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  • Space-Age Sound at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

    By SCN Staff Jul 31, 2014

    Space-Age Sound at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

    After the retirement of the space shuttle program, NASA awarded Space Shuttle Enterprise to Manhattan’s Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Leo Garrison, senior integration specialist at Metro Sound Pros, designed and installed a flexible sound reinforcement system for the museum’s purpose-built Space Shuttle Pavilion.

  • The Current State of Audiovisual Technology in Higher Education

    By Mike Brandes Jul 30, 2014

    The Current State of Audiovisual Technology in Higher Education

    Technology in education has a very high adoption rate. Audiovisual technologies, as well as other classroom enhancing technological initiatives, such as MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), are literally changing the landscape for professors and administrators at colleges and universities around the country.

  • When an Olympic-Bound Team Came to Train, This Facility Turned to Digital Signage

    By SCN Staff Jul 29, 2014

    When an Olympic-Bound Team Came to Train, This Facility Turned to Digital Signage

    When the U.S. Field Hockey Team says it wants to make your sports facility its training base, you listen—even if it means shortening your construction schedule by half on the unfinished complex. Meet the integrator that installed digital signage in record time.

  • How to Use Content Marketing to Fuel the AV Sales Funnel

    By Kelly Perkins Jul 23, 2014

    How to Use Content Marketing to Fuel the AV Sales Funnel

    As much as I hate the term “sales funnel," it is a useful idea to keep in mind when creating a website and developing the right content marketing to attract and retain customers. AMX's website above is a great example of leading the customer through the funnel with useful content.

  • How LISNR’s Audio-Beacon is Tapping the AV Industry to Market to Consumers

    By Amirah Mercer Jul 18, 2014

    How LISNR’s Audio-Beacon is Tapping the AV Industry to Market to Consumers

    Meet LISNR, a technology company that markets to consumers through inaudible “smart tones” encrypted in audio files. While the beacon market has been monopolized by the use of dedicated hardware devices emitting Bluetooth Low Energy signals, this startup has provided a way for audiovisual companies to join in the fun.

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