Collaboration is AV ‘s biggest buzzword. It’s been used to describe everything from wireless screen sharing to interactive flat panels to teleconferencing to cloud-based file sharing apps. But successful implementation isn’t always about technology, sometimes it can have some very human flaws rendering huddle spaces ghost towns
As we come to the end of the year we look back at what were the top articles, read by you in 2019. From advances in medical science, to AI and AV automation and a look inside Australia’s largest light festival; this year has proved that AV is increasing being weaved into all facets of our lives…
With the increasing confluence between marketing and IT, will we see a merging of these roles in the future and what does that mean for AV teams?
The increasingly tense intersection between technology and privacy in the workplace is an issue requiring ongoing monitoring by C.I.O.s and Boards of Directors. But as technology is used more widely in offices, what are the legal ramifications and what part will AV and AI play?
Biamp has announced that it has been awarded a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its Beamtracking™ technology used in its award-winning Parlé™ family of ceiling, tabletop, and pendant microphones.
Driven by technological innovation, LED Video Display products and Content Design are expected to enjoy strong demand over the next two years.
Extron has announced the introduction of its new TLP Pro 300M is a 3.5″ portrait wall mount TouchLink® Pro Touchpanel. It is designed to control video, audio, lighting, shades, HVAC, security, and other systems within virtually any environment.
By estimates, the market for audiovisual solutions and services in higher education is robust and growing — poised to expand faster than markets such as corporate AV, retail, and entertainment. It’s also one of the industry’s most proven segments. But doing business in higher education can be tricky, read how AVIXA’s Editor at Large, Brad Grimes, thinks industry can capitalise on it in 2020 and beyond.
Google have introduced new assistive features in G Suite to help businesses focus on what matters.
Balancing non-linear creativity with technology is essential in the next-generation of workplace design but requires a committed client brief to achieve the best outcomes.