Extron has announced the ShareLink Pro 1000, a Wireless and Wired Collaboration Gateway that enables effortless presentation of content.
The K-12 sector has long led the way in the development of the active learning spaces, but often they have lacked the support to run them. Now the AETM have launched a new mini-conference, to be held on the first day of Integrate, to educate the educators about AV.
5G is on its way, in one form or another. CEDIA Director of Technical Content and regular contributor to Connected Magazine, David Meyer explains the short and long term vision for mobile technology in Australia.
It seems like we’ve been talking about AV over IP for as long as internet protocols have existed but with new players entering the market, such as Extron, who soft launched their solution at Integrate last year, and customer expectations on the rise, the discussion over transmission of audio-visual data over a network continues to be the industry’s dominant trend.
avt announced it has signed its first global agreement with TechnologyOne, one Australia’s largest enterprise software as a service company, to scale its AV capabilities for its corporate offices and customer events.
CEDIA has released a new white paper focused on human-centric lighting. Quality of Light in the Home includes a deep dive into the effects of indoor lighting and color temperature and their considerations for designers and installers.
Mark your calendar! In the month of May, AVIXA and Integrate will tour the five major cities in Australia to bring together our AV community for a networking event that will include a preview of the upcoming show and key updates from the AVIXA team.
Ahead of the release of the Microsoft Surface 2, you can also look forward to trying out the widely anticipated Microsoft HoloLens 2 which allows you to interactive and ‘touch’ holograms with deeper, sharper immersive visual experiences.
Several electrical accessory manufacturers have begun entering the home automation market. Connected Magazine’s, Cameron Grimes takes a look at some of the solutions on offer and how they might affect the custom channel.
During surgery, operating room staff and systems must work together seamlessly to ensure optimal patient outcomes. But now they are turning to AV over IP to help operating rooms run more smoothly for better outcomes for all.