Suspended ceilings are drop-down ceilings that are attached to the initial ceiling by wires, they are made up of a metallic grid which is hung onto the original ceiling joints.
Suspended ceiling systems is used to cover up anything that's on the ceiling i.e. vents. They can also be used so you can insert ventilation or provide more acoustic protection to the room.
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You can also use special acoustic tiles which reduce the sound through absorbing it, these tiles can be quite useful in areas such as a studio or someplace where a lot of noise could be generated.
These tiles comprise sound insulation, therefore, producing your room a lot quieter. Another useful tile type is the heating ones, so you can get tiles that carry insulation which greatly aids the heat of the chamber, these are ideal especially if you've got a room that is always cold or gets drafts from elsewhere.
There are several different materials and designs which you could have implemented including distinct patterns, different insulation materials, and lighting can also be added into the tiles, so these tiles may offer mild as well as heat from an insulating material.
Suspended ceilings are improving with the days and keeping up with new technology, AMF has produced a system known as the AMF Beamex System.
The tile is remote control operated and pulls down automatically with a touch of a button. One of the best things is that you don't have to find storage for your projector as everything is hidden off into the ceiling void.