With static signage becoming a thing of the past, the battle lines are being drawn on artificial intelligence’s role in digital signage. Luke Dodemaide writes.
The audio visual industry and those that work within it have often been typecast, but rising above expectations is very much a two-way street. Luke Dodemaide writes.
At Integrate 2019, big ideas took centre stage on the show floor, and behind closed doors. State-of-the-art digital signage was a showstopper, with this year’s offerings truly blurring the lines between virtual and reality. The digital world is now sharper than ever, all thanks to the AV industry.
Integrate 2019 has come to a close and will be remembered as a year of big product launches, an abundance of educational content and a record number of end user visitors.
After the first day of Integrate closed to the public last night, our exhibitors and partners made time to recognise outstanding achievements and took a breather before a big day two of the show, which was all about the girls…tech girls.
Integrate 2019 had a huge first day with sold out education sessions, a buzzing show floor, two Australia-first product launches and the attention of Australia’s finest technology media.
AVIXA™, the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, has announced the winners of its 2019 Oceania Awards. The recipients were honored on the first day of Integrate Expo in Melbourne during a well attended awards ceremony that also hosted the project-oriented AV Industry Awards (AVIA) by AV Magazine Asia-Pacific. The adjacent celebration was supported by Bose.
With the 2019 Integrate conference in Melbourne right around the corner, it’s time to start planning the three day event. With a lot to pack in, speeches to see, panels to watch and exhibitors to visit, it can be a little daunting scheduling it all. So, get organised and note down what you really don’t want to miss, when it’s on, and where you’ll find it.
Expanding the brand it joined last year to represent its business in the UK and Europe, Stampede, the global leader in value added ProAV distribution, has announced that the Exertis ProAV brand will replace Stampede throughout Asia and Australia.
Founder & CEO of the Tech Girls Movement, Dr. Jenine Beekhuyzen, speaks to AVIXA on the program’s mission to deliver access and opportunities afforded by technology programs and careers for young women across the globe. Dr. Beekhuyzen will be the keynote speaker at this year’s AVIXA Women’s Council Breakfast at the Integrate 2019 this 28 August.