutions, enabling a complex suite of technology to be easily and intuitively controlled by non-technical people.


Asset Management

Lucid offers a comprehensive training and support program to help its users maximize their productivity and achieve their business objectives. The program is designed to help users develop the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively use Lucid and leverage its full capabilities. ​The Lucid training program includes a variety of options to cater to the diverse learning styles of its users. Users can attend live training sessions, which are conducted by Lucid's experienced instructors, or access on-demand video tutorials and webinars. The training sessions cover a range of topics, from basic functionalities and data visualization best practices to advanced analytics techniques and integrations with other data tools. Additionally, Lucid offers customized training sessions tailored to the specific needs and goals of individual users or teams. In addition to its training program, Lucid offers a robust support system to ensure that users can get assistance whenever they need it. Users can access a wealth of resources, including a knowledge base, community forum, and customer support team, to get answers to their questions and troubleshoot any issues. The customer support team is available 24/7 via phone, email, or chat, and is staffed by knowledgeable and friendly experts who are dedicated to helping users succeed. ​Overall, Lucid's training and support program is an invaluable resource for users looking to take their data analytics and visualization skills to the next level. With its comprehensive training options and responsive support system, Lucid ensures that users have the knowledge and resources they need to succeed and achieve their business objectives.

AV asset management software, like Crestron Fusion, is a powerful tool that enables organizations to easily manage and control their audio-visual (AV) assets. These assets can include projectors, sound systems, cameras, and other AV equipment used for presentations, conferences, and meetings. The software provides a centralized platform for monitoring and controlling these assets, ensuring that they are always available and functioning optimally. ​One of the key benefits of AV asset management software is its ability to automate and streamline routine tasks, such as scheduling and resource allocation. With Crestron Fusion, for example, users can quickly schedule a meeting or reserve a conference room equipped with the necessary AV equipment. The software also provides real-time monitoring and reporting on the status of AV equipment, allowing users to identify and resolve issues before they become problems. ​Another advantage of AV asset management software is its ability to integrate with other systems and technologies. For example, Crestron Fusion can integrate with building automation systems, enabling users to control lighting, temperature, and other environmental factors along with their AV equipment. This integration helps organizations to improve energy efficiency and reduce their carbon footprint. ​Overall, AV asset management software like Crestron Fusion provides organizations with a powerful tool for managing and controlling their AV assets. With its advanced features and capabilities, the software enables organizations to optimize their AV resources, improve efficiency, and enhance the overall user experience.



From casinos to teambuilding game zones, corporate hospitality to power stations... ​Whatever your next technology based project: if you need some bespoke software to make your vision come to life, or see a fit for one of our standard integration or management products, we welcome every opportunity to innovate - and we'll craft and tailor the perfect fit to suit your needs. Our team has the imagination, inspiration and insight to ensure your off-the-wall application works as if it were off-the-shelf. We'll deconstruct the problem and reconstruct a solution that is smooth, slick and without the naive rough edges that less critical or experienced teams could produce.



Everyone uses a GUI. (Graphical User Interface) They are on your mobile phone, your television; even buying a train ticket these days requires the use of a GUI. They come in all shapes and sizes, on all manner of devices. A great GUI makes a great first impression. Everyone can also remember being frustrated with a GUI - maybe it was slow, or it crashed, or maybe you just got confused and bought the wrong train ticket. That's a bad UX (User Experience) - and it leaves a lasting impression. It's possible to have a great GUI and a poor UX. Likewise it's possible to have an ugly GUI and a great UX. In a world where mobile phones are all converging on the same physical form factor, people are more sensitive to bad UI and UX than ever before. Not just 'power users', but regular users too. At Lucid we have a dedicated department for User Interfaces, and we understand that every system we produce needs both a great GUI, and a great UX - for all users. It should look great, and feel great.

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