VuWall2 Offered as a Free Software Download for Quick Creation of Temporary Emergency Video Wall Control Centers
Bannister Lake announced today that as a public service offering, it is making authoritative COVID-19 data available to its customers via its built-in Community data aggregation service.
Bannister Lake has entered into a partnership with Brooklyn-based data aggregator and distributor, Roadify Transit.
Esports are data-intensive and the ability to have more control over data, its management, and where it is ultimately distributed ushers in a new paradigm for engaging esports audiences.
Bannister Lake’s Chameleon data aggregation software drives scoring displays throughout the US Open to help keep tennis fans on top of all the action.
How are higher-ed tech managers navigating the challenge of facilitating collaboration while ensuring the privacy of student data in the face of myriad regulations like FERPA?
Qligent has updated its Vision Analytics solution with an improved open-platform that harnesses the power of data mining, machine learning, and predictive data analytics.
Bannister Lake partnered with Montreal's Boombox Group to provide live data management and populate graphics for the FIA-Certified Gran Turismo Championships 2019 Series.
Looking to get the maximum ROI on your next technology upgrade? Data collected from web-based management tools can make you an expert on the way your enterprise functions.
Big data is extremely valuable, but far from exciting. What are you doing to make your insights see action?
Disruptive transparency-driven ‘democratized data’ methodologies ushering in a world of direct marketing.
The potential for AI in commercial AV includes things we haven’t even dreamed of yet, in verticals across the industry.
The groundbreaking news at Masters 2018 was the official launch of Crestron’s XiO Cloud combined with the use of Microsoft Power BI to visualize collected data.
System monitoring, dashboard displays, and data reporting are established topics in the professional AV conversation, but there are new reasons to get excited about these developments.
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