Over the last 12 months, Gary Kayye has been either a keynote speaker or educational leader at over two dozen events around the world including the UB Tech Show (a higher-ed focused event), the E4 Experience, InfoComm, AVI Live, Epson’s Showcase, LG’s Tech Tour and ISE. Now Gary is heading back to Australia to deliver his most popular keynote, ever, as well as an all-new keynote. Hear why Gary thinks these sessions are not to be missed this Integrate.
Business managers are no longer fitting out work spaces and thinking of their technology later. The technology requirements of the digital age mean these spaces need careful planning and consideration of how they can maximise their audio-visual offering and provide the most beneficial user experience.
Two decades ago, the idea of smartphones and connected wearable devices was science fiction. So what will we see in the next 20 years as the gap between technology and humans shortens even further? Integrate speaker, Alex James from PHD Media Australia has explored this very topic, which could see us implanting computer chips into our brains by 2040.
ATEN Unizon provides AV/IT professionals the power to manage, monitor, and control ATEN Modular Matrix and Video Matrix solutions in real time.
Sunshine Coast University Hospital has been outfitted with a complete AMX by Harman networked AV control solution to support dynamic technology shifts in modern hospital care. The project was managed and delivered by Rutledge AV and CHW Consulting in conjunction with avt, the Harman distributor in Australia.
After 160 years, The Parliament of Victoria has been completed with the addition of a new annex providing much-needed offices (and AV) for 102 members of parliament and staff. Now you can get an inside look at this AV over IP design with bells on, with AV Asia Pacific’s Chris Hodler.
Extron has announced the ShareLink Pro 1000, a Wireless and Wired Collaboration Gateway that enables effortless presentation of content.
During surgery, operating room staff and systems must work together seamlessly to ensure optimal patient outcomes. But now they are turning to AV over IP to help operating rooms run more smoothly for better outcomes for all.
In a time when technology is advancing at an alarming rate and becoming more and more advanced, it may seem counter-intuitive to tell companies that they should hire less technically minded people, but that is exactly what rAVe’s Mark Coxon argues they should be doing in Part 2 of his investigation into AV’s future professionals.
Technology is an ever-changing environment, and the world of AV technology is no different. Change allows technology industries to thrive, but it’s a given that the people working in the industry see it for the opportunity it represents. The question is, are today’s techies equipped with the soft skills they need to communicate these opportunities of change to those outside the industry – and potentially key decision makers?