With Tri-Sys Designs acting as your Special Projects Manager you receive the experience of well over one hundred successful enterprises.
We will analyze your needs, work within your project budget, generate an inventory and offer CAD drawings for your acceptance. In the next phase we will set up work schedules and begin construction. Finally we will test and calibrate the new equipment in your facility. Also we will train your operators in the system configuration.


Tri-Sys Designs will use your existing equipment plus any new purchases and supply CAD drawings for your review. These drawings will include layout, system interconnects and cable run lists. Recommendations for any additional equipment that will add to ease of use and reliability will also be given.
Most drawings for small to medium systems are rendered in A size to allow faxing/e-mailing material between sites for approvals. This procedure reduces the time and cost involved in sending drawings back and forth for minor changes. Another benefit is that system drawings can be bound into an easy to use manual that can be stored with the equipment.
If required by system complexity D sized renderings are also available.

When the time comes to actually begin construction, extra trained minds and hands are needed. Time is of the essence to achieve a smooth transition and allow no disruptions of service. Tri-Sys Designs can supply installers and wiring specialists when needed. Every project is treated as if it were on display (and it usually is).
Having the project accomplished quickly, professionally and accurately will save time and money in the long run.


During the life of any complicated system such as a studio, post-production facility, satellite truck or production truck new components are added or updated. Technicians working in cramped quarters behind racks will cause extra stress on connectors over the years. Vibrations and temperature variations in over the road vehicles will reduce connector reliability.
At some point it will be worthwhile re-wiring a system to optimize the integration of any new equipment added over the years and avoid signal degradation due to stress on the connectors.