Advances in computer networking and bandwidth along with high-capacity, low-cost storage have made producing, downloading and sharing video easier than ever.
Crestron were given the challenge of providing a tailored technology solution for Conrad Gargett, an Australian multi-disciplinary design practice – where team collaboration was key.
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.
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.
Australian investment company Wingate continued to expand their business, with this came the opportunity to improve their office productivity and streamline communication within the company.
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.
ATEN Unizon provides AV/IT professionals the power to manage, monitor, and control ATEN Modular Matrix and Video Matrix solutions in real time.
AV resellers should be glad to hear that podcasting is a booming sector. With established broadcasters, mobile journalists and an increasing amount of everyday consumers looking for professional recording equipment, there’s never been a better time to make your voice heard.
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to live in one of Australia’s top AV homes? Well now you can catch a glimpse over the fence with the announcement of the 2019 CEDIA Asia Pacific Awards finalists projects completed by CEDIA members.
As the largest festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere, Vivid Sydney is expected to draw 2.2 million people through its exhibits this year, not including those who engage via digital platforms. So says Lucy Keeler, Vivid 2019’s light curator, who adds that developments in AV technology have driven the massive changes she’s seen over her ten years of festival involvement.