ZeeVee’s CEO Bob Michaels discusses the company’s initiatives as it makes a full commitment to the convergence of AV and IT.
As the New Year approaches, we tend to take the time to reflect on the past 12 months—what we accomplished, and what we hope to accomplish in the future.
Adaptive Technologies’ CEO Paul Allen talks about the way his interests in music launched his career, and shares his projections for the future of the industry.
For far too long, AV projects were too episodic, meaning that instead of becoming a global solution applied around the world, consultants were working on a project-by-project basis.
Digital signage kiosks are popping up everywhere: from retail stores to hotels to educational facilities. So how can you make kiosks work for you?
Stampede Presentation Products held its annual Vendor Summit on October 5 and 6, 2015 in Buffalo, NY, and without competition, there was one element on their agenda that stood out: drones.
Most of the 2000s saw an influx of sustainable architecture, with designers turning their focus on ways to create buildings with a smaller carbon footprint.
Following the attacks on the World Trade Center towers in New York City on September 11, 2001, Manhattan’s downtown Financial District was left in an utter ruin.
We asked top manufacturers to share with us some of the most innovative and monumental projects completed in the past year.
Video is increasingly becoming the cornerstone of today’s collaborative workplace, and it’s essential to be able to pinpoint and reference important information from meetings and collaborations.
The FCC has released two announcements—one about plans to allow wireless microphones to use new spectrum bands, and a second about unlicensed services within the 600 MHz band.
With 20 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Cope, now CEO of NanoLumens, doesn’t think based on restrictions.
Welch reports on four of the biggest music festivals of the summer — Ultra, Coachella, City of Lights, and Wild Life.
Wednesday morning’s ribbon cutting ceremony marked InfoComm’s official welcome of attendees to the technology trade show’s most successful iteration.
While IoE as a concept is not new, the personalization of its uses is what makes the newest IoE-based products so revolutionary.
Outside the Orange County Convention Center, welcoming the expected 35,000 attendees for InfoComm15, is a colorful one-word greeting that says it all — WOW.