Integrator CTSI combines advanced LG digital signage displays with subscription services model that ensures the National Governors Association headquarters has up-to-date technologies.
A Broadcast Pix BPswitch GX11 system has been installed in the 150-year-old city hall building in Chicopee, MA, as part of a project to restore and rejuvenate the historic venue.
Planar has expanded its U.S. Government Division with the hiring of industry vets Sandra Kanardy and Kit Shugrue.
The Video Show has announced the lineup of speakers and programs for its two-day event, which takes place in Washington, D.C., Dec. 4–5, 2019.
The Minnesota House of Representatives has begun delivering a live stream of every meeting room to YouTube, relying on AJA’s HELO to stream meeting content to potential viewers 24/7.
PESA, designer and manufacturer of professional video distribution systems, has completed testing of its hybrid media distribution systems with the Joint Interoperability Test Command.
Christie has added to its lineup of LCD flat panel displays with the new Secure Series, designed for use where top security is paramount.
Melbourne City Council recently turned to Citadel Technology Solutions, Digital Place Solutions, and NanoLumens to reimagine a 19th century building for a 21st century audience.
The standalone appliance is ideal for a variety of streaming and recording applications in corporate, education, digital signage, military, government, control rooms, and more.
The combination of IoT, big data, and AI is making cities smart—how can AV integrators get in the game?
The City of Shavano Park, San Antonio, TX updated its city council chambers with TEKVOX's ViewVault recording technology.
Event organizers hired APG Rentals to install a temporary 5 x 12 tile 2.9 mm LED Hyper Pixel video wall.
The number of registered visitors by the end of the show had reached 80,923, an increase of 10.3 percent on the 2017 edition. Importantly, almost 20,000 visitors attended the last day of the show.
In the professional AV industry, from ISE to InfoComm, systems integrators get a lot of fanfare. Rightfully so.