During the past 24 months, AV over IP has risen from relative obscurity to become the hot topic in the Pro AV world.
It’s refreshing when I hear positive attitudes about millennials (Gen Y) and the next generation (Gen Z) in the workforce.
Designing and installing audio visual systems is a lot like baking: if you are missing the recipe—industry standards and certifications—you will not achieve the best possible outcome.
The next generation will bring unprecedented openness of thought and fantastic ideas table—if the message from entrenched leadership incorporates their worldview.
Is 2017 the breakthrough year for artificial intelligence (AI)? If the activity level in the first six months of the year is any indicator, the response would be a resounding “yes.”
If you made a list of all the ideas you know would be good for your business, where would you start?
HDR is a very exciting development for the AV industry. But while the pictures speak for themselves, there is a lot of information in circulation that is both incomplete and confusing.
In the last year, it seems like the interfaces that have been getting the most attention are “conversational interfaces” that use voice recognition, text-to-speech, and AI engines.
In the realm of the traditional matrix switch, most of the value—where manufacturers spend their resources to differentiate—is centralized in the matrix switch itself.