In the AV world, we’ve all seen a back-and-forth between the importance of the “A” (audio) versus the “V” (video) over the years. It’s easy to say that in “AV” both sides are equally important. And they are. But not only has the video side seen a greater surge of new technology in recent years—audio and video have always been, and will continue to be, very different animals.
Parks Associates/AVIXA Collaborative Webinar Says Video Doorbells and Voice-Controlled Lock Sales Grow, Despite Consumer Concerns
OK, we all know that teaching the teachers how to use classroom technologies is not the easiest task. Most are too busy, some are set in their ways, and some fear they’ll look stupid if the technology fails during a class. And if it doesn’t work the first time for those who do embrace change—you’ve lost them.
Floor-to-ceiling LED is a huge opportunity, but their operation requires thoughtful integration and the right partner.