2018 was an eventful year in the AV and collaboration industries. We saw a number of mergers and acquisitions, rebrands, new players and an avalanche of new products. So what does 2019 have in store for us? We may not have a crystal ball, but below are a handful of predictions for the AV industry in 2019.
As humans, we are inclined to be creative in nature and progressive in thought, and let’s be honest, we’ve done a pretty good job at it over the millennia. But voice technology is only just beginning to scratch the surface. So what can we expect the future to look like when it’s an everyday feature
Simplify the process of searching, selecting and securing meeting rooms with NFS Rendezvous Workspace scheduling software. Given the move towards agile working, the solution has been designed to select and book available hot desks with ease, from anywhere in the world using an intuitive mobile interface.
Sydneysiders may not know it, but a team of medical experts in the city is using AV to save lives halfway around the world. Now experts are turning to the latest in AV technology to make the next breakthrough in health and patient treatment, revolutionising medicine from the inside out.
Forget manually zooming, dark video conferences and cut off speakers, Logitech’s Rally Camera, proves that every meeting can be picture perfect. The RightSight™ camera control automatically moves and adjusts the lens to comfortably frame meeting participants in rooms of all shapes and sizes.
The globalisation of the audio visual sector has placed an ever-increasing demand on remote technologies, the implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) and the need for wider global connectivity.
Meetings can be the bane of the modern workplace. And now with an increasing need for video and webinar integration, it’s important that users have access to solutions that are easy use, buy and scale and there’s one product that has created enthusiastic advocates across the world – Zoom.
Collaboration, by definition, involves people or groups of people working together toward a shared goal. Today people are working in geographically dispersed locations, often separated from their co-workers, students, partners and customers.
Conferencing and collaboration platforms can create an open channel to users’ conferencing systems and users’ computers, often bypassing security within an organization. But are these cloud based services putting your business at risk? And how can you protect your company from unwanted malware in the age of cloud collaboration?
Nothing is safe from the digital revolution, even a good old fashioned brainstorm. ELB is helping you to move beyond the familiar process of collaborating with sticky notes and flip charts with new interactive technologies that allow you to engage with your audience in ways that are truly intuitive and collaborative.