Between the Nest Learning Thermostat and the Amazon Echo, the smart home is already upon us. Objects as diverse as forks and toothbrushes are already networked and communicating with our phones.
Australia’s $50 billion National Broadband Network is due for completion by 2020, but it may already be on the road to obsolescence.
Tabatha O’Connor joined the CEDIA team in 2002 and in January 2018, the CEDIA Board of Directors announced the promotion of Tabatha from acting to permanent CEDIA Global President and CEO.
From boardroom to war room, AV technology joins the fight against cancer at Sydney Adventist Hospital. redevelopment.
This year marks the 10 edition of Integrate. To celebrate we’ve launched ‘The Future Defined’ campaign that looks towards the next 10 years, as we work together to define what’s next for the AV industry. So how do you define the future?
Modern life is full of distractions. Our brains are wired to listen out for sounds to warn us of danger, communicate with others and soothe us through music, but with so much noise competing for our attention, it can be overwhelming. Now technology is looking to the sounds of nature to help us live, work and play more effectively.
Optimise the design dispersion and projection of sound in your project with the Pragmatic family of line array speaker systems.
An abundance of relevant technology means that an immersive audio design is realistically achievable for more installation applications than ever before. But what are ‘first principles’ for those integrators already working on such projects, and those who are looking to develop business in this area?
The integration of smart home technology is fast becoming the norm for households up and down the country.
Looking to improve the sound quality of your sonic environment? Yamaha’s MRX7-D uses acoustic echo cancellers to suppress unwanted feedback and annoying echoes, so that you and your customers can get down to business.