Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturers in the AV industry have been finding new ways to use solutions in order to help those in the field. This has ranged from touchless controls to thermal scanning technology capable of reading temperatures from a distance. In March, Aurora Multimedia developed what the company says is "the first temperature sensing tablet in the U.S. market"—TAVIS (opens in new tab), the Thermal Audio Visual Integrated Solution—and have since expanded on this line with improvements and iterations.
On this Tech Talk, Tim Albright sits down with Aurora CEO Paul Harris to get a firsthand demonstration of its TAVIS Infared temperature checking tablet solution. They discuss the customization options with the ReAX control engine for customization between third parties, and look at the different applications for these solutions in government facilities, house of worship, schools, and more.
About Aurora Multimedia
Aurora’s history of innovation—from the intro of the first non-proprietary, web-standards-based IP control systems and touch panels (according to the company), to today’s HDBaseT and IPBaseT IP video distribution solutions—has made the company a dominant force in the AV industry. Advanced AV processors with scaling, multi-image rotation, and dual/quad display processing only add to its highly adaptive, diversified product line. Visit www.auroramm.com (opens in new tab) for more information.
This article is sponsored by Aurora Multimedia (opens in new tab).