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.
The following is a selection of some of the innovative new offerings that have helped propel the industry forward this past year.
Last week a panel discussion titled “The Future of the Workplace,” held at Sennheiser’s newly opened pop-up store in SoHo, covered trends in the connected environment.
In today’s distraction-filled digital world, bright pictures and colorful graphics aren’t enough to command attention.
We polled company representatives from the 2016 Consultant Guide about some of their favorite products of the previous year.
With the help of Ford AV, FlyingTee in Tulsa, OK created an experience that combines the detailed analytics of golf simulators with the satisfaction of hitting balls outdoors.
Retrofitting an old, formerly underused space at Thomas Jefferson University with a new AV system presented integrators Advanced AV with some challenges.
Integration firm Conference Technologies is a model of success in the world of business with double-digit growth year over year since 2011. What’s its secret?
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Approaching two decades of industry prominence, commercial integration firm Anderson Audio Visual recently earned an APEx certification from InfoComm International in May.
Unlike a bleary-eyed septuagenarian, the Almo Pro A/V is looking as sharp and nimble as ever, scouring the industry for ways to innovate like a bunch of fresh college grads launching a startup.
Christie’s director of solutions software, Gary Klassen, discusses his goals for the company, including building awareness for its content creation services.
One moment I was strolling around the Las Vegas Convention Center; a moment later, I was customizing the décor of a high-rise condo 10 stories above downtown Seattle.