One of the prime draws of InfoComm is the opportunity to see tomorrow’s technologies today. But how can you tell what’s worth diving into and what’s just a shiny distraction?
In preparation for InfoComm 2017, we’ve surveyed a range of exhibitors about the trends, technologies, and special events they have on their radar.
On May 2, InfoComm International hosted an event at the NCC, along with CED and Panasonic, to discuss the process of revamping the experience and to see the finished product firsthand.
Staying on top of security for a campus with a couple dozen buildings and cameras can be a busy job.
Last November, Legrand launched the Eliot program to harness what it predicts will be an $11 trillion opportunity over the next decade.
While the days of black boxes as the centerpiece of AV systems dwindle, transporting all manner of signals over networks is quickly becoming the norm.
After spending the past year establishing its expertise in IP-based signal distribution with the OmniStream platform, Atlona is taking the next big step: IP-based control.
Like most of us, Steve Alcorn got into AV by chance. Like perhaps few of us, however, he also became an engineer despite planning not to.