Guide illustrates how Extron technology can be used to create modern workspaces.
IES and AVIXA release standard for lighting small- to medium-sized videoconferencing rooms.
Extron teamed up with Zoom to extend Extron control capabilities to any Zoom Room.
Extron has introduced the TLS 525M 5-inch wall mount TouchLink Scheduling Panel.
New Futuresource study finds strong growth potential for audio in meeting rooms.
Extron has introduced the HD CTL 100, a low-cost workspace controller designed for automatic display control in small meeting rooms and huddle spaces.
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.
The business case for designing better collaboration spaces and systems begins not in the traditional AV gear world per se—with focus only on the specs of screens and video and audio tools. It begins, rather, with forces that are causing significant change in the AV world and beyond—all surrounding the huge increase in demand for interactivity and collaboration among end users.